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It seems that the D90 will fit in the #6808 housing and I have read reports that it will provide access to most of the important controls. Can you tell me a bit more about this as it could be a solution to the housing problem the day I decide to upgrade to the D90 (my pension would not allow me to invest in a new housing again). I realise that I would not be able to see the whole of the D90's display and would not have access to liveview (I could live happily without that) but would the housing allow access to the on/off switch, the main and subcommand dials, the ISO, menu and playback buttons and the focus area selector (multiselector)?
Olympus E-MP1, 14-42mm and Micro 60mm lenses, Olympus housing with standard port, dual Sea & Sea YS-01 strobes, La Luz Optics L-800 and Light-For-Me 3XML video lights.
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