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I recently bought a Sealife Reefmaster RC and flash. Nice camera, does a great job deducing backscatter compared to the Sea and Sea MX-10 I previously owned, but thats another story.
Problem with the Reefmaster is that it is way too positively bouyant. I keep it tethered to my BCD and it's always a difficult find as it floats behind/above me on the bottom. Thought I saw on the net where sombody made a 1 lb weight to fit the camera, can't seem to find the site again....any clues?
Short of taping weight to the camera, anybody experiencing the same problem/come up with a solution?
I took some lead weight and melted them down made me a mode and then took and super cglue some velco on them attached to bottom bar of the strobe arm and has worked that way for two years just make sure you use water proof glue . I recently bought me a a new digital camera oly C 5050 and waiting on houseing strobe have to wait litle bit moneys tight after purchuse of camera so just keep at it you figure it out