*If your camera doesn't accept a Wide Angle Lens, it will not come with one and will have a Flatport instead of a Domeport.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Mar 2013
I purchased this housing for the CX 550. I didn't realize it would be so heavy, but it didin't even matter once you are underwater. I was having difficulties assembling the housing together so I decided to call Equinox because I just couldn't figure it out. Their customer service was great, they walked me through every step till I had it figured out. I was surprised on how nice and helpful they were. If you are uncertain about Equinox, I would still go with them. You will not be let down, trust me! Thank you.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Mar 2013
I recently purchased a Equinox housing for my Sony HDR-SR10 and thought I would share my experiences. When I started looking for housings I wanted to go with an Ikelite, mostly because this is what I am most familiar with. Ikelite was quickly crossed off my list because they no longer made the housing for my camera and I couldn't find anything used.
That's when I started doing my research on Equinox. For me the positives of this housing were the price, the accessory's that came with housing, and the simplicity of the housing. The negative was the weight of the housing.
They were responsive and patient to all my requests.
I have been pleased with the housing over all. Prior to diving with it and my camera, I tested it in open water with no issues. The only issues I have with it, is again the weight of it (on land its quite bulky in water its fine), and the controls. The controls are very basic and take some time to get used to. I feel those to negatives are understandable considering the price of the housing. If you are considering purchasing the housing, buy the monitor.
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