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The STIX FUL-2 is a package of four floats that fit on Ultralight arms provide the ability to adjust the buoyancy of your underwater camera system up to 13.5 ounces of lift.
The StiX system utilizes a non compressible foam float to adjust the buoyancy of your camera system. By adding or removing different sized floats from the arms, a camera system can be dialed in with the exact buoyancy a shooter desires.
For less buoyant option, see the FUL-3 here.
(Ultralight arms not included)
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I strongly recommend adding floaters! having the setup neutrally buoyant (or even a little positive) gives me peace of mind that if I accidentally drop the solution, it will not get lost in the deep ocean/lake!!! On top of that, if your camera setup is too heavy uw, it will impact your own buoyancy negatively.
Even thought I did not get the Ultralight Arms and the floats are somewhat loose on the Dyron arms, that did not impact on the functionality of the floaters.
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