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In Topic: Wide/fisheye lens and housing for the RX100 mk IV?

20 March 2016 - 02:32 AM

OK so far it looks like the more popular option is the Dyron Super Wide Angle


I'm also interested in Fish eye. The only interesting option i found is this one

UWL-04 Fisheye conversion wetlens

 I cannot find any sample and feedback with the RX100 ( besides M67 step-down adapter is necessary)


What result to expect ? Possible vignetting ?

In Topic: Wide/fisheye lens and housing for the RX100 mk IV?

20 March 2016 - 02:25 AM

ah, now i see - the rx100 iv does allow custom white balance only in photomode, not in video - what a pitty. But still, one can correct the white balance in post? Of course it is better to do it before, but it is possible to do it in post - or am i missing something?


forgive me my newbieness, but which kind of filter do you need for a dome?

The RX100 can film video with manual WB ( not in video mode though).

All you have to do is use the P or M mode, custom white balance and press the Video button. ( No need to turn the wheel to the video mode. .....)

In Topic: Sony RX100 iv - How disastrous is WB at shallow depths?

20 March 2016 - 02:21 AM


I managed to find this video.

Thisi s ambient light with manual WB. It looks OK even is ambiant is low.



In Topic: Sony RX100 IV vs Panasonic LX100

20 March 2016 - 02:00 AM

Ok Just bought the camera second hand at 700 euros.

Play a bit with the different video modes.


The manual white balance is not that cumbersome to set up.

In fact it can be set up  in P mode with no need to turn the wheel back to the video. Can shoot video straight into the P mod with the dedicated video button. So that's all right (only 6-7 button to press, can be done in 10 seconds)



Now l need to find a wet  lenses....

In Topic: Sony RX100 IV vs Panasonic LX100

16 March 2016 - 01:37 PM

that was THE video I've been hunting for over the internet ! :dancing:


I can see the clean manual wide balance at the beginning. That's good enough to me. 


I just can't believe I just went back from diving in the philipines with  no Camera ! ("luckily" visibility in Malapascua and Coron was only 5-10 m  so no big regrets.


After 3 years of  underwater idling the vibe is back.


So next trip to southern Egypt in May with Sony M4 it will be ! Thanks for your precise help.


PS :  ( your corners are bit blurry if being pointy,Would it be sharper with new  Dyron WA Wetness ? ).