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Humu797

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Humu797 last won the day on April 26 2018

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About Humu797

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    http://humuhumuscuba.smugmug.com

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    Oahu, Hawaii
  • Interests
    Scuba, photography, film photography, current events, progressive politics, science, medicine, ADA issues, service dogs.

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    United States
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Olympus OM-D E-M5
  • Camera Housing
    Nauticam
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea & Sea YS-D1
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    Ultralight arms

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  1. I've seen M5 users posting their photos here. I just can't bite the bullet to buy a new Nauticam housing just yet. I would, I think, when I kill my m43 Olympus which haven't died yet. Craig
  2. This is probably a long shot but I’m looking for a replacement camera tray that screws into the base of an Olympus E-PL5 then slides into place inside the NA-EPL5 housing. Any help appreciated. Thanks!
  3. Hi Alan. If youre willing to part with one, Im in. PM sent.
  4. Curious as well. Ive been using the EOS M5 as my walk around camera because its so compact. The 11-22 might be a nice lens underwater as it focuses to less than six inches and its magnification is 0.3x Ive using an Olympus E-M5 in a Nauticam housing with the 9-18mm which is roughly equivalent.
  5. Send a request for money via PayPal to humu9679@gmail.com. Shipping to the US Waipahu, Hawaii 96797. Thanks!
  6. Hi Tim. Im on my iPhone so I dont see that. Ill try the desktop. Gracias.
  7. Im looking for a way to change the e-mail address I use on this forum. My searches have failed. Any help appreciated. Thanks, Craig
  8. Received in fine shape! Thanks George!
  9. Sounds fantastic. I shoot m43 and have been seeking an all-in-one set up for years. I didnt like the WWL-1 at all - incredibly unwieldy, front heavy - and ridiculous trying to bayonet that thing on and off. Hopefully this is reasonably balanced with a flip diopter holder.
  10. There are plenty of wide options, including Olympus 9-18 and Panasonic 7-14 - and Ive used them both, but what is missed is a zoom that is long enough to shoot portraits, and wide enough to shoot people and a little scenery for what I do much of the time. I shoot Canon above water, but that particular lens isnt long enough for me.
  11. Probably right about trying to wrench that into a port. Id be happy with a slower (and skinnier) lens with that zoom range.
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