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Underwater photography is much different than land photography. Light and color loss, water clarity, currents and housing condensation are all elements that affect underwater photography. The large Dive Certification organizations have complete classes dedicated to Digital Underwater photography. Digital cameras are complex and need to be understood and set properly to obtain best results.
CARE AND STORAGE: 1) Rinse the housing thoroughly in fresh water after every dive. 2) Dry thoroughly before opening housing. 3) Check O-rings prior to every dive to ensure they are clean and free of debris. 4) Keep O-rings lightly lubricated with silicone grease. 5) Remove batteries from camera for storage. 6) Keep the back of housing open to avoid flattening O-rings. 7) Store in a cool, dry place.
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