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Yes, this may be possible, send it to Ikelite, if there is room they are able to add another control/knob or push-pin to the existing housing. Also if you have knobs you don't use and find them in the way they have a special plug that replaces an in the way knob. Goo-luck!
have an af35 myself and know from experience the issue is very likely to be the way you have the block out for the cameras flash. if you block it by having the tape inside the housing it confuses the af35 to fire at a higher setting. from what i can gather it senses the strength of the camera flash and adjusts. I get the best results with the blockout on the camera supplied diffuser, stops the flash camera going forward and gives plenty of light to get the af35 to fire right. to blockout i just use some black tape , fabric tape seems to stick well.
you will still need to set the auto level setting.
hope it works out, i find it a great flash.
and the guys at ikelite very very helpful.
No, it is not water proof camera so unable to shoot underwater without water proof casing that is another product. Camera must be packed in water proof casing to take pictures underwater. Click Sony Support link to download optional accessories brochure rleated to DSC-T700 and check AKP-THA water proof casing for this model. Thanks.
Sounds like an O-Ring problem, you need to use a bit of silicon when closing and O-Ring should be removed and cleaned after every dive. If the flash isn't working, you will have to send it in for service. Here is the address; Ikelite 50 W 33rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46208 317-923-4523
There is a generic "all-in-one" housing by Equinox that will hold the W1. Very basic controls, altho if you pay more you can get a custom.
Haven't heard anyone's reviews on the housing tho.
Basically you bought the wrong camera for your needs. The 95 can not do well under the conditions you describe. The ISO is fixed and to low for the amount of light you have available. The viewfinder begins to darken after the lens is wide open and the shutter speed is increased further. There are three possible cures. More light, not possible in your situation, faster lens or higher ISO, again not possible with your camera. Maybe you could convince them to play in the dayight. :)