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  1. instead of ear wax and that fancy candle thing, you can buy a bottle of the liquid that divers use to polish the inside of their goggles to avoid the accumulation of steam on them.
    I don't know what it is called, but it exists.

  2. Super cool you went into the water. Next step is in the water with waves. The images you will capture will blow your mind – wave vortex, barrels, wave windows. With the housing you also need moisture strips as any condensation will also set the water sensor off. Hope to see more water photography from you guys. Yew.

  3. The photography that chris is doing is more like surfphotography not underwater photography in the means of scubadiving, like descended.
    As a underwaterphotographer, I got a little triggered with chris' information๐Ÿ˜‚
    Surf housing and so called "underwater" shots like 1meter below the surface ๐Ÿ˜‚
    Still a cool video though๐Ÿค™

  4. Instead of using earwax or whatnot to "waterproof" the glass, products like Beadmaker are great. Beadmaker lasts a decent while underwater, doesn't leave a film, is glass safe, and keeps water from creating waterspots. I use it mostly on car detailing projects, but also on my underwater camera housing

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