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Question: So I am SUPER anal-retentive, (as most of us are...), about the cleanliness and overall long-term happiness of my Aquatica 5D MKIII housing. I heard through the grapevine that you can use CAR WAX on the aluminum coating to help promote the longevity of your rig. SO, has anyone tried this, is this a good idea, and what type of wax to use? Also, can you use just any old silicone on the metal parts and pieces of your rig to help keep corrosion away? Any tips would be mucho helpful, thank you!!!!
I've decided to sell my trusty Seacam housing for the Canon 1Ds3/1D/1D3 cameras. Yes, all three cameras fit inside, making this a very flexible piece of gear. This has been my main breadwinner for a few years, has been 100% dependable. It has many years of great service remaining. It's simply time for me to move forward to a newer model. I've been shooting Seacam professionally for more than 10 years, and they are exceptional housings. Housing is in good shape cosmetically, and of course works brilliantly. Housing is being sold without ports or viewfinders. I also have a Canon 1Ds3 body, and a Canon 1D4 body, both in good condition. Neither housing, nor the camera bodies, have ever been flooded, dropped, etc. I will sell housing and body/bodies together, or just the housing on its own, or just camera body/bodies. Soon I will take pictures of the gear. PLEASE MAKE A REASONABLE OFFER! If I do not reply promptly to posts on this board, please call or email me directly. Thanks very much Brandon Cole tel: 509-535-3489 e: email@example.com