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  1. Hello all, I was wondering if anyone knew the size of the female threads on the Nauticam Flexitray handles that the 1 inch ball adapter screws into. I've been looking around in the specs, including the ball adapter specs, and contacted Nauticam but got no answer. Thanks ben
  2. It's only on Garuda. On Air Asia you can (and should) prebuy checked-in luggage, and it's quite ok. But you can't do that at the airport, so be careful. You'll have to pay for overweight luggage on all the others (Lions/Wings etc), so look into their luggage policies - most of the time it's not that expensive on Indonesian domestic flights, but you should definitely look into it before-hands. Plenty of airline choices for Manado, so it should be fine - just go with Garuda if you can. Hope things will be open in September, "the New Normal"is still very blurry...
  3. Thanks, I will definitely do that! cheers ben
  4. Yes it's a 1" sensor - Sounds right, a user I talked to using it for video (without the dome) was estimating it at around 80°, but it's good to have the maths to back it up. Thanks again b
  5. I would actually, but I'm currently in Thailand, on a visa extension running out on July 31st, so it's a bit of a gamble it will get there in time
  6. Interesting thanks - what would the angle of view be with the 36mm sensor crop we get while fully zoomed out in 4K video?
  7. Regarding air lenses, the Fantasea BigEye Lens M67 Mark II should restore the camera's land performance - Fantasea hasn't tested it but some here reported using it with good results. For 4K video, this still leaves us with a 36-108mm fov due to the camera's sensor crop, so still pretty tight
  8. I understand. However, I'm only using the camera for video, and was told there was no zooming necessary, and no vignetting given the crop when shooting 4K, which brings the FOV to 36mm already, so the Inon UWL works quite well as is, screwed directly on the Nauticam housing's 67mm thread. See: https://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?/topic/62691-lx10-nauticam-inon-uwl-h100-costa-rica-video/&tab=comments#comment-406965 For stills, yes, a lot of zooming I'm sure. Have you looked into the Weefine WFL01 wide angle lens?
  9. Good questions - I'm in the same situation looking into the Inon UWL-H100 28M67 as well - no zooming needed in 4k video with its 36mm crop.
  10. Have you tried shooting video with it? The LX10 4K crop gives a 36mm equivalent, so I'm guessing neither should vignette, but you can't beat first hand experience.
  11. Yes i know - trying to see if it's possible to get it from Europe to Thailand where I'm currently holed up...
  12. Thanks - I think the only options for theses two Lumix compacts are Nauticam or Isotta - the Ikelite doesn't sound like viable option, bulky and apparently not a fantastic design ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRU4d5k686s ) . I'll most likely go with the NALX10 for the LX10, easier to find - i already have my own tray and handle system (mostly Flex Arm), we''ll see what works best. cheers ben
  13. Hi and thanks Thani - One of the issue I'm having with the LX100ii is the size of the Nauticam housing, which seems to be drifting away from compact portability - It was also Backscatter also mentioned that the Nauticam+ LX100 controls were not really ergonomic (see 3 posts above), and recommended the LX10 instead. Hard to tell... Scubacastor was saying that he found housing ergonomics real comfortable while filming on a Nauticam LX100 combo, which is pretty much the same housing as the LX100ii - but I think I'll go for the LX10 cheers b
  14. Thanks, I was just looking into your LX100 review as well https://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?/topic/56510-my-review-of-the-nauticam-lx100-housing-and-port-system/ It does increasingly seem like the LX10 in a Nauticam housing is one of the best options for this specific context. b
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