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  1. I have images on Shutterstock and my sales are almost all between 10 and 14c since 1 june. Around 75% less than before. They also have put subscription pack for videos, I have some videos sales for 1.80 and 0.60$... They are killing the market. It's time to boycott Shutterstock and disable portfolios. I encourage everyone that have images or videos on Shutterstock to join the facebook group listed below : https://www.facebook.com/groups/261369748434285/ To have much more explanations look here : https://www.microstockgroup.com/index.php https://forums.submit.shutterstock.com/topic/100133-new-earnings-structure-for-contributors/
  2. No problem too, perhaps try to update the firmware : https://gopro.com/update/hero7-black
  3. Thank you. I think your right, I was surprised because after a long search on the web nobody complain about that issue. I will search more about the inon UFL-G140 SD it's a wet lens so no split but perhaps it works well underwater. I saw some videos on youtube, corners look very blurred but it's with old 4 gopro, hope with 7 it's better.
  4. Hi, I tried with almost all settings (4k-1080-wide-linear-low iso-fixed speed...) and always the same, underwater (fully underwater not only in split view) movies are a little bit out of focus, over water it's sharp.The dome don't have any scratch, it looks good for the price, no blurred area on it. Without the 6" dome the sharpness is normal. It's a flat glass on the gopro housing. Anyone have identical problem? If someone have any other dome like Knect,Telesin, Inon UFL-G140 SD... can you tell me if the quality is good or if with a gopro we loose sharpness with a dome? Thank you.
  5. I have a Meilkon A6000 housing (not so bad) and I use the wet wide angle lens from Meikon, but the 67 mm thread is too weak and the quality of the wide lens is not good, at 100% some small parts of images are blurred ( and I tried 5 differents). The Nauticam WWL - 1 is an heavy piece, better to use it with the "Nauticam M67 to Bayonet Mount Converter for Wet Lenses" to don't ruin the thread of the housing very quickly, but more space between the glass and the lens, so vignetting perhaps.
  6. Hi, my name is dam, from France, I'm new on this forum.
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