I have a "legacy" (the big one) aquatica macro port and would like to try shooting some supermacro. Would love to hear some recommendations or experiences from those who do the same. I currently shoot macro with Canon 100mm 2.8 L lens with a 5D mk2.
It does not look like Aquatica has a flippable system for the older, larger macro port. Instead, there's an adapter plate that is held onto the macro port's rim by 3 screws. Has anyone tried installing/removing this or the close up lenses underwater? Is it feasible?
If not, it seems I would be better off simply installing a dry CU lens directly onto the main lens.
Otherwise, I'm not ready to shell out $1100 for the mini-macro port + flippable mount + lenses, as I'm not sure how much I'll like shooting supermacro.
What's your recommendations on shooting supermacro with a legacy Aquatica port?
Edited by inflex, 28 January 2019 - 10:48 AM.