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Namton

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About Namton

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    Sea Nettle

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bangkok, Thailand

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    A7RIII + 8-15 F4L
  • Camera Housing
    Nauticam + 140 mm dome port
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea & sea YS-D3

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  1. Hello Mr.Joss, Thanks for sharing your experience. My setup is Nauticam housing for A7RIII + Canon fisheye 8-15 + extension + 140mm fisheye dome port = 800 g YS-D3 x2 = -50 g Weefine 2300 focus light = 250 g Total = 1000g + ~500g for 7 clamps and 2 arms I think I will stick with only fisheye setup, I'm not a professional photographer and I'm not used to shoot macro shots. I wish I will buy Nauticam diameter 70 x 250 mm carbon fiber floats x2 (buoyancy = 520 g each ) and weigh it underwater. After that I will fine tune the buoyancy with high density foam or maybe buy small floats.
  2. Thank you for your advice. I appreciated your valuable information. Maybe I will try all my setup with 2 floats (Nauticam 70x250mm) and all clamps. Then, I will weigh it again and consider how many negative buoyancy do I have. I will consider it and let you know. Many thanks again.
  3. For the update, I just weigh my setup UW (fresh water) A7RIII + 8-15 + extension 30 + 140mm glass dome = 800 g YS-D3 x2 = -50 g weefine 2300 focus light = 250 g I need Nauticam long clamps x2 , standard clamps x5 and Nauticam 125 mm double ball arm x2 Anyone know the weight of each Nauticam clamp and double balll arm underwater? However , I think Nauticam diameter 70 x 250 mm carbon fiber floats x2 (buoyancy = 520 g each ) are the nearest neutral buoyancy for my setup. Please let me know your thoughts and suggestions. Thanks
  4. I just weigh my setup UW (fresh water) A7RIII + 8-15 + extension + 140mm dome = 800 g YS-D3 x2 = -50 g weefine 2300 focus light = 250 g I need Nauticam long clamps x2 , standard clamps x5 and Nauticam 125 mm double ball arm x2 I think Nauticam diameter 70 x 250 mm carbon fiber floats x2 (buoyancy = 520 g each ) are the nearest neutral buoyancy for my setup. Please let me know your thoughts and suggestions. Thanks
  5. Thanks Chris for your good advice. From your recommendation , I think I will buy the long clamps x2 ( Use between housing and floats) and standard clamps x4 for the rest. But before that I have to weigh my gear UW and see how much buoyancy do I need. Thanks again.
  6. In my country, there is no dealer of Stix brand. It's so sad.
  7. Thanks Tim for your valuable advice. I afraid INON mega float is quite too big in diameter to me too.
  8. Hello, I would like to know which one do you choose 1. INON Mega float M - buoyancy 650g - diameter 97mm ( quite big ) - length 224mm vs 2. Nauticam carbon fiber diameter 70x300mm - Buoyancy 670g The buoyancy is almost the same, but the big different is diameter and length. Which one do you prefer and why? Thanks for your opinion. Namton
  9. Thanks Mr.ChrisRoss for your good information. I will try to weigh my system with luggage scale. Many thanks.
  10. Hi from Bangkok, Thailand. I'm an ameteur underwater photographer (Beginner) but I frequently shoot landscape, panoramic photography and macro ( intraoral dental photographs). After research about housing, strobes and underwater photography technique , I bought my first full system (not include my old gopro4 and sony FDRx3000) My gears: A7Riii + metabones + 8-15 F4L Nauticam housing + port adaptor + extension ring 30 + Nauticam 140 mm fisheye dome port Sea & Sea YS-D3 + diffuser + mini flash trigger Weefine 2300 focus light x1 I wish I will buy INON mega float M -650g x2 + INON float M -135g x2 Total = -1570g But I'm not sure it gonna work. I see a lot photographers use Sony A7 with 8-15 and Nauticam 140 mm dome port. Please advise if you have any suggestions about buoyancy. Thanks Namton
  11. Hi from Bangkok, Thailand. I'm an ameteur underwater photographer (Beginner) but I frequently shoot landscape, panoramic photography and macro ( intraoral dental photographs). After research about housing, strobes and underwater photography technique , I bought my first full system (not include my old gopro4 and sony FDRx3000) My gears: A7Riii + metabones + 8-15 F4L Nauticam housing + port adaptor + extension ring 30 + Nauticam 140 mm fisheye dome port Sea & Sea YS-D3 + diffuser + mini flash trigger Weefine 2300 focus light x1 I also bought INON mega float M -650g x2 + INON float M -135g x2 Total = -1570g But I'm not sure that I gonna work with my system. If someone have system just like me ( or nearly ) Please advise if you have any suggestions about buoyancy. Thanks Namton
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