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juicebuster2

Member Since 21 Apr 2012
Offline Last Active Oct 23 2014 10:53 AM
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Micro 4/3rds Nauticam Sony Nex5, Nauticam, 2 x Inon lenses, Dome + Flat ports + WA+ Zoo...

24 September 2014 - 04:23 AM

For sale is this great set up which is suitable for all. It's lightweight for travel yet the quality of images is nearly like a DSLR so makes a perfect all rounder.

  • Sony NEX5 with 10-55 zoom Lens plus f2.0/16mm wide angle lens, fish eye converter (Sony VCL ECF1), SD card, spare battery and case.
  • Nauticam NEX5 housing, dome port and flat port  for both lens' and zoom gear for the zoom lens.
  • Nauticam easy tray with ball mounts for the two Inon D2000 strobes which have a slave function with diffusers and optical cables.
  • Four ultralight 0" double ball arms, six ultralight clamps.
  • Fantasea mini LED focusing light with Locline mount and shoe.

 

All in excellent condition and well over £4K if bought new

£2250

Will ship abroad but will want money in the bank before it goes and purchaser will pay shipping. I may split for the right offers.

 

 

 

 

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WTB Micro 4/3rds camera and housing

04 June 2014 - 09:23 AM

Hi All

 

If any one has a camera and housing that they want to sell anything is considered, preferably with either no lens or an 8mm.

 

I am based in the UK.

 

Cheers

 

Jools


Best system setup for cave and wide angle photography

04 June 2014 - 09:06 AM

Hi Guys

 

I would like to do some photography on my dives and the type of stuff I will be doing would be cave and wreck diving while travelling so, while my initial demands narrow the choice down there is some scope for choice of brands and whatnot.

 

My first requirements are:

  • low weight for travelling
  • good quality for internet publishing

This leads me to think that micro 4/3rds would be the best option

 

My second requirements would be 

  • Good low light to make the best in caves and wreck
  • a good wide angle setup for both these

I had been mooching around at the Panasonic and Sony range with Nauticam housings and had hoped for peoples thoughts on these, or others as systems.

 

Cheers

Jools