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Matt Sullivan

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  1. Hey all. If anybody had a decent condition Nauticam d700 housing they no longer have a use for, please let me know, I’m interested. my email is matthew@9milesnorth.com if that’s easier thanks! matt
  2. Hey all. selling my Nauticam WACP-1 and 35mm n120 extension ring. Glass is pristine, it was just replaced by Nauticam. I love this optic and it hurts to let it go but there is other gear that would better serve the majority of my shooting. Retail for both = $5093 Selling for $4400 (shipping included in CONUS) Feel free to message me with any questions. I have more pictures but for whatever reason am not able to upload more than one Matt
  3. Hi, so the 13mm is NOT yet converted for digital use?
  4. Red Irish Lord perfectly perched on a sponge. At God's Pocket Nikon D500, Nauticam Housing, Nikon 10.5mm Fisheye, 2x Retra Flashes, ISO 100, f11, 1/125
  5. Adam, you're the only other person I've heard besides me, prefer the d500 over the 850 for underwater use. D4/4s is still my preferred camera to shoot underwater, not having shot a D5, but after that, d500 all day. I don't think the 850 has a significant advantage underwater in terms of IQ (IMHO) and the d500 edges it out everywhere else I think. The RS13 is fantastic on any of the Nikon bodies, significantly sharper than anything else I've used for WA (exception being the WACP which matches it)
  6. the Sigma 150 is another option and again, just a specific extension ring will allow it to work
  7. if you're referring to the CMC-1 vs CMC-2, the CMC-1 provides stronger magnification. In terms of optical quality, theyre identical
  8. Hi Matt,

    I heard at Bluewater you moved back east. How are things?

    Mike

     

  9. small article on Nauticam's site with sony and the wacp. https://www.nauticam.com/blogs/news/wacp-on-sony Pretty much all the zoom lenses used with the wacp are 'slow' (sony 28-70, canon 28-70, Nikon 28-70, etc) and are old. But underwater, behind that piece of glass they perform exceptionally. I believe I checked into the tamron 28-75 a while ago and the physical dimensions of the lens would require pretty significant extensions if I recall correctly. I'm sure if they haven't tested it already, they will at some point.
  10. well you can use the wacp on the d500 and would still produce stellar results. I love the d500 (and that's after shooting the 850 a LOT) and I opted to house the d500. I have no qualms about the d500 IQ and if you pair it with great glass youre going to get great results. Use it with the 18-55 and you have pretty much the exact same versatility as the 28-70 would be on the 850. And both those lenses are incredibly cheap so im not sure the wacp should be the deciding factor between the d500 and 850 i'm not sure any of what I just said helped...
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