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  1. Hi @Eransalah , do you have the pack still aviable?
  2. Thank you very much for your comments @TimG and @troporobo, I'll take note.
  3. As the title says I'm searching for the M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm F2.8 Macro and the port for Nauticam, I've an Olympus Mark II in nauticam housing. Thanks,
  4. Thank you very much for your help @ChrisRoss. Reading you in other messages was important to choose the EM1 Mark II. Finally I'll buy the 60 mm macro (I love nudibranchs and I make lot of macro). May be later I'll think in other options. Sorry @AntF for encroaching your post, but I am very interested on the lenses you were talking about. Thanks again!
  5. Hello, I've just bought an used EM1 Mark II in Nauticam housing. It comes with de Panasonic 8 mm fisheye and the 4.33" dome for it. I'm thinking about buying another lenses and ports. Olympus 60 mm macro: I think it's a must. I will need the N85 Macro Port 65 (36163). And finally I was thinking in a more versatile lens: - At first I thought in the Olympus 14-42EZ, I'll need the Nauticam Power Zoom Macro Port 29 (about 400$). The deepshots gear costs about 60$. First question: is it possible to use the same port for 60 mm an 14-42 with any extension ring? - Finally I've seen great pictures with the Olympus 12-50 mm which seems really versatile. The issue is I'll need to sell a kidney for the gear and port: about 1.000$ (a little bit cheaper with the deepshots gear). I worths the price for the 12-50 vs 14-42? Thanks in advanced!
  6. Hello! As my name says I'm Dani, from Spain. I have just change my compact setup (Canon s120 in Isotta housing) for an Olympus EM1 Mark II and I have to learn a lot about lenses, ports ect. Thank you!
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