This approach spares divers from adding thick casing to an SLR, and winding up something, well, much larger than an SLR. And with a window for the GF1’s LCD screen, you won’t need to squint through a viewfinder when you’re at massive allowed depths of up go 75m. The X-2’s beauty comes at a price, costing around $US2200 (and $US150 for each attachable light), but really, when you’re almost 75m underwater, don’t skimp on equipment. [Inon via Wired]
X-2 Housing GIves You A (Relatively) Compact View 75m Underwater
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