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Old 06-16-2008, 05:03 AM   #21
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hey what kinda camera u shooting with they might make a filter to cut that glare away.
I actually just started making a cool acrylic box that i saw on melevs reef that fits over the camera so you can dip the lens in the water and it eliminates the glare and surface ripples. It was only like 5$ worth of acrylic which i'm assuming is much cheaper then buying a new filter for it although i know they have them for that camera. I'm actually using my dad's and can't remember what it is right now. Thanks for the help though. It would be nice to get a couple filters for it and a macro lens but those are a little out of my budget

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