Just got back from my 1st dip in with the S90 in the canon WP-DC35 housing. I've been spending some time before getting it wet prepping my motley collection of lenses to work on the Dyron 67mm adaptor for this housing, and happily I can report great sucess with all three of my lenses :-)
The fisheye I'm using is the FIX UWL-04 with their 67mm thread: yes you've got to zoom in a notch or two but it works like a charm & is reasonably sharp at the edges too:
(This chap was almost tapping on the lens)
My wide angle is a home converted Sea & Sea DX-2G wide angle which I unscrewed their bayonet mount & put on a standard 67mm stepping ring, works really well (though you need to zoom in 1 notch):
Finally, and to me the most exciting find, is the macro lens. All you MMII lovers out there get ready to dust off the old kit! Remember the Sea & Sea 2T macro lens? Well, if you unscrew the bayonet mount & add your own 67mm stepping ring you've got yourself a superb macro lens that is easily the equal (though I reckon actually better) than any modern macro lens. With the S90 in 'normal' focusing mode you'll get a lens-to-subject distance of about 80mm, and in proper macro mode that'll drop to about 40mm when the camera is at full zoom:
Not the best photos I know, but hopefully illustrative of what I've been able to achieve with a bit of d.i.y. - now just need some decent vis to play in!
If anyone's interested I'll post photos of the lenses on the housing later.
PS: The vis was 2 - 3m, and this was a snorkelling trip
Edited by DanBolt, 24 July 2010 - 11:18 PM.