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  1. Has anyone had any experience in using the Kraken Sports Adjustable Lift Float Arms? Does the diameter of the floats restrict adjustment your arm angles? https://www.bluewaterphotostore.com/kraken-sports-adjustable-float-arm
  2. Hello. Im going to egypt in december and i have been waiting for Nauticams new version of floatarms but they never show up. Have been waiting for 6month now and im starting to get worried about not getting them for the trip. So i started to look around the web for alternatives. And i found hugyfot adjuatable floatarms. First i was sceptical but after a while i started to like the concept. You fill them up with water at a certain deepth. Deeper=more water=less bouyancy. https://www.hugyfot.com/assets/media/downloads/HugyFloat_brochure.pdf Now i wonder if anyone had them, have seen them or heard anything about them. Does it work well? Are the quality good? Etc.. The only downside i can think of is that my rig will be heavier above surface if i want to keep the same bouyancy for next dive. But as i will need over 1500gram for macro and 4arms will give me about 1600g, i dont need that much water inside them,if any. For wide angel i will use two arms, instead of four. Share you thoughts! Thanks in advance.
  3. Along with the Sony RX100 system I'm selling, I would like to sell the following float arms and lens holders (which attach to the float arms). I've had these for about 6 months and don't need them any more with my current set-up. You can find more information about the lens holders here. 2x Inon Mega Float Arm (Medium) 200mm/8" long, 650grams/23oz positive buoyancy each + shipping. Asking $75 each. 2x Inon 67mm Single Lens Holder for Float Arm -- $25/each + shipping. 2x Inon LD Lens Holder for Float Arm -- $20/each + shipping. Package deal for $200.
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