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Eitan Ben Tsvi

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  1. Do you know about an article or a post? showing examples of the same WA pics ( more or less ~) with the same camera and lens.... but with 3 different domes ? like 4" , 6" , and 8/9" I'm looking for the explanations but more the actual pics examples ?
  2. Hi all ​Interesting discussion.... I am waiting for one of the "heavy cannon brands" ...or maybe the small/unknown ones...to launch "the solution " that should be already born in my opinion>>>> for all the DSLR/Reflex underwater housings/cameras : 1. Monitor >> that is connected to a micro camera >> that is placed on the camera view finder! yes yes.... instead of the optical "old "wet /external viewfinder. if you try to put your smartphone camera directly on your camera viewfinder, you will understand the potential so simple and so obvious! 2. light weight! thin monitor....the technology exists already! 3. THE MOST SIMPEL WAY FOR MONITOR ....SMARTPHONE MONITOR! in an universal minimal housing that you buy once...and you can place any smartphone . and control only the screen or more via an APP
  3. I am with the same dilemma this days...I am with Nikon D7200 I think the answer should be different, whether it is feeding station ​or sharks/big fish at the wild.... At the wild you will find the 10mm,even on Dx camera, not so effective and 17mm...much better = but not always That is why I am going to try also Kenko X1.4 , on my next diving trip
  4. You are right of course....but let me try to explain better my question first of all I am already working in the same concept you describe...the "Interchangeable" way, with the Sony A6000 and 90mm macro (fantastic!) lens , and 10-18 wide angel lens. both are sony. I like this set up very much! but I don't have fisheye...with Sony So I decided to add Nikon D7200 = only because of the tokina 10-17 fisheye lens.( My housing let me use 2 cameras or more) I am new to nikon, and don't know about setup options .... I don't need macro lens or wide angel lens or fisheye lens. I already use them I simply looking for as much as possiable flexiable lens...to try and see what are the possibilities THANKS ======== Now I see I post it by mistake on the wrong section Sorry..... Managers = Please move it ...if possible ? ======= .
  5. I am actually looking for a "point and shoot " zoom style lens with macro capabilities, for my nikon D7200 a lens, also with proper wide ...even without the dome effect
  6. WOW ! Thx for the test and the sharing...I just saw it now I is very interesting to see a comparison, also to white Dome diffuser.... how will the light spread ​Did you check this too or know about a test like this ?
  7. Looking for a good resort/diving club at Sinai Peninsula - Red sea, That has the "know how" to work with underwater photographers I would like to focus on Sharm El Sheikh, Tiran Island , Ras mohammed etc. ​any recommendations? Many Thanks
  8. I don't think I will have problem placing the EA4 / 2 ....but I will have to check it of course I'm using the Easydive Wi3 housing - that is a multi universal housing and has a lot of space inside it ( I even combine a power bank made of 2 X 18650 panasinic batteries that gives me full diving day with 4 dives and upto 1200 shoots....without replaceing the battery ) I am hesitating to buy a solution that I didn"t see how it is actually working ​I thought that the matabone + 10-17 Tokina is a winner
  9. one of the reasons the autofocus is slow ...is that this adaptor apply only 15 AF points in the center ....instead of the all 179 points on the A6000 for example
  10. .....it is good idea I know. I thought about it (LA-EA2 is the Aps-c model) and tried to ask sigma if they know it will work - and they don't I'm trying to find out if someone actually test it THX
  11. On Metabones Lens compatibility chart >> under " Fast AF on all E-mount cameras" they also listed the Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 DX for Canon Did you have / heard about any actual experience with this combo? THX!
  12. mmmm.....yes I've just checked it too - very strange they didn't solve this... you should expect it to work with all native Sigma APS-C lens...no? Any way, How would be the combination of the Metabones Mk IV with Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 DX , in your opinion? Or other solution for quality fisheye? on the sony A6000? THX!
  13. The new Sigma MC-11 adapter has very good results with the sony E-mount and the Sigma 10mm fisheye (APS-C) also looks very promising with great reviews and 13.5cm Minimum Focusing Distance. What do you think about this combination....with the Sony A6000, for underwater photography? CWFA etc.?
  14. THX I use the 10-18 much less than the 90mm....so there is only few pics. sorry ( I'm simply addicted to the 90mm ) I intend to use it more in the future About your question regarding the focus options limitation...it is actually quite the opposite. No limitations I can control all the camera functions , including Menu Entry and Focus modes
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