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  1. Light weight super wide angle zoom lens for micro four thirds camera systems. B&W filter on from day 1. $400 us PayPal or Etrans. Buyer to cover shipping cost. Thanks for looking.
  2. Hello fellow artists. So......I have the Olympus 9-18mm which I actaully love. Of course, it's not the Olympus pro but, hey ho. NOW.......on a Lumix G9 camera, would you swap it for a Panasonic Lumix 7-14mm or stick with the Olympus?
  3. Hey Guys! I'm into underwater video (currently own a panasonic GX7), and im looking to buy a new lens but not quite sure what to get. Everyone seems to recommend either the olympus/panasonic 7-14mm lenses, or the olympus 9-18mm lens. Could anyone share some advice as to the difference in underwater videos (even stills) between the 7-14mm and 9-18mm lenses? Thanks in advance!
  4. Olympus E-PM1 with extra battery, flash, straps, memory, etc Olympus PT-EP06 housing with standard port Olympus 9-18mm lens Olympus 14-42mm lens Zen WA-100 Dome with front and rear rubber caps 2 Sea & Sea YS-01 flashes with diffusers, extra seals, silicon and 2 DIY optic cables (guarantee to work perfect!) Focus light with DIY holder and Nauticam cold shoe (this is also a 1000lm flashlight with dimmer) 2 arms, 4 clamps, tray and few butterfly screws $1500 obo, I'll cover shipping to CONUS, contact me for shipping quote to the rest of the World Make me offers ! This setup was over $3000 and makes a good start up gear ! Gear was takes 2 times to Cozumel (total of 20-25 dives + local fresh water quarry - 2 times) All pieces of this gear were always clean after salt water dives, no salt deposits anywhere. I even took clamps apart and lubricate (they perform better then new Can meet in Chicagoland or within reasonable distance.
  5. Hi everyone... Need some expert advise on the use of Nauticam 6" dome port designed for the Panasonic 7-14 mm with an Olympus 9-18 mm. I have read there is no vignetting indicating that there should be no issues, does anyone know of corner sharpness issue of using this larger dome with the 9-18mm lens? Thank you so much for your help. Regards, Vagabond
  6. For sale Olympus epm1 camera and two spare batteries, Olympus Housing, (not the L version so the 60mm lens fits the port) Ultralight double handled tray. I will throw in 2 strobe arms and 4 clamps, Olympus 14-42mm lens, Olympus 9-18mm lens+ focus ring for the 14-42 and 9-18, Olympus 60mm lens+ focus ring, Ultralight shoe adapter with clamp and light and motion 500 focus light, Zen dome port for 9-18 with neoprene cover, I will throw in a 40-150 lens for top side, I think I have all the boxes and paperwork I do not want to split at this point and am looking for £1500 ono. Any questions PM me your email address and I will get back to you.
  7. I just got back from Hawaii, and it was absolutely awesome! I'm very new to SCUBA diving, but I've been into photography for a long time. My wife and I went to Hawaii over Memorial Day weekend (plus a couple of days). On Oahu, I did two dives: Baby Barge, and a reef drift... I can't recall the name now. Both were great, but Baby Barge had some incredibly strong currents, so I sucked most of my air in less than 25 minutes. On Kauai I mainly snorkeled around Tunnels Beach, which was spectacular. Looking back, I wish I would have gone diving on Kauai as well, but I didn't want to spend too much time away from my wife while we were both on vacation (she doesn't dive). We ended up doing lots of hiking and other outdoor activities. Next time! In any case, these are my favorite photos from the trip: Striped Squirrelfish by Mike Cialowicz, on Flickr Yellow-Striped Goatfish, Oahu by Mike Cialowicz, on Flickr Snorkeling, Tunnels Beach by Mike Cialowicz, on Flickr Honu Bro by Mike Cialowicz, on Flickr My setup consisted of the following: Olympus E-PM1, Olympus underwater housing (PT-EP06), Zen glass dome lens port, Olympus 9-18mm, Sea & Sea YS-01 strobe, flex arm. Cheers! Mike
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