Hi all, i'm an underwater photo enthusiast from Italy.
After 12 years of intense use my Nikonos V flooded…
After many years of underwater images i'm thinking to switch to digital underwater.
i'm already using on land an old Nikon D200 with a couple of lens (token 12-24, nik 50 mm and some others zoom..) but i'm in the point to decide what system to buy.
My budget 1500 euro / 2000 $ approx. for a starter kit. ( 1 port 1 flash)
The decision is not easy for me:
i love the compact and lens quality of Nikonos system and i want similar quality, but is better to go to dSLR housing and keep my Nikon D200 or going to a micro 4/3 system like the Panasonic GH2 or Oly PL3 or similar ?
with old Nikon i can buy an used system ( Ikelite ?) and save some for a new lens, and port…but lower resolution , no video and quite old technology compared to the new micro 4/3. and bulky…very bulky
with micro 4/3 stuff : greater resolution, video, new technology and relative compact system but i think expensive and lag ???
Resolution is important but lens quality and lighting much more…
any advice to help me to decide?
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