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Sea and Sea!

Advantages: Amazing pictures
Disadvantages: Heavy when above water

I visited Australia as my brother lives over there a few years ago and he was lucky enough to book me a place to go scuba diving. I have always had such a desire to go and see the Coral Reef and all the life forms that you can't even imagine unless y ...

ElyshaF 28.06.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Sea & Sea Seamaster Pro-EX

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Sea and Sea Seamaster

Advantages: many
Disadvantages: few

Professional divers may want to use an underwater camera to see the fish and other wildlife on the seabed. This camera is very good for this purpose and has a very large and excellent viewfinding with a detachable strobe to aim at the target so it ligh ...

daveboxer 16.05.2011 · Read full review
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A sound and reasonable camera

Advantages: A great camera for someone to just jump in the water and have a go with
Disadvantages: You will outgrow the camera especially if you move beyong the novice level

This was the first underwater camera I bought, and I did so at a time when I actually knew nothing about underwater photography, but just had an urge to go and do it. The MX10 in my opinion turned out to be a great camera for someone like myself who knew ...

Royston1 23.08.2001 · Read full review
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Happy snapper

Advantages: Very little to go wrong, takes std 35mm film
Disadvantages: Could be cheaper!

The MX5 (the Sea & Sea MX5, that is, not the Mazda) is a basic waterproof camera of the happy snapper variety. Depth resistant to 36m, it has a natty flip-up sportfinder/lens cover, built in flash and uses 35mm film. This camera is not aimed at t ...

ESpy 16.08.2001 · Read full review
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It's a camera. It goes underwater

Advantages: Cheaper than throwaways - and it goes deeper
Disadvantages: Rangefinding! Needs a strobe

The Sea & Sea Motormarine II EX (also known as the Seamaster Pro) is a fairly simple underwater rangefinder camera. It is depth rated to 45m, has a maximum shutter speed of 1/125 and uses 35mm film (DX coded). It has a built in flash - which I have to ...

ESpy 21.08.2001 · Read full review
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Review of Sea & Sea Motormarine II

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