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harrizonb

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  1. This camera unit has been sold. Thankyou for your interest!
  2. The Camera is being sent from, Oregon, USA. I am happy to post internationally. Again, as I stated before this is a cost that you will need to pay. I will pay for insurance on the unit myself, so that we are all protected.
  3. I washed the camera every time I came out of the water. I would let the camera soak in lukewarm water to ensure I would remove all the salt from the unit. I never opened up the unit on the water, only at home in a clean, sand free environment. I would lubricate and check the O-rings and the built-in sensor every time the unit was used. I just want to give you the idea that the unit is well looked after by someone who knew what they were doing. If you have any questions, please fire away.
  4. Looking to sell my underwater setup. I am currently unable to use it and am looking to sell it on. Looking for asking price or best offer. Fully functional looked after well. Will upload photos shortly. I am sure if you are looking at this you will know that Naudicam underwater cases are built to last. This case feel bomb proof. Its why I purchased it. I felt confident to put my camera inside and taking it underwater. A simple upgrade kit can be purchased to be used with GH4 for only 20 dollars! So what come with this sale: NA-GH3 housing for Panasonic Lumix GH3 camera P1235-Z Panasonic Lumix G X VARIO 12-35mm F2.8 ASPH. POWER O.I.S.zoom gear 6'' wide angle port for Lumix G Vario 7-14mm F4 ASPH Flexitray plate II W with left handle Postage is not included.
  5. Hey, my first post so hello to all. This camera blows me out the water. I had some thoughts on this regarding using it for underwater shooting and was hoping for some people to help me out. I have found this article really helpful, breaking down all the information on the camera, give recommends on a whole host of lens and converts http://wolfcrow.com/blog/the-blackmagic-pocket-camera-guide-part-two-lenses-filters-matteboxes-and-follow-focus-systems/ . Now a lot of people love the fact that you can put lots of lens on but for underwater shooting, I personally would like my camera to be able to auto focus, so I can quickly capture the video I want, I want a nice wide lens, and want a lens which is going to be stabilised/sharp so I do have to worry about any wobble in my image... apart from anything which might be created with the wobbling of the sensor (I don't know if it does, I know on DSLR set ups it does). 1) I leaned that the blackmagic pocket has an active MFT mount, which allows you to control the autofocus and IRIS controls, provided you have the right lens. This makes the camera compatible lenses (from the list, acquired from the link above) the Panasonic or Olympus models. 2) For what I want to film at present, I need a good wide shot. With Panasonic 8mm f/3.5 ED Fisheye Lens I will get, with the 2.88 crop factor, the equivalent of a 23mm lens. When I take this underwater this no longer going to be wide angle. If a company made a wet fish eye lens for this camera do you know if it will take it down to wide angle or not? 3) does any one know any dates on when any underwater unit will be released?
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