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Bob_W

Member Since 20 Jun 2007
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In Topic: Firmware Update OMD

12 April 2014 - 01:49 AM

What changes to the firmwear does it affect

 

SD

Marko

 

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In Topic: FOR SALE - Nauticam NA-EM5 LCD Window for Nauticam Enhanced Viewfinders

18 March 2014 - 01:56 AM

Can I email you about this?  I have a few questions.  Thanks

 

Of course. Info is at the bottom of the original post.

 

Bob W


In Topic: FOR SALE - Nauticam NA-EM5 LCD Window for Nauticam Enhanced Viewfinders

16 March 2014 - 03:03 AM

Will entertain reasonable offers.

 

Bob W

 

Might even consider unreasonable offers.  :dancing: :dancing:

 

Bob W


In Topic: remote video underwater

09 March 2014 - 06:01 AM

The answer is an underwater pole cam. For example, Aquatica and Gates have proper solutions for this:

  • Aquatica Polecam
  • Amphibico POV Flexcam
  • Gates HMR10 / HCK10 (Point of View)

If your budget is none-existent, try a Gopro attached to a monopod which in turn is tied tightly to a sufficiently long DIY pole of any stiff material, e.g. a pipe. However, with a GoPro you will not be able to monitor in real-time.

 

With the GoPro App and the correct GoPro, you WILL be able to monitor real time. Even remotely control your GoPro.

 

Bob


In Topic: OM-D EM-5 12-50mm Toggle Zoom Anomaly

28 February 2014 - 07:32 AM

bob_w: I'm experiencing the same phenomena with the E-M1, toggling override the manual mode. appreciate to know if any workaround.

 

With the E-M1, you can program the right arrow for Electric Zoom. Then use the arrows to power zoom in and out. There are no changes to the F-stop & Speed, as with the jump zoom, AND you can stop at any point between 12 & 50mm. So the process becomes:

 

1) Press right arrow - turns on electric zoom

2) Using arrows, zoom to desired position

3) Press OK - Turns off electric zoom and lets up/down/left arrows revert to regular setting

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    Press shutter halfway - Also turns off electric zoom

 

I think this is a much nicer implementation.

 

Bob W