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marcum vs560 fogging

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ive a marcum vs560, noticed fogging on clear band that camera turns toward,, moisture leak of concern? it will clear somewhat after being in water for a bit ,, but like looking through a fogged window when starting,,

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I would contact MarCum customer service, Jon or Chris are fantastic and they will get you fixed up fast, (763)712-0886

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I noticed the same thing on my 560.

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after checking camera over i noticed a rack that runs dead center of fin both horizontal as well as vertical , amazed it dead center all the way. reminds me of a stress crack in concrete. this is causeing the band around lights to allow slight water in. thus moisture and fogging prob. has quit using to avoid major probs. am stuck to using my lx5 flasher only. poor me..lol but has anyone else had ths same prob of cracking? im very careful so cant imagine how id of done it.

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After seeing lots of problems with leaking cameras, I went with the Aqua-Vu.

I'm glad I did.

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They can all have leakers. When I bought my AquaVu about three years ago the first two were leakers.

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