Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'window'.
Found 2 results
Hi there, I read somewhere (or think I did…) that you wouldn't be able to shoot the full Snell's window on a cropped-sensor camera (e.g. my Nikon D500), even if using a fisheye lens (such as my Tokina 10-17), however you could if using a full frame camera. Indeed, all the photos I have of Snell's window have some of the circular top-side view cut. Researching a bit through the topic, Snell's window is a physical phenomenon that appers, below the surface to be a disc seen with a 97 degrees angle. So, to fully record it on a camera sensor, one would need a 97 degrees coverage not on diagonal, but on the shorter dimension of the sensor. Intuition tells me there are not lots of lenses/camera combos that would allow this (if any). All-in-one, my questions are: 1/ what are the Lens/Cameras/Domes combinations allowing to capture the full disc of the Snell window on a single photo? 2/ I am reading the Snell window is only visible a few meters below the surface, due to light absorption. Would this depend on how clear the water is? I am going to dive a freshwater spot soon with crazy lots of viz (40+ meters I am told), so wondering if Snell's window might get visible at depth. Cheers Nicolas
Hi, due to system update I Need to sale some of my "Tools". Fore more Details and Picture please click here: http://www.ebay.de/sch/a.my/m.html?item=331739067519&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562 (Actual Retail Price Europe in Euro / Asking Price in Euro) NAUTICAM 17452 NA-NEX7 LCD Window Nauticam Enhanced Viewfinder (250) 175 Nauticam 17403 Housing for Sony NEX 7 with Leak Detector (1929) 970 Nauticam 36122 Zoomring for Sony E 18-55mm Len (168) 115 Sony SAL-1855 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens (142) 100