Another UW Camera Question

Another UW Camera Question

Post by Batt_Ma » Tue, 14 Mar 2000 04:00:00


It has been reccomended to me,  and I like the idea becauze of the size,  of
a Cannon Rebel 2000 w/20-80MM Zomm in a Sea & Sea housing.... The housing is
made just for the camera and is very small....

Opinions?  Esp Nikon vs Cannon?

It looks like the RS is out for me,  but I want a small AF 35mm...

Thx!

Scott

 
 
 

Another UW Camera Question

Post by greg ker » Wed, 15 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> It has been reccomended to me,  and I like the idea becauze of the size,  of
> a Cannon Rebel 2000 w/20-80MM Zomm in a Sea & Sea housing.... The housing is
> made just for the camera and is very small....

I'm a Nikon guy myself but the Rebel 2000 in a housing should work as good as
anything else. You would be using the zoom at 20 mm most of the time for wide
angle shots. For sharper photos you may later wish to pick up a 20mm prime
lense.

 
 
 

Another UW Camera Question

Post by Steve Wilso » Wed, 15 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
> It has been reccomended to me,  and I like the idea becauze of the size,
of
> a Cannon Rebel 2000 w/20-80MM Zomm in a Sea & Sea housing.... The housing
is
> made just for the camera and is very small....

This sounds cool.  How much does the housing cost?

Quote:
> Opinions?  Esp Nikon vs Cannon?

I've had an original Rebel for around 10 years, and I've banged it around
the globe from Tokyo to Greece to Austalia.  It is the most durable, fun to
use, light-weight, durable camera you could ever want.  Oh yeah, the
pictures look good too.

-Steve

 
 
 

Another UW Camera Question

Post by Steve Wilso » Wed, 15 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
> It has been reccomended to me,  and I like the idea becauze of the size,
of
> a Cannon Rebel 2000 w/20-80MM Zomm in a Sea & Sea housing.... The housing
is
> made just for the camera and is very small....

This sounds cool.  How much does the housing cost?

Quote:
> Opinions?  Esp Nikon vs Cannon?

I've had an original Rebel for around 10 years, and I've banged it around
the globe from Tokyo to Greece to Austalia.  It is the most durable, fun to
use, light-weight, durable camera you could ever want.  Oh yeah, the
pictures look good too.

-Steve