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aviddiver.her

Member Since 17 Feb 2008
Offline Last Active Apr 07 2014 07:17 PM
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In Topic: Fisheye lens options for RX100/Nauticam?

22 January 2014 - 11:28 PM

Scott, did I understand you correctly that the same vignette we see in the turtle shot was on the opposite side when you rotated the lens hood (sun shield) 180 degrees?

In Topic: Fisheye lens options for RX100/Nauticam?

22 January 2014 - 12:42 AM

I believe Scott is talking about the lens hood showing in his images.
Scott, did you try rotating the lens hood to see if there is a position where it doesn't show? If a lot of the hood is showing it may even be 90 degrees out of place . And, as Interceptor says , sample images would be helpful.

In Topic: Fisheye lens options for RX100/Nauticam?

21 January 2014 - 02:13 PM

Don't you have to do at least some post processing to decrease the file size you are posting on line? A quick crop while you are there is pretty ready. Or are you using some posting method that resizes for you?

In Topic: Fisheye lens options for RX100/Nauticam?

18 January 2014 - 04:10 PM

Scott, I only have trouble with the sun shade showing if it gets slightly rotated out of place. You can tighten it down so that doesn't happen as easily but it is very easy to crack the plastic if you try to get it very tight.

In Topic: Fisheye lens options for RX100/Nauticam?

18 January 2014 - 08:58 AM

Slightly off topic...
 
I just got a Sony RX100 II / Nauticam housing and was hoping to use my FIX UWL-04 from my S95.  I assume with the similarities of the RX100 and the RX100 II that I will get the same results.  Seems like the results are mixed, some think they are good, some bad.  Should I just try it out and see what quality I get?  My concern is the camera/lens may not be the problem it may be the user :-)
 
Scott

Scott, if you already have the lens and housing yes, try it out. If you liked the lens with your S95 I suspect you will like it with the RX100 II. If your S95 had 65mm threads you will need to purchase an adapter ring for the Fix UWL-04 to fit the 52mm Nauticam housing.