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  1. I just returned from Houston Camera Exchange where I met with the local Nikon Rep. I'm very interested in the new Nikon Keymission 360 for use in diving. The Rep was not well informed on the diving application so I was left to my own devices....and WetPixel.com So...this gizmo is waterproof to 100 ft and will do 360 photos and videos. One can do Bluetooth transmissions to ones phone or iPad and look at the images with a Nikon software viewer. The quality looks to be GREAT but I wonder what water will to the air-designed lens. Additionally, is there any NEED for a 360 image? http://www.nikonusa.com/en/nikon-products/action-cameras/action-accessories.page#watersport I'm really eager to hear other members thoughts on this system. I currently shoot a Nikon J-4 in the Nikon housing with the Nikon and Sea and Sea strobes. It looks 85% as good as a DSLR. Thanks to all in advance!
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