packing and transporting my rig
Posted 24 August 2018 - 07:17 PM
But man the 1535 is just too small. Not sure I can use it :-(.
As seen from the photos above you have to almost strip the housings down to to get them to fit.
I need something that is 22cm deep to take the Inferno housing standing up otherwise it takes up almost all the 1535 alone. I’ve had a couple of CineBag camera bags but if I’m honest apart from their newer UW series, their bags are pretty poor compared to ThinkTank or Tenba.
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Camera Rigs: Nauticam BMPCC4K, Nauticam Lumix GH5, 14-42mm II, Nauticam WWL-1, Atomos Inferno and DivePro G18 Plus Lighting. Underwater Insta360 One X.
Posted 03 February 2019 - 09:47 PM
I have Nauticam D500 which is 9.4'' height and 13.7'' width. no hard case or soft case is enough for this.
So when I traveled from Israel to Mexico, I just carried housing with the 9'' heavy glass dome with a weapon strap.
camera in the housing
there are no rules for camera weight when it's on you.
5 flights, Internal and Trans Atlantic. no one ask any question.
I just padded the dome with thick bubbles nylon
it's ok only when you go directly to diving safari. not recommended for long trip
Divers Do It Deeper
Posted 05 May 2019 - 09:37 AM
I hate to check my housing so I fit it in a carryon. I used a small cooler bag and padded it with a yoga mat. Nauticam 5D4 housing, macro port, SMC, two Inon Z220 strobes, and a spotter light = 15.0 lb.
I just bought the Cinebags "Lens Smuggler" bag for my camera, lenses, laptop, batteries, and other misc electronics. That one is pushing 17 lb, but I'll put a lens in my pocket if they want to weigh it.
Edited by synthetic, 05 May 2019 - 08:24 PM.
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Canon 5Dmk4, Nauticam Housing, Inon Z-220 strobes