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  1. I want to start this topic, just to create a place where users, who bought Aquapazza housing can share information, experience and tricks. The housings made by Acquapazza are not very popular, and there is only few informations according to that housings in UWP magazine for example, so if any user want to share additional info, then He/She is welcome to add any comment there. I have been using Acquapazza since many years, I started with Sony RX100, then Sony NEX5n and now I switched to Sony A7 so it looks like I am a bit addicted to that products I do not want to start discussions which housing is better, because this is always never-ending discussion. I prefer just to learn experience with this specific housings.
  2. I am considering to change my camera for FF so if there will be someone who want to buy complete system I have one for sale. Price is 3500 Euro I am located in Poland. If You are interested please sent me an e-mail tomek.plotek@gmail,com My pictures taken with this setup You can check there https://www.facebook.com/tomek.plotek https://500px.com/tomekfotek 2x Sony Nex 5n body with strobe 3 batteries 2 chargers Sony 16mm f2,8 Sony 20mm f2,8 Sony Fish EYE converter VCL-ECF1 Sony Wide Angle converter VCL-ECU1 Converters fits on both 16 and 20mm lenses, so there is 4 possibilities to play with focal lenght. Sony 16-50 mm Sony 50mm f1,8 Minolta macro 100mm f2,8 + Sony LE-EA1 Acquapazza housing, sealed with two o-rings, with visible usage signs means some small scratches. This housings is really nice for handling and very compact, nice for traveling. Dome port for 16 and 20 mm with or without converters, this is optical glass port made by Inon Flat port for 16-50mm Flat port for 30mm or 50mm (in this one I cutted the internal shade) Flat port for 100mm Focus gear for 16 Zoom gear for 16-10 Customized focus gear for 100mm M46 adapter Inon 330 close up lens to get super macro with 100mm lens Screen magnifier nice for macro shoots. The INON strobe is not for sale. There is just picture which shows the port for 100mm f2,8
  3. Hi everyone. I started my own strobe and arm system connecting to this 5n using a Meikon housing. It is a good housing if I am using it for shallow water sport but not for diving. I started looking for better housing system. Currently I have found Nauticam, 10bar, Aquatica, Recsea, Acquapazza and have been wondering which is the best. I also have a Nex6 camera and Nauticam is the only company providing a housing for this camera. Thanks
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