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  1. I have a Dyron SWAL13 that I have been using with my Canon G7X in a Nauticam NA-G7X housing with the N50 short port. The relative price, wide FOV, and Blue Water Photo test results (http://www.bluewaterphotostore.com/canon-g7x-underwater-lens-tests) are what led me to the SWAL13. Thus far I have found that getting photos with razor sharp focus with this lens/camera combination is nearly impossible. The very wide field of view is great for composing big shots but many of them end up having soft focus and are barely usable. Any ideas why this might be the case? I have not had the same type of focus problem when shooting with my CMC-1 macro lens or no wet accessory lens. Here are a few example photos that I feel show this problem: https://jonjake.smugmug.com/El-Nido-2016/i-6VmGkHQ/A ( f/8, 1/40s, ISO 125) https://jonjake.smugmug.com/Cozumel-2016/i-6KVw3K4/A (f/8, 1/80s, ISO 200) https://jonjake.smugmug.com/Central-California/i-r4shgL5/A (f/8, 1/60s, ISO 200) I have read some recommendations that suggest locking focus on your fin at the beginning of a dive when shooting wide angle and others that say to put your camera in Macro mode when shooting with a wet wide angle lens. Any suggestions or tips that I can try would be greatly appreciated!
  2. I came across a store review of the WWL-1 and an interesting piece of glass showed up there: the Dyron SWAL13. Has anyone tried this, and its narrower siblings on a m43 camera? First round I'd try it on my NA-RX100iv for 4k video shooting, as a cheap alternative to the WWL-1.
  3. Hello All: The camera gear listed below has been collecting dust over the past few years and I have recently upgraded to a Sony RX100. I figure it's now time to move my old gear to new homes. All prices are listed in USD. All prices are open to discussion - if your interested, send me an e-mail with a reasonable offer. Will discount for multiple purchases. Buyer pays shipping (will discuss options with interested buyers); willing to ship worldwide. High quality photographs available. Please e-mail to request. Ikelite Compact Housing for Canon S90/S95 Condition - Like New. Only used on one trip in in tropical water (~12 dives). This housing is for the Canon S95 but is currently setup to be used with the Canon S90. The housing converts between S90-S95 cameras by changing the foam piece at the back of the housing. Foam pieces for both will be included. Housing comes with two diffusers, spare o-rings, ikelight lubricant, foam pieces for S90/S95 and some miscellaneous spare parts that were included with the original. Paid $325.00. Asking $275.00. Dyron 15mm Wideangle Lens Glass is perfect. No marks or scratches. Threading is perfect. Some scratching on the metal finish. This is a wet lens with 67mm threading. Paid $321.00. Asking $275.00 Canon Powershot G7 (10.0 megapixel) and Canon Underwater Housing Camera and Housing in excellent condition. Camera comes with charger and extra battery. Housing comes with diffuser, strap and Dyron 67mm adapter. Case was ~$200 new and Camera appears to be selling for ~$200.00 on ebay. Asking $250.00 for both or $100 for case and $175 for camera. Sea and Sea YS27 DX Strobe and Sea Arm Light Set Both are well used but in excellent condition. Set is a great introductory strobe set for a compact camera. Strobe comes with diffuser. Sea Arm Light was ~$150.00 new; strobe was ~$375.00 new. Sync cord not included. Asking $300.00 for both or $250.00 for strobe and $100.00 for Arm set. Fantasea BigEye Lens for Canon G10/11/12 Housings This lens has a small circular mark (scratch) which it picked up when I moved. The lens is very sharp, but the scratch does show up in photographs and needs to be removed in post. One click to remove it, but it is an annoyance. Price discounted accordingly. Wet Wide Angle Lens for Canon Housings Selling new for $250.00 Asking $125.00. Ikelight PCa Torch Used but works great. New $70.00 Asking $35.00 Please e-mail Stephen.Holinski@mail.utoronto.ca if interested. Cheers, Steve
  4. Hi all - I've taken the leap to DSLR so will be parting with my compact Canon s90 setup. I'm offering a choice of two packages plus ad-ons since it makes the most sense to sell this way. That said, ask me if you're interested in something in particular. Shipping cost is included, but if you're in LA I can meet in person. All original boxes and accessories/papers included as well. Please PM me with any questions. Thanks! Pictures can be found here: forsale - California Ocean and Landscape Photography by Brent Durand | SmugMug Photos taken with the kit can be found here: Underwater Wide-Angle - California Ocean and Landscape Photography by Brent Durand | SmugMugand here: Underwater Macro - California Ocean and Landscape Photography by Brent Durand | SmugMug FULL KIT - $1425 obo Canon s90 - Looks brand new - no scratches scuffs or dust. Comes in orginal box with all accessories plus an extra off-brand battery. Ikelite housing for s90 - Small scuffs here and there, but nothing you'd notice unless inspecting closely. See photos. ULCS Double Handle Tray & extension - one handle is dark blue and one is light blue, as shown in the photos. Sea & Sea YS-01 Strobes (2x) - a few scuffs here and there but not noticeable unless inspecting closely. Sea & Sea Fiber Optic Cables (2x) - Like new. Single Strobe Kit - $925 obo Everything as above, but with only one (1) YS-01 strobe, one (1) fiber optic cable, and instead of the ULCS double handle tray I'll include an ULCS tray and bendable/flexy strobe arm with Sea & Sea mount. Ad Ons - Stuff you'd really want with a kit like this Dyron +7 67mm Macro Wet Lens: $150. Glass is perfect condition, some scuffs on the bottom of the metal. Dyron DY.WA15M67 Wide Angle Wet Lens: $200. Great WA lens in great condition. Glass is perfect. Ikelite W-20 Wide Angle Wet lens: $325. Great WA lens in great condition. Inon 67mm Single Lens Caddy: $45. Like new. - Brent
  5. Underwater kit ranked by Blue Photo Store as Best Underwater Cameras for 2012 Recsea Standard Housing Compatible Camera: CANON POWERSHOT G12 and G11 Maximum Depth: 60 meters (200 feet) Material: Main Body - Corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy, Anodized Levers, Dials, Buttons - POM, PC Monitor - Hard Coat Acrylic Screws, Springs - Stainless Steel, Galvanized Size (Housing): Approx. W145XD122XH116 Weight (Housing): Land approx. 790g, Fresh Water approx. 180g Dyron 12mm Fisheye lens for Recsea G12 housing This high-quality 12mm fisheye lens offers up to a 165 degree angle of view and fits the Recsea housings for the Canon G11 & Canon G12, and the Fix G10 housing. It's a popular choice with the Recsea G12 housing. This fisheye lens is awesome, you will not regret getting one! Canon G12 Camera PRICE: Paid $1629.95 for housing and lens in April 2012. Used for 35 dives. Will sell for $1,500 INCLUDING camera. Reason for sale: Want to move to SLR and wife said I had to sell first. EMAIL: amorneau@me.com
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