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howeikwok

Member Since 19 Dec 2007
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In Topic: Sony a7s II underwater use -- All parameters

Yesterday, 07:11 PM

 

 

Hi there Howeikwok.  

 

I agree with the others.  Really superb.  I know I can learn a lot from you.  I am going to Raja on October 21, and Ammar is going there on a liveaboard around the same time.  I don't think I have time to learn macro video before then.  Just started shooting with an "SLR" underwater in June. So I am on steep learning curve.

 

I do, however, want to use a tripod I purchased.  I will take the wet wide angle off the housing, and that will leave me with a 28 mm, which underwater would be a 35 mm, which hopefully will focus closely.  I would like to ask you some questions a little later about the use of the tripod.  I will bring mine and will want to use it for "close ups," or "portraits" as opposed to macro, and then move into macro later.

 

Thank you for joining the group!  Will be back to you soon about the tripod questions.

 

GLP

 

The 28mm with the Nauticam WWL will focus quite closely. In fact you can shoot a good sized nudibranch with this combination.


In Topic: Sony a7s II underwater use -- All parameters

Yesterday, 03:23 AM

VERY VERY VERY GOOOOOD.
I asume you are using a tripod and the FE 90mm GM.

 

Yes. I'm using a tripod plate and legs from I-DAS. Using the Sony 90/2.8 macro and A7R2 in a Nauticam housing with the Small HD 501 monitor. Using video lights from this new company called Weefine. Supposed to be 3800 lumens with CRI of 95. Also using the FIT +10 diopters as well as the Noodilab Moby diopter. 


In Topic: Sony a7s II underwater use -- All parameters

25 September 2016 - 07:43 PM

Shot this in June in Lembeh with the A7R2. Still on the steep learning curve for video.

 

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In Topic: My New Book: Underwater Photography Masterclass

06 March 2016 - 11:04 PM

Ordered!  :notworthy:


In Topic: The World Shootout Competition

06 March 2016 - 11:03 PM

Supported you on facebook, will support your stance here as well. If the competition rules says certain things like no manipulation, then doubtful images should go out no questions asked.