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FanchGadjo

Member Since 11 Jul 2010
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In Topic: Hugyfot D800 Housing and Sigma 15mm Diagonal Fisheye

Today, 12:15 AM

Il faut garder les yeux en face des trous ! :D


In Topic: Hugyfot D800 Housing and Sigma 15mm Diagonal Fisheye

Yesterday, 05:25 AM

I was persuaded to have 8'' domes as the previous owner had told me. Hugyfot doesn't manufacture any 8''.

 

I already told you so ;) :

 

I think fisheye port 6.608 is 174mm, being 6.85''.


In Topic: Hugyfot D800 Housing and Sigma 15mm Diagonal Fisheye

Yesterday, 12:01 AM

Which brand is your 8'' dome port ? Does it require an adapter ?

I think vignetting in this topic is more about the position of the lens

to the dome, rather than the diameter of the dome port.

 

When the lens is too far in (example below), you will have trouble

focusing. When the lens is too far out you will get vignetting (and

probably trouble focusing too). If an adapter between the dome and

the housing is used then your nodal points might be off.

 

domeNodes.jpg

http://www.marinethe...domespacer.html


In Topic: Hugyfot D800 Housing and Sigma 15mm Diagonal Fisheye

20 October 2014 - 06:47 AM

Why the disapproving smiley face ? Just put on the 7'' dome and

go diving !

;)


In Topic: Hugyfot D800 Housing and Sigma 15mm Diagonal Fisheye

17 October 2014 - 04:33 AM

I do not own a FF, but APS-C : canon 400D/XTi and now 550D/T2i. When

using a Samyang 8mm with no extension ring and the fisheye port, I do not

have any vignetting, nor topside or underwater.

 

I have a 5D MK 2 Hugyfot Housing, an 8'' dome ( product number 6.608 ) and the 20 / 40 / 60 mm extensions.

Could anyone tell me if I ll have any problems using a Sigma 15 mm with this set up without having to crop the image ?

I think fisheye port 6.608 is 174mm, being 6.85''.

 

I would also advice contacting Hugyfot directly, they offer great service.