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Davide DB

Member Since 30 Nov 2010
Offline Last Active Oct 09 2015 07:03 AM

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Mezzo Canale Shoal [Tuscany - Italy]

10 July 2015 - 01:57 AM

I'm a bit embarassed to post a low quality video like this but the dive was amazing with a huge biodiversity of deep bentonic species.


I'm servicing my housing so Nauticam lent me a NA-A7 housing with a Sony A7 and a 10-80mm lens.

I used the camera without having the time to study all settings and for the Murphy's Law I had the wrong format: a 1440x1080 mov at 12Mbs :(

Moreover I had the camera set to FF while the lens is APSC. I thought that zooming in a little bit would do the trick but I was wrong.


Anyway, Next video with this setup will be better, I hope ;)




Mezzo Canale Shoal ( http://goo.gl/maps/mGpNj) allows you to experience in a single dive most of the excitements which attract us to the underwater world: the encounter with rare and captivating sea creatures and the sense for both adventure and exploration of a spot in the middle of nowhere. Feelings enhanched by that sense of peacefulness and inner silence, typical of underwater diving.
The huge biodiversity of bentonic species of this shoal reminds us of how the Mediterranean sea would be and what it is we've got to lose with our social behaviour.


Dreams Are For Everyone!


Music Track: "Sea Waves" from the album Cristal Soup by Epsilon Indi epsilonindi.it/


Shot with a Sony A7 + Sony E 10-18mm f4 OSS and a bunch of wrong settings.
Nauticam NA-A7 housing + Ligths Keldan Luna 8 CRI.

NA-A7 buoyancy

25 June 2015 - 02:47 AM

I have a sony A7 with a 10-18mm in a NA-A7 housing and some.

Do you know if it has a negative or positive buoyancy?

Thank you in advance

Nauticam Mirrorless ports depth rating

31 October 2014 - 05:36 AM

I asked there with no luck:




Any info?



Nauticam Mirrorless ports depth rating

29 October 2014 - 12:02 PM

Hi all,


What's depth rating for Nauticam mirrorless ports?


I found different data trough several dealers but not a spec on the Nauticam web site.


I read that the 4,33" dome is 100m depth rating while 6" dome is only 75m. On other site I read 60m.


What's the truth?