I am using the Superdome (SD) in my Seacam D200 with the following lenses/port extensions:
Tokina 10-17/ PVL 20
Nikon 10,5/ no ring
Nikon 12-24/ PVL 35
Nikon 17-55/ PVL 70
Thought the SD is amazing, is not very travelling-friendly, so I am thinking of going smaller when I do not plan to shot splits.
I do think that the Fisheye dome (FP) is rather big and the Dome Port (DP) is not flexible enough, so I guess my only option would be the Wide Port (WP). This would be around half the diameter of the SD, so it makes sense.
The problem is that Seacam´s table is not very comprehensive, so it is difficult to see what the options are for my lenses: I only have been able to found that the WP will work with the 12-24 and the 17-55 (basically with the same extension rings that I have for the SD, that is a big plus).
My question is: how good would be the DP with the Tokina 10-17 and the Nikon 10,5? Any experience out there?. I see many colleagues out there using fisheye lenses with small domes, so I guess it should work...
I also wonder whether I should begin to use diopters with the 12-24 and the DP.
Many thanks for your input!!!
Edited by Pedro Carrillo, 12 February 2008 - 03:50 AM.