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For Sale - Aquatica AquaView viewfinder. 180-degree (straight). Used only by me on about 200 dives. Excellent condition (no glass scratches - only very minor exterior cosmetic blemishes) and includes all parts (neoprene bag, cap for internal/smaller end, diopter adjustment tool, instruction manual, and original box). Its super-easy & quick to remove your standard eyepiece and replace it with this one. Same advice I give eyeryone who has purchased one from me in the past - on the first 1 or 2 dives with this thing, it will be a bit challenging - but after that, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it before! It really makes a HUGE difference, and I consider it essential equipment (even with my good eyes! - can't imagine how much it must help people with poor vision!). New MSRP is $1333, so lets do this for $800 (no haggling). Shipping within the 48-states included - outside the 48 states, call for a shipping quote. This will fit on any Aquatica housing starting with the D2x generation back in about 2003. See http://aquatica.ca/en/products_aquaview.htmlfor manufacturer's details Chat here, or email Gug@GugUnderwater.com or call 954-579-8096 with any questions. -Chris Gug
Hi Folks I have an Aquatica Housing and I had the eyepiece out from it, my kid dismanteled it, and now I do not know exactly how to mount it again. I have asked help to Aquatica, but I did not get an answer yet, and as I need the housing to go dive, I am asking here for your help. What I need to know is the right order to put the different elements inside the "inner part". Picking up the inner part with the side that is looking to the eyeview of the camera facing down, what is right the sequence of puting the other elements in it. Please see the schem with the parts identification. The ring spacers R1 and R2 are equal. And the "B" part, the more convex side is facing down or up? Thanks in advance for your help. Pedro Alves