Jump to content

youngchow

Member
  • Content Count

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by youngchow


  1. Considering the op is starting from scratch I would definitely recommend the 14-42 mark II and the wwl-1 with the 35 port. This set up covers wide medium and close and with diopters also macro.

    The WWL-1 takes also some great stills and the field of view can be covered with 90-95 degrees lights or strobes

    The lens is stabilised so it uses dual IS that is definitely my favourite for video having tried all lenses and ports

    The second option if you dont need wide that is all purposes is the leica 12-60mm in 7” dome. This one works very well in low light but is not as wide and is a rectilinear lens. Some people get the leica as kit lens and you can print a 3D gear so it is a very effective way to get started

     

     

    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

     

    few questions.

    1. i happen to have panasonic 12-35 lense with power OIS. is this okay lense for underwater?

    2. the 14-42 lense you advised seems dark.. how do you deal with the low light/low visibility situation?


  2. Considering the op is starting from scratch I would definitely recommend the 14-42 mark II and the wwl-1 with the 35 port. This set up covers wide medium and close and with diopters also macro.

    The WWL-1 takes also some great stills and the field of view can be covered with 90-95 degrees lights or strobes

    The lens is stabilised so it uses dual IS that is definitely my favourite for video having tried all lenses and ports

    The second option if you dont need wide that is all purposes is the leica 12-60mm in 7” dome. This one works very well in low light but is not as wide and is a rectilinear lens. Some people get the leica as kit lens and you can print a 3D gear so it is a very effective way to get started

     

     

    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

    great info. thx!


  3. Hello, This is John from Korea.

    Ive been diving for about an year now, and got GH5 recently.

    I havent bought the housing yet and planning to get nauticam.

     

    I will be focusing more on the video than steel,

    and looking for some advises on the lense choice.

     

    I was going to get olympus 8mm f/1.8 fisheye for wide angle

    and olympus 60mm lense for macro.

     

    ive gone through most of thread relating to GH5, but it is surprising that no one really mentioned

    those lenses.

    most of the people here suggests WWL.

     

    what are the benefits of WWL?

     

     

     

     

     

×
×
  • Create New...