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Meikon - SeaFrogs A6xxx Salted Line Questions

Discussion in 'Sony Snappers' started by gstrek, May 10, 2019.

  1. mi000ke

    mi000ke Manta Ray

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Massachusetts & Grand Cayman Island
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    Just received my A6xxxx + 4" dome to use with my new A6400 and 16-50 mm lens. When I opened the box I found an unlabeled bag of parts (not the bag with the a6000 conversion parts, which was labeled). I recognized the 16-50 mm replacement zoom ring, (the 10-18 mm was already installed inside the housing), and figured out that the round thing was a rubber viewfinder ring. But it also came with this square rubber collar (?). Can anyone tell me what it is or is for? (I got the camera working OK in the housing without it.)

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    and finally, when I opened up the housing the first time, this part was floating around loose inside. Can anyone tell me what it is for? Thanks!

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  2. Barmaglot

    Barmaglot Manta Ray

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Israel
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    The first part is the LCD hood, it attaches to little plastic pegs on the outside. It detaches fairly easily, hence the lanyard to keep it from floating away. The second part fits into a groove on either upper left or lower left and supports the corresponding camera corner.
     
  3. mi000ke

    mi000ke Manta Ray

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Massachusetts & Grand Cayman Island
    755
    778
    93
    thanks!
     

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