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In 1994<ref>According to the [http://www.seaandsea.jp/company/outline.html Sea & Sea company history] at [http://www.seaandsea.jp/ the company's website].</ref> , [[Sea & Sea]] introduced a complete underwater [[SLR]] system including a motorized [[K mount lenses|K-mount]] body, a waterproof housing, and several dedicated lenses with coupling gears.
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In 1994<ref>According to the [http://www.seaandsea.jp/company/outline.html Sea & Sea company history] at [http://www.seaandsea.jp/ the company's website].</ref>, [[Sea & Sea]] introduced a complete underwater [[SLR]] system including a [[K mount lenses|K-mount]] body, a waterproof housing, and several dedicated lenses. The lenses are fitted with geared collars to interface with the external control knobs of the housing. The camera offers aperture-priority autoexposure or manual metering, motorized film wind and rewind, and an autobracketing mode (-0.5, 0, and +0.5 EV — suggesting this function was optimized for color slide film having a narrow exposure latitude).  
  
 
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In 1994[1], Sea & Sea introduced a complete underwater SLR system including a K-mount body, a waterproof housing, and several dedicated lenses. The lenses are fitted with geared collars to interface with the external control knobs of the housing. The camera offers aperture-priority autoexposure or manual metering, motorized film wind and rewind, and an autobracketing mode (-0.5, 0, and +0.5 EV — suggesting this function was optimized for color slide film having a narrow exposure latitude).

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