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  1. Hi, wondering if anyone else has had these problems with a Canon G15 and Ikelite housing......and if they managed to fix them... - The function knob on the top of the housing will not grip the function wheel on the camera so I cannot switch modes whilst the camera is in the housing - The knob on the back right hand side of the housing will not grip the wheel on the rear right hand side of the camera Any tips on how to fix these would be appreciated as even to send the housing back to Idaho is going to cost me over $250. That's without the service charge.
  2. Hey all, I just picked up a pair of Intova Galaxy's and upon charging and lighting them up to do a full battery drain test I noticed that while on the high setting the lights will occasionally (maybe once every minute or two) drop in intensity for about 30 seconds and then power back up to full. At first I thought it was just one light, but after troubleshooting more I've seen both do it a number of times. Has anyone else experienced this? Is it something that is solved when the lights are submerged vs. above water? Is it just the lights trying to keep from overheating? Any thoughts or previous experiences with this would be tremendously helpful. Cheers, Dave
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