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nudibranco

Member Since 08 Feb 2008
Offline Last Active Apr 12 2015 03:55 PM
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In Topic: Oly 60mm behind flat port vs. dome port

13 March 2015 - 01:18 AM

The flat port maybe better because you get extra space with your subject but you have the same maG.

In Topic: Oly 60mm behind flat port vs. dome port

10 March 2015 - 03:29 PM

Frankly I have the 60mm macro lens and used it behind the flat port...  afterward I used it behind the 4" Nauticam port and found that I get 30% better FOV and get the same magnification by getting closer to the subject.  

 

As I have the flip macro adapter for this port (I use it especially when I use the 12-50mm lens) I get supermacro details by using it with the 60mm macro lens.

 

No quality issues that I can tell.

 

BTW the 9-18mm minimum focus distance is 20mm so it is clearly no problem with the focusing on the 60mm lens.

 

It is bigger than the flat port ...  but that is the only negative i have to deal with vs. the flat port...


In Topic: Tri-clamp with only two arms?

30 January 2015 - 03:26 PM

I stressed it to control the motion...  and it will bend the screw...  definetely not recommended  :B):


In Topic: Panasonic LX-100 Nauticam housing

30 January 2015 - 02:35 PM

Why? 32 degrees angle of view and 30 cm from the lens is pretty much spot on

  Not what I am trying to figure out:

 

1:  KC has got 15 cm at 75mm

2: KC has got 5 cm at 75mm with + 7 bluewater

3. Chris has got 5 cm at 75mm with + 10 subsee

4. Chris has got 8.5 cm at 24mm 

 

It does not make sense...Anyway that is why asked the 75mm test from Chris...


In Topic: Panasonic LX-100 Nauticam housing

29 January 2015 - 12:58 PM

Interesting I would have assumed the 75mm setting would give You a bigger size but from your pics it looks like the +7 Bluewater is 5 cm while without is 15cm...