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trimix125

Member Since 05 Feb 2013
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In Topic: Lens choices for a MFT system

23 October 2014 - 11:30 AM

Hi,
i have the 60mm macro, the 8mm fisheye and the 12 - 60mm in underwater use.
The 12mm has not seen water yet ;-)) That will change next year.
The 60mm you can use with a Subsee +10 as well.
http://www.reefdesig...nilao_2014.html
All pics here marked with Wolfgang are made with the OMD5e and the lenses from above.
Regards,
Wolfgang
PS: @ Phil
The water is to blue for Anilao last february, or?


In Topic: WTB Zen WA-100 Dome Port for Olympus Rig

31 August 2014 - 07:47 AM

Hi,
look here:
http://www.ebay.at/i...984.m1423.l2649

regards,
Wolfgang


In Topic: Best system setup for cave and wide angle photography

05 June 2014 - 02:00 AM

Hi Jools,

the fisheye was a converter, so not to compair with a real lens.
Was not sharp in the corners as i would have liked it....
And there was / is still no longer macro lens available....

The setup was very small, that was the good thing.
But there is now the housing comeing for the new OMDe 10. That looks small as well.

Regards,
Wolfgang


In Topic: Best system setup for cave and wide angle photography

04 June 2014 - 09:26 AM

Hi Jools,

in caves it takes a lot of strobes to get good pics....
Have been using only two ( one on the camera, other at buddie ) and in that way you can only light small spots....
If you wanna light a bigger room, it takes 5 to x strobes.
Have met slovakian cave divers in Tulmum, one camera, 5 divers and 10 strobes.....

Had a Sony Nex5 in the nauticam housing before, now changed to Olympus OMD5, and now i am happy.

Regards,
Wolfgang


In Topic: Sea & Sea YS-250 Pro Strobe leaking

03 June 2014 - 01:23 PM

Hi,
to update this thread.......
I have 2 of this strobes, since years and they always did well....
2 weeks ago i had a pool shooting, and there was a little water in both battery compartments.
Thought that i should have cleaned and greased them maybe a little bit....
So i did this and prepared them again.
Today i did a dive in a melting water lake, high altitude and cold.
Both strobes did well, but i could see some bubbles from one of the over pressure valves from one cap.
Worked still fine.
After the dive i opened both strobes and there was some water in both.
Never had this before.
Could it be that this happens while shallow diving?
Is it possible to repair that valve?

Regards,
Wolfgang