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    South Africa
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon 70D
  • Camera Housing
    Ikelite, Sea&Sea
  1. No joke, believe me on my Sea&Sea housing it worked. Had the oily film on the housing for about 5-6 days until I did the coke thing. It also cleaned the class on my macro port.
  2. I once jumped off a boat through a thin oil slick and when I surfaced I went through the same oil again. Afterwards my housing and port were covered in an un-removable foggy film. Tried all kind of soapy liquids until someone suggested to submerge the whole thing in coca cola. 24 hours in 3 litters of coca cola and my housing is back to how it was before (even the glass). Needless to say, I stopped drinking cola...
  3. Maybe this is a solution for your weak handles. It could make the whole setup a lot more stable.
  4. Need some advise. I have a Sigma 10-20 f3.5 ex DC HSM for Canon and I am looking for a zoom gear to fit in a Sea&Sea MDX 70D housing. The S&S Zoom Gear (#31142) is described to be used for the f/4-5.6 version of the Sigma 10-20 lens. Does anybody know which zoom gear I should get for my Sigma 10-20 f3.5 ??? Thanks guys.
  5. Hi everyone, I am Jerrel. I photograph with a Canon S120 in an Ikelite housing and 2 S&S YS-D1 strobes. I have made some amazing photos with this setup but feel I have now reached the limit of what I can do with it. My next step: My DSLR with Tokina 10-17mm, Sigma 10-20 and Canon 60mm is finally going under water!!!
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