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    Canon S95
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    Sea&Sea YS-110a (2)

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  1. You're likely right, I would use it on a flip holder with a macro lens. Well, since the bayonet mount is out, I'm now looking at the divervision magnetic mounting system. http://www.divervision.com/howshot-m67-magnetic-lens-mount-MG-M67.html?search=magnetic This setup would be: M52 lens port -> M52 to M67 step up ring -> M67 magnetic lens mount -> lens (either M67 native close up, or UWL-04 on a M67 to M52 step down ring). Any issues with this and the UWL-04? Can't find a ton of reviews of this setup, but it looks like it would get me the quick connect capability of the bayonet mount without hampering image quality? My only concern is lens security (not sure how secure these magnets actually are).
  2. Any experience with the recsea 52mm flip lenses? Either the 2 or 3 lens? trying to figure out the best option for macro
  3. Next system will likely be mirror less without wet lenses so it’s a stopgap for now
  4. That was my biggest concern about how the adapters would effect my UWL-04. Does it basically put too much water between the stock port and the rear of the wide lens? is it something that zooming in slightly could solve? I’d like to add a close up lens but I don’t want to replace my wide lens at this point. System is 8 years old and will likely get replaced in the next 2 so I’m hoping to add something cheaply and if I can move away from the thread mount, I’d like to. also have been considering the sea life super macro lens since it’s native M52, but it’s hard to find reviews for.
  5. I have no idea about how to even start calculating the nodal point of my current setup, and how it would change if I were to move to AD mount. Way above my knowledge level, and I lack significant information about the stackup of the all the adapters.
  6. Hoping someone here might have some experience in what I'm thinking about doing before I purchase anything. I have a Canon S95 in a Fisheye/FIX housing, FIX UWL-04 fisheye lens, dual YS-110a's, and SOLA 500 (see pic here: https://imgur.com/a/Sn7UioM). I've been looking to add a close up lens to my setup, and am looking at the INON UCL165. I also would like to convert from the M52 mount to a bayonet mount due to threaded mounts being a pain underwater. I am looking at purchasing the following: - Housing conversion - M52 to AD adapter: http://www.divervision.com/deeproof-ad-lens-adapter-for-m52-thread-housings-ADF-M52.html?search=ADF-M52 - Wide angle conversion - UWL-04 into M52->M67 step up ring into M67 to AD adapter http://www.divervision.com/10bar-m67-thread-adapter-for-inon-ad-mount-base-adm-f67?search=ADM-F67 - INON UCL-156AD close up lens - 2x AD lens holders In theory, all of this should work, but I'm unsure if I'm missing something regarding lens interference, vignetting, etc, especially with the wide angle lens. Anyone do something similar or have any feedback on my plan?
  7. All items sold.
  8. Link to pics was in the original post. Pics of all 3 items here: https://imgur.com/a/tCP34GK
  9. Focus light sold! D-2000 still available.
  10. Sea&Sea is sold. Focus light is pending sale. INON D-2000 still available!
  11. $300 for the INON, $60 for the Sea and Sea!
  12. Since you said budget is a concern, I’m selling an excellent condition INON d-2000 with only about 40 dives on it over in the classifieds. Never flooded, like new condition and I’m open to an offer on it
  13. New prices! INON: $350 shipped in the US. Sea&Sea: $75 shipped in the US. BigBlue: $50 shipped in the US.
  14. Open to any offers on these.
  15. @ScubaJo https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sea-Sea-YS-110-Underwater-Strobe-Flash-Pair/143337942187?hash=item215f9b6cab:g:9jAAAOSw2kpdOQwY
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