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About oblomovbukowsky

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    Sea Wasp

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon S90
  • Camera Housing
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Inon D2000 type 4
  • Accessories
    ULCS arms and tray, Fantasea BigEye M67
  1. Hey all, This is my first post here. First of all, I apologize if my questions have been asked before. I've tried using the search function here and on other websites, but I can't find any satisfactory answer. Please point out to me to any relevant thread. I bought a Canon S90 and Ikelite housing in 2010, but I haven't had much chance to use them. So I am still very new to this. Recently, I bought an Inon D2000 and I am now planning to buy some wet lenses, macro and WA. From my readings, I have my eyes on Inon UCL-165M67 and FIX UWL-04. If you know of better alternatives, please let me know. My Ikelite housing has a 67mm port, but I'm thinking of getting an adapter ring that will allow AD lenses to be mounted onto my port. Something like this http://www.bristolcameras.co.uk/p-10-bar-67mm-to-ad-mount-adapter.htm. My main goal is to facilitate easier lens changing underwater. My questions are: 1. How do I mount a FIX UWL-04 to the now AD port? 2. Will the added distance change the capability of the UCL-165 and the UWL-04? 3. Assuming I use some kind of adapter, do I need to zoom in to avoid vignetting with the UWL-04? 4. Is it worth changing to AD lens? Or should I just stick to M67? 5. Are there better alternatives (in terms of IQ) to UCL-165 and the UWL-04? My plan is to shoot the wet lens with the current camera for a year or so, before upgrading the camera. Thank you all. Looking forward to answers. Regards
  2. Hey all, I took up diving 3 years ago and bought a Canon S90 in an Ikelite housing one year after that. Unfortunately, I haven't had much practice. So, my skills are still quite low. I recently bought an Inon D2000 strobe and now researching to get macro and WA lenses. Hoping to learn a lot from this site. Thank you. PS: I am based in Indonesia.
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