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Nice shots! You'll find that you will get more out of the A7IV when you upgrade the lens. The 28-60 is a nice compact, lightweight walking around zoom, but the SONY sensor will really shine with the 16-34 on the wide side or the 90 for macro.
28-60mm + WWL-1 gives better results underwater (unless you need straight lines) than 16-35mm + 230mm dome, and it's a lot easier to travel with.
@hilljo88 thanks for the input. A 90mm is on the short list. But I will be running the WWL-1B until a used WACP-1 or WACP-C comes up.

@Barmaglot hit the nail right on the head. Its compact and enough big names swear by it. Going from a Sealife DC2000 to this I am PLENTY happy… for now! Will start looking for a WACP-1 or WACP-C
I recently spent a week at CoCo View Resort on Roatan. Here's a few of my photos. All shot on an iPhone 13 Pro Max in a Sealife SportDiver case.
EDIT: I felt I should add that this is only my second time taking photos underwater. Before I just used a GoPro to record video. (the squid are a frame-grab from video).






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