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In Topic: Nikon D810 in D800 housings: Compatibility check

18 January 2015 - 11:26 PM

I suggest you choose Nexus in the future since its housing is upgradable, like this:



In Topic: Nikon D810 in Seacam D800 Housing

18 January 2015 - 11:24 PM









In Topic: Nauticam or ULCS arms

18 January 2015 - 07:31 PM

Please try INON float arm system and lens holder:





In Topic: a6000 lens for underwater + underwater case

18 January 2015 - 07:16 PM

Please check Sea&Sea for Sony A6000:

Sea&Sea MDX-α6000 for SONY a6000



Sea&Sea ML Flat Port 33 #30120


You can choose Sony SEL30M35 or Sony SELP1650 lens.

Sea&Sea ML Dome Port #30121


Since it’s Acrylic dome port, the price is cheaper than glass one.

In Topic: OMD EM5 and Pana 8mm Fisheye which dome

18 January 2015 - 07:06 PM

Plastic will scratch. But once in the water they will be non relevant.
- and you can polish them out if needed

Glass is obviously stronger, but once scratched, that's it :-(

Glass has better water dispersion. (I believe) So if you want to do lots of above/below spilt shots, glass would be better.

These are points I've gleaned from wetpixel etc. There are many on here with vastly more experience in these things, why not give a call to ReefPhoto or similar. When I've needed advice, the guys there have been exceptional.

but I've always stuck to glass, to me having plastic lenses just doesn't seem right :-)

F.I.T also do a glass dome for the 8mm on the Mirrorless mount.


F.I.T. 4.33'' Optical Glass Dome Port for Nauticam M43 MILC Housing