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  1. Selling my Aquatica Port Adaptor for Nauticam housings. Use any aquatica ports with your nauticam housings with this adaptor. Never used and in perfect condition, also includes front and rear covers. Brand new selling for US$240 or AUD$350. Looking to regain price paid for it but make a reasonable offer and it's yours : ) Based in Western Australia can ship anywhere at buyers expense. Shipping should be no more than $25. PM me or call Ed on +61 0481276316 and email info@migrationmedia.com.au. Thanks.
  2. Hey guys Can I seek some advice please..... I bought a ReefNet SubSee adaptor a little while ago and a SubSee +10 lens. I've only used it once so far on a couple of dives - but, before entering the water, I was struck by how insecure the connection was between the lens and the adaptor. As far as I could see, the lens is pushed on to the adaptor and a small grub screw "holds" it in place. I spent most of the dives making sure the lens was hanging in. Playing around with it out now, it seems pretty easy for the lens to come out - and disappear into the watery depths. I'm planning a SE Asia macro trip in the coming months and would prefer not to give the lens a one-way trip. Does anyone have any experience of the ReefNet adaptor and securing a SubSee lens in place? I wondered about putting a slice of inner tube around the lens which might provide a bit more grip. But this seems hardly ideal. Perhaps I could get a second tightening point/screw drilled for the adaptor? Ideas welcome! Thanks
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