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  1. Hi all, I would like to get a housing for RX100. Initially I was going to use my Sony HX30v because the housing for it is cheap but soon realize the wide angle port option could be a nightmare, so I decided to up my camera budget a bit to get the RX100 later . While researching housing for RX100 I came across the Nauticam. But found out Ikelite release the RX100 housing for half the price of Nauticam. My question is why choose Nauticam (non video version) over Ikelite? I know the Nauticam has half press shutter feature but that really doesn't justify a $500 difference! Also, I already have the Inon UFL-165AD. I have the AD to 67mm converter so would I have issue to use it on any of the housing (Ikelite have adapter to convert to 67mm mount for $50)? I invested $500 for the Inon wide angle port and don't want to get another wide angle lens. Besides, I think the UFL-165AD has the best optic quality, widest angle of view. Anyone have experience using the UFL-165AD on recent camera? I have been using the Inon port on my Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2000 which start out at 35mm and doesn't require zoom in. Any suggestion would be appreciated, thanks!
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