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brandonlangston

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  1. fantastic underwater housing for fuji x-t10 or x-t20. designed for those specific models, housing has dedicated buttons to access all camera features underwater. i used this with my x-t20 over the past year while diving in the pacific, no problems. just upgraded my camera so i'm letting this go to the next diver out there. if you're in the SE michigan are we can meet and you can try it out in person. $125
  2. upgraded to the x-t3, so i'm looking to pass my gear onto another fuji shooter. around 60 dives, works flawlessly, comes with all original accessories. only used the strobe one time, comes with original packaging. single and double arm tray with the package along with dive light. meikon x-t10/20 underwater housing st-100 underwater strobe with fiber optic cable fixed dive/video light plastic double arm tray with ball joints metal single arm tray with ball joint selling as a bundle. $350 can meet in lake tahoe area if you want to see/test out the gear. PayPal or cash in person only. share fees. i have pictures of everything, will email you or can text pictures.
  3. is it common for people to use the canon g7 w/o wet lenses? how's the picture quality just using the point and shoot? i use a fuji x-t3 on land, but without many options for housing, I started looking at compacts. by time I add in cost of camera, housing, macro and wide angle lenses, it's close enough to the nauticam price for my Fuji. i'd rather not have two distinctly different set ups for my travels, to shoot dry land and underwater. looking for advice from people who use the canon w/o wet lenses, or advice from others who faced similar dilemmas. thanks
  4. last year i dove with the x-t20 and loved it. I recently upgraded to the x-t3 but now i'm in a conundrum because the lack of options for housing. and since Fuji isn't a well used brand in diving, I'm concerned if I buy the nauticam housing, and upgrade my camera in the future I wont be able to sell the housing and buffer the cost of new gear for that model.
  5. i'm brandon, started diving last year. ive been taking pictures as a hobby for about 20 years. since ive merged the two hobbies ive been hooked!
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