At the end of the day, SeaLife seem to cater to those shooters who want a camera that is going deliver an impressive looking image right out of the box, and when the day is done, they can simply rinse the camera off and enjoy a sunset drink with their buddies rather than spending time greasing O-rings and dealing with lens and port changes. If I am correct in assuming this type of underwater shooter is SeaLife’s target market, then I believe that the Micro 3.0 or the ReefMaster RM-4K will be an essential addition to any such diver’s—or snorkeler’s—carry-on bag.

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