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  1. I gave up underwater still photography when my beloved Nikonos V leaked a decade or so ago. Since then, I focused solely on underwater video. ( You can see a sample of my video work at http://www.peterwalker.com/cenderawasih.html ) But, when I read about the RX100 and the Nauticam housing, it seemed like here might be a camera small enough without too much quality trade-off to take along on video trips. It needed to be small and light enough that I could pack it with the video camera and housing and it needed to use the my video Sola 4000 lights/arms instead of strobes. So I put together the combination of a Sony RX100 (set to RAW), Nauticam housing and Sola 4000 light with locline arm on a tray. Tried it earlier this month at Fish Rock at South West Rocks on the New South Wales north coast. Take a look at the results: http://www.peterwalker.com/swr.html All the shots were taken by the RX100, except the first one. IMHO, not bad. Regards Peter
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