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November 30, 2008

LetsGoDigital Nikon D300 underwater housing review posted

Our friends at LetsGoDigital.org have made available a comprehensive underwater housing review which should be of interest to our Nikon D300 owners with scuba diving interests.

Subal_LGD.jpg The review of the Subal ND30 is packed with product images supporting a friendly and informative write-up delivered by Karin Brussaard.

Even if you don't plan on taking your precious D300 underwater, this review is interesting reading because the massive supply of supporting images serve as an insight into the world of underwater photography.

The Subal ND30 is an underwater housing for the Nikon D300 primarily composed of aluminum. It is rated to run your D300 down to 70 meters (210 feet).


Karin's experience with the ND30 was obviously positive, based on one of her summary paragraphs:

"The combination of the Nikon D300 digital SLR camera and the Subal ND30 underwater housing is a dream pair. The Nikon D300 camera is super fast, has many setting possibilities and the 3D auto focus is superb. The Subal underwater housing is of extremely high quality, neatly finished with a good hand-fit."

But, don't just rely on a snippet of her comments-- check out the entire review.

Posted by flashdeadline at November 30, 2008 8:19 PM