I have been reading and reading, and I think it's time for me to move away from my Canon G9 in Ikelite housing, with 2DS strobes to a DSLR.
On land, we have a D7000 for family shots and I'm thinking of buying a second one for UW.
Unfortunately, I'm on a tight budget, so it will have to be the Ikelite housing.
Lens wise, from the research/reading I have done, I will start of with
- a Tokina 10-17 and
- a Nikon 60 AF-D for now (is that the correct one?)
- and hopefully a 105mm later
- For the 60mm, should I get the Ikelite standard flat port (with plastic lens) or the modular port (with glass lens, so better quality?) That way I can use it later with the 105? Although the modular port also has more potential of water entry as you screw several parts together Ultimately, it would be great if there was a 67mm thread so I can add a Subsee 10+ diopter too (with the 105)
- For the Tokina, should I go with a dome? The Ikelite one (if so, which one)? or the one from UWcamerastuff?
Thanks a lot for all your support,