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In Topic: Panasonic LX-100 Nauticam housing

Yesterday, 01:43 PM

F.I.T is another good one, I have the +5 and really like it, but it's not strong enough on the LX100. For the F.I.T +8, it's 43mm at the back and require a stop up ring to 67mm? If that's the case there might be issue on the LX100 with the diopter flip holder.


Here is a good review of the F.I.T +5 and +8 by Alex Mustard:




  Yes I agree I have the +8 one but it is the 67mm version not the 43mm.  I think you can order either way.

In Topic: Panasonic LX-100 Nauticam housing

Yesterday, 12:28 PM

I found this useful link:http://www.deepshots...0-vs-subsee-10/
The size makes a big difference to me. I never bought the subsee at is big and heavy...and difficult to use. I generally use a ucl-02 FIT. +8 achromat lens. Very thin, good quality...and perfect on the 60mm macro.

In Topic: INON UFL-M150 ZM80 Micro Fisheye Lens on OMD5 / Nauticam

06 January 2015 - 07:04 AM

depending on the port you use it should work with the 45mm lens...

In Topic: Olympus 60mm macro focus distance display.

17 December 2014 - 12:57 PM

Actually I remember seeing this kind of info in the Fuji x10 compact camera.  Actually it would be a nice information to have while you do macro I guess so you avoid scratching the domes :)

In Topic: Move over Sony RX100 (I, II, III), Here come Panasonic LX-100

27 November 2014 - 01:51 AM

 The flat port already sounds like a winner for macro already as it sports a 3cm focus distance at 24mm.  With the wide angle add-on (if it works well) you can have a huge range!  For super macro the CMC and voilà a super compact high quality machine with high flash sync...

What was shown at DEMA was a prototype housing and photos can be found in the Wetpixel DEMA review on the front page. The housing is smaller than an E-M5 housing, not larger. The housing also has the vacuum wiring and valve mounting point. A small dome can restore the original AOV of the lens lost behind the flat port. Also a flat port with 67mm threads for mounting the (also prototype) wide angle (110 degree) optical glass accessory lens. Popup strobe for fiber optic flash firing.