I came across this nice review based on an Aqua Terra tested in the Sahara Desert way back in 2002. I didn't feel like starting a new thread, so thought I'd post it here. It's a nice testament to the versatility of the Aqua Terra as well as the stability of the co-ax movement:
Oh, and since this is a photo thread, let me also link this picture from the review itself:
Last edited by ChronoScot; May 12th, 2013 at 16:52.
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