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Excellent quality, distortion free, well designed lens element from a company that actually uses and continually improves their innovations.
The membrane back plate system has been a game changer for me. Swimming in the ocean mainly around sunrises gives me the ability to change settings as the light changes. Being able to adapt to fast changing conditions is when the best work happens
Aloha I just got my trigger, I haven’t used it yet, hopefully tomorrow. I like the build and design, built strong and I know it’ll handle in big shore breaks on the north shore on Oahu Hawaii. The trigger mechanism works really well with my GoPro hero 10 camera. I like that there’s an option to put a little o-ring rubber for recoil on the trigger. The only downside I think of this trigger is that it’s on the heavier side. If you get pounded in big shorebreak, you’re going to have to hold it away from you, or you might get knocked out or seriously hurt if it hits your head. Other than that it’s a sick trigger design. Maybe in the future you guys can make a lighter trigger preferably with a stronger plastic or all aluminum?(same design) Just my thoughts here. Keep up the great work! Aloha Richard 😎🤙🏻
Had a few mobile domes before but all didn't last very long from rumble and tumble of travelling. GDome is super sturdy and its build real tough, so far so good!
Have been using the XL surf housing with the dome and flat port for a year or so now and it hasn't missed a beat. Over that time I've had different camera upgrades and I've not needed to change the housing which has been great. Solid and robust and the flexi back door is invaluable when you need to tweak camera settings.
I really enjoy using my phone under water with the GDome housing. Works very well, easy to use!
This review is a little bit biassed, as I am the cofounder and developer of the GDome XL range. I started using the GDome XL Surf with my 5D iii and am now using it exclusively with the Sony RX10 iv. The XL requires the 80mm extension port for the RX10 IV. I mainly shoot with the flat port on the 80mm extension port; it is easy to keep water droplets off, and I can still shoot split shots due to the gap between the camera lens and flat port. I have seriously pushed the housing in big, heavy waves, and yes, I only use the Flex back door. It is unbelievable how strong and flexible that membrane is! If you want to see more content, I have taken with the XL, or if you have any direct questions, hit me up on Instagram @BrettEagleZA
Good experience from start to deliver, awesome customer service, looking at add ons now !
Thank you so much for this amazing tool you’ve created! I love it and I can’t live without it now !