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longbord1

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  2. Never used Ikelite Underwater Camera Flexarm with extra locline. For use with Ikelite DS50 or DS51 Never been used. Asking $35 + shippingWas planning on making this:
  3. Just to piggyback here, rather than make a new thread. Is Tribolube 71 safe with ikelite o-rings? Can't seem to find that information elsewhere.
  4. Dropped to $125+ shipping. No longer has the DLM adapter included. This will need an adaptor to be mounted to housing.
  5. Ikelite 8” dome for compact/mirrorless housings DLM mount. This has an adaptor for the DLM mount.I like my smaller dome port more for my style of photography. The dome has no scratches. There are some mild abrasions on the hood. Otherwise awesome condition. Asking $250 + shipping
  6. Chris, Thanks for your response. Very thorough and helpful. I emailed ikelite about the sigma vs the canon 15mm and they said they simply hadn't listed it due to discontinuation, but it should be fine for my system. It's interesting, the 40mm 2.8 prime has a terrible minimal focusing distance. So I'm not sure what is happening with the image.
  7. ChrisRoss, Honestly, the charts are helpful, but at the same time, my 15mm 2.8 prime by canon works very well and is not listed. My main goal was to determine if the 40mm pancake lens is focusing on the virtual image of the dome/being correct, or if it is just focusing through the dome port and being magnified by the water. In my experience with it, it takes very sharp photos, but it is just a bit too cropped for me. I am wondering if the 24mm 2.8 pancake will do something similar, or will actually utilize the dome virtual image? Underwater photography is very niche and there are so many options that it seems like buying the lens and actually experimenting is sometimes the only way to determine the actual outcome. Again my goal was, not whether the 24mm prime is compatible, but if the dome port will prevent magnification, or will the lens just focus through the dome port. Thanks, Michael
  8. Here is an example of a photo I captured with the 40mm 2.8 prime on my set up: I was really pleased with the tight crop and sharpness of the photo that gives me more of a cinematic feel. However, this lens has a hard time focusing even remotely close, and is just a bit too tight for me. This was shot through a dome port. So this is why I ask about a 24mm with a dome port. Will it be 24mm with the dome port, or will I be focusing through the dome port, and thus the 24mm will be magnified. The 40mm seemed quiet magnified when I was taking photos underwater with it.
  9. When I say cinematic. I mean non-fisheye/distorted images.
  10. Thank you, The reason I ask, is I am interested in getting a 24mm or 35mm prime for the same set up to get more of a cinematic feel to some of my shots. My concern was would they be magnified, so I should go with the wider prime. I am using an Ikelite housing, Canon SL2 and 15mm canon prime currently.
  11. Email me directly as I have several Ikelite customers with clean used Ikelite DS51 units the same as DS50 but have manual power adjustments also.

    Let me know where you're located also. I'm in NE Ohio USA as the owners of strobes that are for sale.

    David Haas

    davidhaas4596@gmail.com

  12. So what if it is not configured properly? I am getting nice sharp photos, but honestly, the photos seem much more zoomed in than a 40mm on land.
  13. Title says it all. Looking for a single DS50! Thanks
  14. Just a question about optics. I have a dome port I'd like to use with a 24mm. I have tried it with a 40mm lens, and the image is very magnified. Just wondering if the dome port imparts any effect on non-fisheye lenses, and will prevent underwater magnification, or does a non-wide angle, non-fisheye lens focus through the dome port and the dome port just acts as a flat port? Thanks, Michael
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