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About MGustafson

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
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    Nauticam NA-BMPCC
  1. I'm debating between two domes for a mirrorless N85 build supporting a Panasonic 7-14mm shooting mostly video and was curious what sorts of visual and ergonomic differences I might see between them. I'm not trying to start another glass vs acrylic debate. More so I would like to know IF there is much of a visual difference. But more importantly... what other benefits one might find from a particular choice. I'm deciding between: 1. Nauticam 6" Acrylic Wide Angle Dome Port with focus knob (36164) 2. Nauticam N120 180mm Optical Glass Wide Angle Dome Port (18809) and the Nauticam N85 to N120 Port Adapter with Focus Knob (36052) Obviously there's a pretty substantial price difference between these two options. I'm leaning towards the 180mm dome as it seems a little more future proof, but is it worth the significant price hike? Will the 180mm feel too front-buoyant on a mirrorless setup, requiring excessive counter weights? Is the 6" dome much easier to travel with? I'd love to hear from people who have used both. Also, I really wanted to make the Zen 170mm an option but I can't seem to figure out which n85-n120 adapter w/ focus knob would make for the right amount of extension for the 7-14mm. Any advice on that would be helpful as well.
  2. Hello, my name is Mike. I'm a cinematographer and editor based in northern CA.
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