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seafan

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About seafan

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    Arizona, USA

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    Canon G15
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    Inon S2000
  1. I was corresponding with Journey Bang back in December to get more info about the product since he's the president of Aquako. I was going to order it directly from him since there is no US distributor but he said they were sold out but was expecting a new shipment in around the middle of January. However he didin't mention anything to me about the changing the design of the lens. Shortly after emailing with him I was able to locate and order the IV. Will be heading to Utilla in March and can't wait to try it out!
  2. Has anyone compared the saga +15 with the aquako III..... Both are sort of comparable in price and I need to pick up another lens by march. Are there any dealers for the aquako in the US?
  3. It's been a few mints since the last post and am wondering if anyone has compared the aquako with the saga +15. I was going to buy the saga at DEMA but didnt get a chance to go back to their booth before leaving. The aquako III looks interesting so a, now trying to get more info about it. My next trip is in march so would like to get something by then. Like the nauticam lens but it is just too expensive for me right now.
  4. Let me know if you're willing to sell off the tray and handle
  5. I just ordered a nauticam housing for my G15 but am trying to decide if I should get their flip holder to use with my subsee diopters or have reefnet make me a new adapter for it instead. Price should be the same. I've heard that the nauticam holder screws into the 67mm thread on the port which would mean that I can only use my macro diopters with it. Is this how it works? Since the subsee adapter goes around the outside of the port I still have the ability to add or take off other 67mm wet lens as needed while leaving my macro in the flip out position.
  6. After giving it much thought, I decided to go with the Nauticam housing for my G15 since I can buy it here in the US.
  7. I use them all over the caribbean, and everywhere else I dive, without any problems.
  8. I know, it's been out for some time now but I'm only interested in aluminum housings.
  9. Great! Have you seen pics yet? Do you know if it will have a round port or square one?
  10. I'll have to check with Scott, they were supposed to give me a call if they heard anything. My preference is for nauticam simply because they do have US exposure. If you go on Patima's facebook page, they have a photo of the manual for it which shows a picture of the front of the housing... controls look very easy to access. Recsea sent me several photos and the manual back in early december... even before it was shipped to the stores here. Nice housing but they're the highest priced one out there and the only one that doesn't come with a glass lens in the port... not quite sure why they did that. I actually bought the oem housing from canon as I have a trip in march so am not in a rush and want to check out my options before clunking down that much $$.
  11. It's for a Canon G15. I know it's not a DSLR but figured I might get feedback from people with DSLR's that have used either of these housings. :-)
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