I think my trusty Ultralight clamps (AC CSF model, those with 15 degrees side movement flexibility) now deserve to retire, as they've become a little tough to use, after about 300-400 photo dives, over... 7 years!
By "tough to use" i mean i need to screw harder to get the arms steady, and i am often not fully happy with the steadiness.
Looking at photo dealers not too far from home, i am given a number of choices as far as manufacturers are concerned:
-ULCS (the same AC CSF ones which i have)
-Nauticam (same manufacturer as my housing)
-I-Das clamps, offering apparently 60 degrees side movement flexibility
-a number of carbondive.com clamps, some with very peculiar shapes
Those are the 4 brands within easy reach for me which i have down-selected.
Could you share feedbacks on the easiness to use, quality, and durability of these clamps?