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  1. Here is a link to a short video "Happy Women's Day From a Diver" in advance of International Women's Day on March 8th. I posted this video a few days earlier, as I will be away on the Ray of Hope Expedition, diving in Andaman Sea next week. Best wishes to all women, divers and non-divers. All footage is filmed with Sony a7rii camera. https://youtu.be/VeWGMLk4DGU
  2. Hi, I am currently shooting with my Sony A7 in a Nauticam housing and for wideangle I use my 16-35/4. Though I am happy with that lens I sometimes miss a fisheye and I really do not like the fisheye adapter solution by Sony. So I am thinking about getting a Sea&Sea 12mm but I have a few questions. Is there enough space between housing and lens to comfortably operate aperture and focus dials? How is the Sea&Sea mounted on the housing in terms of durability/stability and how is it mounted on my Sony camera? Is anybody using this combination and can report? Many thanks!
  3. Hello, I am not able to set custom white balance on my Sony a7Rii with Ikelite housing with 8 inch dome underwater. It works fine above water with the same setup, but not underwater. Could anyone share their experience and hopefully advise? Many thanks.
  4. Hello All, I’m switching from a Sony A7 to a GH5/S, and I need a recommendation for a dome. I have the Nauticam housing for the A7 which I use with the Nikonos 15mm lens so I didn’t needed a dome. I’m getting the Nauticam housing for the GH5, I’m searching for a dome for the Pana 12-35mm II and Pana 8-18mm lenses. Nauticam option is the 180mm dome ref. 18809, Zen option seems to be the 170mm dome ref. zen-dp170-n85II. Price is the same for both domes. I would be tempted by the Zen model because it’s smaller (slightly?). With your experience which one would you recommend? Thanks! Claude
  5. This is a DIY video about building your custom lenght fiber cabel to your flash. This cabel also work with the nauticam flash trigger. Nauticam tells on their site that the Sea & Sea YS-D2 is not compatible with their trigger. Here is a work around. Hopefully nauticam and Sea & Sea send me a thanks
  6. This is a collaborative video with a friend of me Location for the video: Egersund and Lysefjorden Norway. Cameras used: Sony A7 with 90mm macro and +10 diopter in Nauticam housing. Panasonic GH4 with olympus 60mm macro, filmed in 4K @100 Mbs 25 fps. in Nauticam housing. Edited down to 1080p @ 25fps.
  7. Complete set-up for Sony A7 ready to shoot WA or Macro All components are 12-18 months old and have had very little use. They are all in perfect working condition and were purchased new from Backscatter in the US. Included in the kit: Sony A7 camera with charger and 3 batteries Nauticam Housing Sony Lenses: 24-70 mm / 16-35 mm/ 90 mm Optical Glass Dome Port 180mm Macro Port 90mm Focus Gear 90 mm Extension Rings 30mm +50mm Flip Diopter Holder for 90mm N100-N120_40mm_Port Adapter with Zoom/focus knob $5500.00 plus cost of shipping from Canada and insurance
  8. Selling a like NEW Nauticam WWL-1 Wet Wide Angle Lens -- used on only 1 dive trip. Works well with a range of compact, Micro 4/3 (Panasonic & Olympus), and Sony E Mount (A7 series) cameras Come complete with box, carry case,neoprene cover, back lens cover, M67 mount and cleaning cloth. Includes optional M67 to Bayonet Mount Converter (an $80 option, new). Bought new for $995.00 Asking $850.00 (including the bayonet mount converter). Additionally available - Nauticam N50 Short Port -- suitable as a wide angle port for the Canon G7X and Panasonic LX-100 housing. Bought new for $180. Asking $90 Payment by Paypal (provide an email, and I can send generate an invoice). Free US shipping, once payment is confirmed by Paypal.
  9. A few pics and video from our recent Sea of Cortez trip on the Solmar V. Originally we were going to go to the Socorros, so I didn't have a macro lens along. The Sony a7 is ground-breaking is a full-frame mirrorless camera, lots smaller and lighter than my D800 for sure. Better low-light and a host of programability. BUT lens offerings are pretty scarce. Hopefully by the end of the year this should be improved. With some of the viz "challenging", I ended up shooting a fair amount of shallower available light. With the a7's low-light abilities it was easy to shoot up into the 2-3,000 ISOs without much degradation at all. Using the manual focus Nikonos lens was a bit different, but it has such a long depth of field that I just stopped it down and only changed focus from CF/WA to WA as necessary. Using focus peaking it was easy to shoot when you saw the "reds" of their eyes! I also used the 28-70 and for a "kit" lens it isn't bad, with a close up diopter, I think it would work out well. I did shoot some moderate close ups and with the huge files, a little cropping came up with some pleasing images. My Full Review is Here Trip Report is Here
  10. Demo Nauticam a7 System available. Sony a7 full-frame mirrorless camera, 28-70mm Sony lens, Nauticam NA-A7 housing, 28-70 port, zoom gear, vacuum check valve. Used on one trip, as new, full warranty. $5195, save $515! Free ground shipping in US! CC/Paypal accepted, fees included. Email, or call 800-359-1295.
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