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Bye bye Sealife

Discussion in 'SeaLife' started by dogenia, May 27, 2008.

  1. Diver_C

    Diver_C Registered

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    I've had a film SeaLife, and the DC500, 600, & 800 models. Never have flooded any of the cameras; am extremely careful when getting them ready to dive with them (one hair on the o-ring could cause a leak). Don't see any issues with transferring the digital strobes from one camera to another, even non-SeaLife cameras. SeaLife/Pioneer offer great customer service. The cameras also seem to hold reasonable value, as I have received what I consider to be great prices on the cameras I've sold, when upgrading.
     

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