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  1. Appreciate the response. Yeah you’ve addressed some of my thoughts there, mainly the reach. I’ve considered going with the Sony 16-35 f2.8 but it seems the seafrogs lens port chart won’t support it, so I’ve come back to looking at the tamron 17-28 once again, but looking back to the dreaded seafrogs chart it seems like only a 6 inch dome is compatible for whatever reason. Bit of a minefield here [emoji51] can’t wait to finally find a working solution. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks Phil, a good read and great pics too! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Thanks for the response. I’ve managed to DIY the housing a bit to get a better fit, and less vignette, so cropping the last little bit looks like the best option! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Hey, So as the forum suggests I’m pretty new to underwater photography, and have just upgraded from a Sony a6300 to an A7r iii with a pair of ys-d2 strobes. I’m using a seafrogs housing with a 6 inch dome (will upgrade to 8inch when I stop travelling) and a Sony 14mm 1.8GM lens for wide angle. The seafrogs lens port chart said the lens was compatible but when I look through the viewfinder there is a slight vignette in each corner. My questions are: 1. Will this be a significant issue, considering I’m aware I’ll lose corner sharpness anyway with a 6 inch dome so maybe the cropping won’t be the worst thing. 2. Is this fixable somehow and does anyone have similar experience possibly with a Seafrogs housing? I know most people on here use nauticam etc but that’s way outside my budget. 3. Is the 14mm 1.8gm lens worth using for underwater photography? There’s next to no info online regarding this and I haven’t had a chance to take it into the water yet, and when I do it’ll probably be too late to try sell it and get a new lens if not. Are there any recommendations for a wide angle lens for (hopefully) shooting big pelagics? All help and related advice is appreciated! Thank you Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Hello, I’m a marine biologist and divemaster from Ireland but I’m about to begin travelling around south east Asia and Australia. I’ve taken my camera on maybe 50 dives so far so it’s still all new to me and this seems like the best place to soak up some knowledge! I’m still undecided on focusing on either macro or wide angle, but I studied sharks for a while and think that’s the path my photography will follow too I’m shooting on Sony a7r iii in a sea frogs housing with a pair of ys-d2 strobes
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