I belong to a LX100 Facebook group and someone posted this. It's shot with LX100, I think there is color grading applied. I asked the question but haven't get any response. So, how is it compare to Canon? I say darn close!
So, my question is, has anyone use the Dyron wide angle lens before? It's clearly cheaper than Nauticam WWL-1.
I had a bad experience with Bluewater before, they list a certain wide angle lens work the Panasonic LX-7, so I ordered it. Then turn out the lens give really bad vignette, luckily they let me return it even though I tried it at the pool. I stayed away from Bluewater since then.
Alright, I looked at this from my 4K monitor, and looks like the grading is holding up. The sky do not have any banding. So those who have GH4, you might want to play around with it. I know underwater might be a bit challenging due to lost of light, but if you dive in tropical water with 100' visibility, I think it's worth a try!
The article is mostly for RX10 II, but it also mention the RX100 IV:
- S-log2 base ISO is 1600
- 4K video recording will get overheat warning
For a 1" sensor, ISO1600 probably will have a lot problem, but then does people use S-log2 underwater?
If I read the article right, after record 4K video for 5 minutes. the next time you can only record for about 2 minutes before the overhead warning come up. So the question is, if the camera is in the housing, would the heat issue become worse since heat dissipation would be a lot slower in the housing (especially in acrylic housing like Ikelite).