I use both the 12-50 mm with gear & the 60 mm with gear in the Nauti 12-50 port. No problem with either. Nauticam housing for Oly E-M5 Mark I. The 60 focus gear will cover the 60 lens focus limit switch.
hi, Im trying to found out what to do first. Buying the naauticam viewfinder or a second strobe ? At this moment i have a D7000 with Strobe inon S-2000. Lenses Macro 60mm AF-D and tokina 10-17.
The second strobe would be handy for better lighting, especially i will dont need any more colour correcting filters for wide angle.
The viewfinder is another story, because i have only 10 percent sight left.... Would this be a great releaf, so that i can see the viewfinder better ? Would it be more help(better images) or would a strobe do that, bearing in mind my visual problem.
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I am seconding Steve's suggestion; for macro, you can do a lot with one strobe and a good focus light. Can you try someone's rig with the added view finder? Bob
Managed to flood and cripple my Panny TS-2. Hint, don't rinse under a tap. The camera still works but drains the battery in a few days, but it works great for day trips. Have just bought a Panny TS-4 with an Ikelite housing. Hasn't seen water yet, but I assume its good for a dip or 2. The cameras work great for kayaking and snorkling. Diving is what I bought the housing for.
I am researching a waterproof P&S for climbing, crayoning, rafting and other foolish pursuits. The Pany TS4 seems to be the best available today, but check out the new Oly TG-1.