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Just upgraded my DC1400 to the new Sea Dragon gear! For anyone considering making the change, here are a few major improvements I noticed right off the bat:
The new flex arms are QUIET...The single piece dual tray feels MUCH more solid in your hands...No more of those pesky, easily corroded, magnets in the on/off switch!...The benefit of the separated battery compartment is a HUGE upgrade...The entire rig just looks and feels much more solid, and with the detachable parts, it is a ton more portable.
So, if you're considering changing to the Sea Dragon setup, I suggest swinging by your LDS and having a look for yourself. The pictures don't do it justice.
- Don B. via Facebook
Spanish Shawl shot with my DC1400 only using natural light. I took this at Refugio State Beach in California. Only my 2nd day with the camera and lets just say the thing works really well. I can't wait to put strobes on it.
This is a very easy camera to use and if you like macro photography, this is the camera you want. My wife and I own a dive shop in California and we just picked up this brand, we are very impressed with the quality of these cameras.
- Shaun Crouse via Facebook