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LocoMotion

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  1. Thanks. So take the 12-35mm out of the equation, and note that I'm not selling the 8mm due to needing it elsewhere. What's the preferred dome for 4K on the 8mm? I might eventually get there, but adding a 14-42+wet lens+adapters is a more expensive route.
  2. New Member Disclaimer: If there is a better place to ask this question, please let me know! I currently own a GH4 along with the Olympus 8mm/1.8 Fisheye Pro and Panasonic 12-35mm/2.8. I'm interested in building a video rig around a Nauticam housing. I'm more interested in using the 8mm (CFWA, reef-scapes and over/under), but would like to have the option to use the 12-35mm as well. According to Zen, the DP170 accommodates both lenses. Can anyone tell me how these lenses would behave in the 170mm dome? Is there a better dome option that covers both lenses, or will I need two different dome/ring configurations? Also, does the crop in 4K mode on the GH4 change the decision-making process at all?
  3. New member from Orlando, Florida. I frequently drift dive off southeast Florida and am increasingly interested in underwater videography. Currently using two GoPro 4 Black cameras on a rack with 2x Sola 2500 Video lights, I'm looking to build a proper video rig based on a Panasonic GH4 (currently own body with 12-35mm/2.8 and Olympus 8mm/1.8).
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