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Question this message is importantHello everyone,

I just started diving. Now it´s time to get an UW case for my camera (but i don´t know for which of my cameras). I own a Sony RX100 M1 and a M3 as well. I´m interested in taking stills. I don´t want to take extra equipment with me (like an external strobe or additional wet lenses).

So the RX100 M1 is 28mm-100mm. The RX100 M3 is 24mm-70mm but compared to the M1 much better in getting more light on the sensor. I read a little bit on some UW reviews of both cameras. Now i´m not sure which camera i should use for diving. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance Marcel
 
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message Hi Marcel,

It is quite hard to get housings for the RX100 now.
The RX100 III is a huge improvement in terms of quality and usability, but I understand your fear for lack of zoom range, which makes it not as good for macro shots with a diopter.
I still recommend going for the RX100 III since the Fantasea housing which is available for it is a great choice and very good value.
I would be happy to help you out with more questions on our retail front: website
 
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