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  1. I have a brand new Shearwater Perdix computer. I have used it on only ONE dive. Approx 55min of logged diving. No real reason for sale. My diving is being pushed for at least another year due to school, so Im going to sell it and make use of the money for school tuition/books since I wont be using it. Asking Price: $1000 CAD Shipping is included depending on area - Please provide your address PayPal fees are not included PLEASE EMAIL ME (I might not be checking here often): dop-michaelfrymus@live.com
  2. Who has used the Canon 11-24mm underwater? I dont have a dslr at the moment, as Im deciding which full package would be best. Instead of using the 8-15mm fisheye, I thought about the 11-24 lens instead. I know it will be more money, but other than the cost, thoughts on this lens?
  3. Please PM if interested; SONY RX100 I $300 CAD +$15 shipping (if required) Includes: Camera, battery, charging cable Item location: South of Toronto Condition: 8/10. Has a few some scuff small marks on the back corners. It actually looks worse in the photo than it is. LCD is clean. No marks/scratches.
  4. mfrymus

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    US only?? Why limit yourself. Wont ship to Canada?
  5. ALSO willing to buy the MARK II version
  6. Looking for a housing for the RX100 mk.i Prefer the discontinued Nauticam Housing. If I'm correct, it should accept the newer WW-1 lens. Which is why im interested in this until. My 2nd option is the Recsea housing. *Do not require anything else but the housing. Unless you have the Nauticam tray & handles with it*
  7. I have also been saving up for a new full frame camera, but I'm still indecisive whether the Sony A7II / AR7II is worth it or with one of the Canon 5D cameras. With a gig coming up in about 2 months, I don't want to feel pressured into an expensive rig and regretting it down the road. So I'll think about it some more. In the mean time, I've been thinking of using my RX100 instead for the underwater photography job I have coming up. It will be a lot of wide angle photography of divers. Taking photos of first time divers and also experienced divers in the ocean. I've been wondering if the RX100 would be sufficient / better for Wide & Macro photography compared to the RX100 iii / iv Price is not a problem. Not much of a difference. But the mk. iv is a bigger jump. The RX100 iii / iv has faster lenses Its wider, which is good, I would need wide, but heard it may not be good as wide angle lenses are better on 28mm than 24mm Anything other pros/cons? Worth the upgrade or stay with the mk.i? - If so, which? *Will not be using it for video* RX100 i + Recsea UW Housing + Wide angle wet lens (Undecided - UWL-04 Fisheye or WA-100 + Dome) RX100 iii / iv + Nauticam UW Housing + WW-1 Either will have a (1-2x) +7 or +10 diopter for macro. Either will have (2x) Sea & Sea YS-D2 strobes
  8. Going Full Frame soon, and I'm debating whether the Sony 28mm f/2.0 with the 16mm fisheye converter is going to be a wide enough lens. It is a prime lens, which Im honestly not a big fan of. I prefer the flexibility with zooms. The only other option I see is a Canon 8-15mm, but i don't think it will be really usable as it will vignette on most focal lengths. There are crop sensor wide angle lenses, like the 10-18, but still, only about 12-17mm of usable area. So, if I do stick with the 16mm fisheye, will this be wide enough? Or would I be better off getting the Canon fisheye or another wide rectilinear lens?
  9. Ok. I gotcha. Thanks. I just thought it would be easier to purchase a light like this; with both a video and stills capability as it would reduce the amount of gear, probably cost less, and be able to do both underwater if needed. The DS161 has a 500 lumens video light. Thats not powerful enough is it? That new one ^ looks cool. and more powerful.
  10. No. No. For photography I will be using strobes. For Video, I will be using continuous lights. There is an Ikelite I found the DS161. That has both a video light built into the flash unit. I was asking if there was a light that has two lights in one unit, rather than having two separate lighting fixtures.
  11. I don't understand what that has to do with my question?
  12. I know nothing about lighting for underwater. I've been doing on land stuff for several years through. Mainly focusing on the video portion. Wondering, is there a light that is good for photo/video use? - strobe and continuous. Or would I be best getting separate lights? Which lights? Will be using the Sony A7ii with ikelite housing Im thinking about dual lights, rather than just one... without spending a boat load of money as I don't have too much money to spend on this. Gotta pay for school. *Shooting people mainly at the moment (capturing memories) but later in the days I will be shifting focus on the marine life.
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