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Polar Pro PPSB2 Filtre en verre pour Appareil Photo GoPro HERO3+ Rouge
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Description du produit
L'ultime accessoire de plongée. Il possède des objectifs macro et rouge intégrés. Le filtre rouge peut être basculé sur le côté pour filmer en eau peu profonde. Et la lentille macro peut également être basculée en position ouverte ou fermée. Les deux lentilles sont en verre. Inclus : - 1 Lentille en verre - 1 Sac de protection/transport
Meilleurs commentaires des clients
Edit: Reaction SAV superbe ! ils m'envois une nouvelle version,le Switchblade 2.0
La loupe est presque inutile. Le grossissement dans l'eau est minime.
J'ai trouvé depuis (pour les filtres) beaucoup mieux, beaucoup plus robuste, pour beaucoup moins cher.
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
I posted a question up to Amazon.com, and within a short time Jeff from Polar Pro contacted me and told me that "a very small percentage of the GoPro Hero3+ housings are small, and we have a custom base piece for that (yours sounds like it). Shoot me an email and we will 2 day you the replacement today."
True to his word, Jeff shipped me a completely new kit, and it's a perfect fit.
I am leaving on a 10-night Caribbean cruise on Sunday and am planning on doing a lot of scuba diving with my new GoPro. It's great to know that a company backs it's product in such a fashion. No questions, no hassle - extremely quick reply.
Jeff, my thanks for coming through on such short notice. Great job!
Below is the original review. I just received a message from Polar Pro regarding my review and even though I have already returned my broken one to Amazon, they have offered to send me a new unit. I'm blown away. I've never had this kind of personal attention to a product quality issue. Therefore, I have changed my rating to 5 stars in anticipation of receiving a new unit which meets the normally very high quality standards of Polar Pro. I will update my review once I've received the new unit and have had a chance to test it out on a few dives. At the very least, Polar Pro have got themselves a new fan.
** ORIGINAL REVIEW
At first I thought this was going to be great! I showed it off to all my dive friends and they were all very impressed. However, on the first dive with it, a few things happened. First, the small plastic closure that keeps the magnifier lens closed broke off, so the lens wouldn't stay closed. I could lock it open, but it made filming with the magnifier lens impossible. Then, the magnifier lens fell out completely and was lost at the bottom of the ocean. Looks like they only used a very small amount of glue to hold the lens in. The red filter works well, and is made from glass, which is a positive, but it also traps water between the red lens and the gopro lens which wasn't too great. Anyway, I'm returning it to get a simpler filter that is less likely to fall apart on a dive.
I cannot give it a fifth because of it construction quality. The plastic frame that holds the red filter is very flimsy. When storing my GoPro in my kit bag, cleaning and maintaining my equipment, I am very paranoid of breaking it. I have heard a couple divers complain that they had to replace their SwtichBlade after only a few dives with it. My red lens (which is also a piece of flimsy plastic) cracked after my second dive with it. Fortunately, the crack is low and has not made its way into view of the lens yet. I would rather pay another $10-$20 for a product with more durable materials. Afterall, diving is a little rough on equipment with moving equipment in and out of kit bags, onto boats, dropping into water, etc. I don't believe the manufacture had that in mind when producing this diving product.
It seems they do also have a 3+ version and perhaps I disordered.
Anyway I bought this as a replacement for my older Gopro that I lost when my tether broke off, I had used Backscatter Flip Filter.
The mount is plastic and looks flimsy to me, also the macro lens do not flip back all the way so I can see how it can swing back up and disrupt my shots.
I like the concept but I don't like the mfg quality.
I returned this item and got a Backscatter Flip-Up 3.1 - it is bit more expensive but clearly better design and better built.
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