Less is more!

How to avoid leaking and flooding? This article gives you useful tips about underwater housing maintenance and tells you what to do before, during and after the dive. As so often in life, less is more.



Posted on Nov 15, 2012

Some underwater photographers almost completely dismantle their gear after every dive, and spend silicone grease like there's no tomorrow - while others do as little as possible.

What's the best approach to avoid leaking or flooding?

Share this story with your readers so they can learn more about what to do, and just as important - what not to!

Knowing what not to do is just as crucial as the opposite when it comes to underwater camera maintenance.

My personal philosophy regarding underwater housing maintenance is "less is more" - but there are still some things that needs to be done.

The point being, if you do the right things properly it will save you a lot of grief.

This story comes with a few unique pictures illustrating what can happen when things go wrong. You definitely want to keep the fish on the outside of the housing!

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This comprehensive 3.000 word story offers general advice on how and why to do things - or not. It also includes a list of 10 good maintenance tips and advice on what to do if your housing has flooded anyway. Get it today!

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