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humbertoramirez

Member Since 12 May 2012
Offline Last Active Jun 16 2012 05:08 PM
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In Topic: Housing the D7000 users responses

22 May 2012 - 04:19 PM

I've been using the Sea & Sea housing for the last year. I have one of the early production versions without a couple controls for shutter mode and flash compensation but I have not really missed them. I'm pretty happy with the housing and my only real criticism would be the spacing of the buttons for the paddle control as they are very close together and can't be reached from the handles. 1 year and about 70 dives with now problems. I would not hesitate to buy this housing again. I don't have any comparisons with the Nauticam or Aquatica housing but they look quite nice as well.

Brian


Brian, thank you for your answer, I will take that into consideration.

In Topic: Help identifying flounder from Venezuela

22 May 2012 - 01:33 PM

I am not sure what kind of flounder it is. But I can see this was shot on film. Was it a nikonos?


Yes it was shot on film, but with a Nikon F-100 in a Sea&Sea Housing.

Greetings.

In Topic: Housing the D7000 users responses

12 May 2012 - 04:25 PM

What about the Sea&Sea MDX-D7000, has anyone tried it?

I have been using a Sea&Sea NX-100 pro housing for the Nikon F-100 (film) for over 11 years, with more than 600 dives, it still works perfectly even with the original o-rings on it.
Now I'm planing on switching to digital photography and I'm very confused because many photographers are now using Nauticam Housings. What do you think?

Thank you.

Humberto Ramirez.

No problem, I'm glad you are happy with your choice.