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In Topic: Nauticam Mirrorless ports depth rating

23 November 2014 - 03:19 PM

Thank you all for your replies.

Actually I dove to 100+m several times and I was trying to understand if I was just a lucky boy or I can continue :)

As you suggested, it depends on the port type. After months finally Naticam officially replied me:

We do have different depth rating on different ports, generally for macro ports, the depth rating can reach 100 meter, but for wide angle dome port, depth rating varies depending on the size of the dome port where pressure work on.  With the 7-14mm lens, it is safe to stay in 75 meter.

So given that 7-14mm and 6" dome is my usual combo, I was lucky...


In Topic: Nauticam Mirrorless ports depth rating

20 November 2014 - 06:29 AM

Nobody replied here and Nauticam.com it's two months whaich has an error on their contact form.


In Topic: Nauticam Mirrorless ports depth rating

31 October 2014 - 05:35 AM


In Topic: Best soft gear bag for traveling

18 September 2014 - 12:45 AM

Look at fstopgear, lighter than thinktank, more verisitile.


Which model?


I use Akona Mesh Boat Duffel which I got from Dipndive. It is 29" X 15" X 9" and very convenient for many purposes. It is also very ragged and durable. Check it out! ;)



No padding no filling  :aggressive:


Why should I use this duffel bag for my photo gear? And How?

In Topic: Upcoming Panasonic GH-4K

08 September 2014 - 02:25 PM

Nice report and good camera work.


Are you sure that -5,-5,-5,-5,0 is the way to go?


I've seen a lot of user coming from hard core GH2 use going straight to this but I'm reading different opinions. On previous camera there wasn't a real cinestyle profile so people was dialing down everything trying to be flat as much as possible.

Actually yet on GH3 this was not completely true anymore and after several tries a lot of user agreed on a much balanced settings.

GH4 codec is a completely different beast.