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AzurDiving

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About AzurDiving

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  1. I am getting ready to move, and I have a ton of things that have to go. My closet is full of random things that I just haven't had the time to get rid of. Take a look at the list and hit me up with an offer if any of it tickles your fancy. I prefer to sell to folks in Europe, but will entertain offers from all over the world! Panasonic Lumix 8mm Fisheye lens - M4/3 lens Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 10-24 mm 3.5-4.5 G ED AOI DLP-01 Underwater Glass Dome Port for Olympus OM-D Housings Kenko teleconverter 1.4x Teleplus MC4 DGX Nikon Saga macro port - Nauticam mount for Nikon 105mm f 2.8 G Olympus Zuiko Digital 60mm 1:2.8 ED Macro Panasonic Lumix G Vario 7-14mm f/4 ASPH - specially modified to take rear gel filters like on the Panny 8mm fisheye - Tutorial here: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/51390321 Seafrogs Panasonic Lumix GH5 & GH5S 40m Underwater Housing (camera and lens not included) - Note: package includes flat macro and dome wide angle port - the wideangle port has a scratch on it that is visible sometimes in high contrast situations. NAUTICAM N1024-Z ZOOM GEAR FOR NIKKOR AF-S DX 10-24MM Olympus Port Adapter PAD-EP08
  2. For me it is really worth it for several reasons: 1. Bouyancy. I prefer the weight of glass. It makes it easier to make my rig stable. 2. Reflections - I rarely have problems with good coated glass, I have had lots with acrylic 3. Durability - Acrylic will scratch with the slightest contact - glass is much more durable. Yes, you can repair acrylic but often at the expense of your optics, and it takes a looong time to repair. 4. Water shedding - For over-unders glass sheds water way better than acrylic I have had a lot of acrylic and glass over the years, and I believe it is worth the investment to just get a good glass dome. It is an investment that, if you take care of it, will last a long time.
  3. Just followed you! Nice work. Check my work out at https://www.instagram.com/azurdiving/
  4. Hello all, Longtime lurker, first time subscriber. I am an underwater photographer and beginner videographer specializing in freediving photography. I live in Nice, France, and am in the water as much as I can be! Glad to finally be a part of the community!
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