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Nauticam EM-5 housing with 12-50mm port


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#1 Bubblke7

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Posted 04 October 2012 - 09:24 PM

Just back from Malaysia with this set up, I'm very happy with it!
set up with Flexitray, 2 X YS-D1, Ulttalight arms and clamps...
its too negative buoyancy underwater, adding 2 Stix was a bit better...
The 12-50mm port/zoom gear is very complex, but work very well!
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Posted 04 October 2012 - 09:28 PM

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Only one thing to complain is the Flexitray was too Flexy...

#3 kieranu

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Posted 02 November 2012 - 12:13 AM

Hi there,

Glad you are enjoying the OMD. I just bought mine with the 12-50mm lens. Before I get my Nauticam setup for underwater I am now deliberating whether I should get the port for this lens or get separate 8mm and 60mm setups. My main interests are general video and macro photography but keen to work with wide angle in the long term also. How do you like your set up so far and how well do you think this lens / port setup works in general and for macro in particular? For me, just about anything will be a step up from my old compact setup for photo. For video I'm moving away from using a Sony miniDV camcorder. The idea being that instead I have one, more versatile setup. Any reason you chose the D-1s over the Inon gear? I am also deciding between the two and, for video / focus lighting, the Big Blue VL1300/1800 or the Video Pro 4.

cheers,
Kieran