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Hollywoodivers

Member Since 30 Apr 2005
Offline Last Active Sep 08 2014 10:00 PM
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In Topic: Comparing Canon: PowerShot G1 X Mark II vs 70d

07 September 2014 - 09:34 PM

I have been using a 70D for the last few months. I find it to be really enjoyable to use in a Sea and Sea Housing and compact with the Tokina 10-17 mm Dome Port.   Just don't even know where to begin when making the comparison to a G1X. Totally different experience. You may want to rent a couple of different setups before buying.  I can vouch for the 70D and would Recommend the Sea and Sea and or the Nauticam housing with the 10-17 or a 100 mm Macro .


In Topic: slightly used Olympus OMD EM-5 with Nauticam Housing,12-50 and 9-18 included

15 August 2014 - 02:52 PM

The 12-50 Port and Gear System Sold Individually Already. Now I have the 9-18mm port with lens and gear with the rest. It's now like this

EM5 Camera Body with Oly 9-18 mm lens

Port and Gear for 9-18mm

Housing included.  Wrist Lanyard Included

 

can be seen here with my new price

http://www.hollywood...ens-with-ports/

 

Again see the pics guys. And to answer your question ...at this point yes I am willing to break it up into pieces if needed.


In Topic: Tripods

29 June 2014 - 07:53 AM

I use an ultralight Tripod Triple clamp. Is has a 1/4 20 bolt coming out of it and I have mounted both a camera housing or slave strobe to a clamp to it.
on ulcs.com

AC-TRI - Tripod clamp, has cut outs in the bottom piece to allow for arms to be 
used as legs of the tripod so the tripod can be laid completely flat
See tripod on what's new page
 

it is multi purpose and will work with ball mount arms that you probobly already own


In Topic: Member introductions

12 April 2014 - 06:25 PM

Hi my Name is Hal Wells. I have been Reading the posts and news on WP for a while but have never participated. I am now moving into the 4k world with Black Magic Cinema Cam and I also have a Black Magic Pocket Cam in a Nauticam Housing that really works. I am looking for others who may be shooting with these or the Pany GH4.