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Red filter w/ Big Eye lens?

Discussion in 'Fantasea Line' started by J Easy, Jun 17, 2012.

  1. J Easy

    J Easy Divemaster

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: FW, TX
    I'm wondering if it is possible to use one of your red filters with the 67mm Big Eye lens? Does your 67mm red filter allow you to attach a lens on top of it?

  2. SharonRainis

    SharonRainis Dive Equipment Manufacturer

    Hi Josh,
    Thanks for your inquiry.
    Yep, the RedEye Filter M67 (#5172) features a thread on both sides, therefore allowing for the BigEye Lens M67 (#5137) to be mounted on top of it, so you can use both the filter and the BigEye together.
    You can also mount the SharpEye Macro Lens M67 (#5128) on top of the same filter, so you can take macro shots and videos with the filter as well.
    Also, you might take into consideration that the EyeGrabber Lens Holder F67 (#4088) enables to secure any of these lens accessories once they are removed from the housing lens port. It attaches to any standard Flex or Ball & Joint arm and capable of holding any of our 67mm threaded lens accessories. This is especially useful with the BigEye Lens, which is too large to fit a standard BCD pocket and can get scratched or damaged if not properly secured.
    Let me know if there's anything else I can help with!
    Dive Safely,
  3. J Easy

    J Easy Divemaster

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: FW, TX
    Great news Sharon! I was hoping that the front side of the filter was threaded but couldn't find any info on that. Thanks for the quick response too.

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