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    Howzit guys,

    Anybody used a TI motion mount on the DSMC2's? Is it even possible? if so what feedback do you have with the internal ND's? I would be using it for a water housing!

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    Yes they work fine. That’s the point! Everyone should have one. It’s a no-brainer at the discount they’re going for now.
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    thanks Alex, there isn't much info available on the motion mount with DSMC2.
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    Yes they work fine. That’s the point! Everyone should have one. It’s a no-brainer at the discount they’re going for now.
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    hey Steven,

    Had heard reports of weird colour shifts with DSMC2 on the motion mount, so I went down the Revolva path instead. Not sure what housing you use, but i'm getting a control installed in mine to switch settings, should work well.
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    The Motion Mount and Revolva are quite different beasts. While the motion mount does require swapping out in lower light situations, the digital adjustment, extra imaging features, and very low used price more than make up for it I think. I saw an EF version sell for $1000 on eBay a few months ago.

    The one I bought was just over a year old and the LCD had gone bad somehow, but it’s been fine on my Epic-W since Red fixed it at a cost of around $600.
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