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  1. Hello, I am a diver with 3 years experience and 160 dives. I typically dive in the Coral Triangle, with Indonesia and the Solomons being my top dive destinations. I LOVE underwater still and video work. My current gear is a GoPro Hero 6 and Olympus TG4. I am looking to upgrade my gear and ideally I would like to have one set up for still and video. I know that having a large set up is not for me. After doing considerable research I am considering the Panasonic LX10 to replace the TG4 and Hero6. I am thinking about the Nauticam housing and then purchasing a macro and wide angle lens to mount to the housing. My question for you experts is whether the LX10 with the two additional lenses will give me that much better photos/video to justify the cost. I am also interested in any recommendations for strobes for the LX10 and whether it is advisable to purchase the vacuum systems (which almost cost as much as the camera!). I appreciate your thoughts, insights, and recommendations. Troy
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