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    Olympus E-M5II

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  1. Hi, I'm selling a 170mm dome port compatible with any Nauticam N85 housing, just like this one: https://www.uwcamerastore.com/zen-dp-170-n85ii-optical-glass-dome-port-v2-for-nauticam-n85 Model: Zen Underwater NA-DP-170-N85 II Serial number: 1603431 Port is made from a premium optical glass and is compatible with the following lenses: Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-40mm 1:2.8 PRO Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm 1:2 Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 9-18mm 1:4.0-5.6 Panasonic Lumix G Vario 7-14mm F4 ASPH Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm F2.8 ASPH Power OIS Sony E 10-18mm F4 OSS Port comes with original neoprene cover. Shipping from Krakow, Poland. Personal pickup possible. 1250 euro for new, asking 1050.
  2. Hi, I'm selling Nauticam zoom gear for Olympus 12-40 - Nauticam #36045, mint condition. 228 euro for a new one, asking 180.
  3. Hi, I'm selling my Nauticam zoom gear for Panasonic 7-14 - Nauticam #36142, mint condition. 228 euro for a new one, asking 180.
  4. Ok, so I polished the dome with Polywatch and must say that it improved much. I would give it a little more work, but the 5g tube runned out quickly. It's clear to me now, that Novus #2 grit size is a bit too much, and some additional, finer polish needs to be used after it.
  5. Hi, thanks for replies. Like I said, I did remove the biggest scratches with Novus #3, so no need for sandpapers. Then used #2 and now it looks quite nice. The issue is that when I look through the dome into the bright light source, I see thousands of micro scratches which distort the light rays. I tried using #1 and it didn't help (I think it's not abrasive). I think I need something less abrasive then Novus #2 and more abrasive than toothpaste (which I also tried). I'm going to try Polywatch polish: https://www.polywatch.de/en/plastic-polish/
  6. Hi, after reading many reports from people who succesfully removed scratches using Novus polish i tried to do the same with my dome port. Started from polish no. 3 (heavy scratch remover) I was able to remove the biggest scratch, but introduced like hundrets of new smaller ones. Then using polish no. 2 (fine scratch remover) I removed previously introduced scratches but introduced new, even smaller ones. I can see them when looking through the dome into a light source. I tried to repeat last step a few times, turning the dome 90 degrees, and the scratches stay there, only changing direction. What am I doing wrong ? Thanks! Piotr
  7. The only thing I can see, when looking into the port opening of the housing, is a small zoom gear, which would disappear when pulled out. There is no any other gear or lever. Not sure if you still have the case to be able to check that.
  8. Wow, fantastic! Makes me wanna dump photography and switch to movies...
  9. I just tried to install camera again, and I think I found an answer... There is something that needs to be done before installing camera and my guess is not everyone is aware of that. There is a note in the case manual: "If installing the camera with lens and gear attached, first pull out the zoom/focus knob and sit on the shallower groove as shown." Without that step, zoom gear interferes with internal gear of the case.
  10. I have the same port (Zen N85 170) and I'm aware of these posts. I red them before getting my setup, and was suprised afterwards.
  11. Hi Chris, I have E-M5II in Nauticam housing and I'm able to install the camera with lens attached (12-40).
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