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Reducing my camera collection and concentrating on my Nikon gear. All of this has been used to write a couple of reviews and used very lightly, never rented. Other photos are available on request. Reasonable offers considered, but these prices are what I'm seeing on EBay, so I'm not going to give it away! Buy all below for only $2650! Save $225 off of my asking prices! Individual prices for each below, will sell separately. Prices include PP or CC fees, with free FedEx Ground shipping in the US! International shipping at cost. Contact Jack Connick, EMail: Jack@opticaloceansales.com --- Olympus OM-D E-M1 MKII Camera Body Demo black E-M1 MKII camera body is A condition. Very low shutter count of 7539 actuations. Works perfectly, used on a couple of trips and around the studio. No scratches or dings, very slight where on one hand grip. Excellent m4/3rds camera, fast, quiet and fully customizable. 20 MP, with 5 axis stabilization, fast AF, 4K video. Rugged weatherproof body. Has latest rev of firmware. Complete with flash, strap, box, manual, caps, battery and charger. $849/obo —— Olympus M.Zuiko ED 7-14mm f2.8 PRO Lens Killer wide angle lens, fast f2.8, very close focusing. MSC silent mechanism for video use. Assignable function button. Rugged PRO weatherproof metal body. Demo, used very lightly. Complete in box, bag, manual. A- condition $825/obo --- Olympus MZ Digital ED 12-100MM f4 IS PRO Lens The M. Zuiko Digital ED 12-100mm f4.0 IS PRO lens is in a class by itself. It’s the only professional high magnification zoom to cover a 35mm equivalent 24-200mm focal range all on its own. Assignable function button. Capture images with razor sharpness thanks to 5-Axis Sync IS, the world’s most powerful image stabilization system. Every inch of this lens is PRO: weatherproof construction, fast auto focusing and effortless control. Its broad focal length lets you shoot portraits, wide-angle, landscapes, and macro. One lens. Unprecedented versatility. Excellent video lens for above water use. A+ condition Demo, used very lightly. Complete in box, bag, manual. $850/obo ---- Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 60mm f2.8 Macro Lens - A condition - This high quality macro lens is ideal for shooting a wide range of underwater macro photos. Featuring a closest focusing distance of 7.4 inches, this lens has excellent close-up capability with 1X magnification, and dust-/splash-proof construction. Focus limiter switch. This is the go-to macro lens for m4/3rds! Demo, used very lightly. Complete in box, bag, manual. $350/obo
Hi all! I was quite active as a beginner here a few months ago, asking lots and lots of questions mostly about Nikon FX and the Nauticam WACP. I reached the conclusion that the D850 I already own with a WACP should be my best bet for optimum quality, but held off purchasing simply because of cost. Since then I’ve been thinking, and I’m now investigating other alternatives. Reasons for doing so include * size and weight (topside) of WACP solution, especially when travelling. * yes, cost. * not being sure I’ll be happy with having 25 mm (70 mm x 0.36) as my longest focal length. The alternatives I’m now looking at all include the WWL-1, which I gather is in many respects the equivalent of the WACP (albeit a removable wetlens) for smaller sensors. My plan with this post is to ask you whether I seem to have understood things correctly. I’ve been looking at two camera and three lenses. The Sony A6400 with 16-50, and the Olympus E-M1 MkII with either 14-42 or 12-50. Camera-wise the A6400 would give me about an extra stop of sensor performance. In fact, make that two stops at base ISO since A6400 goes to ISO 100, E-M1 to 200. (DxOMark and photonstophotos don’t quite agree though, I don’t quite know what to make of that.) I should also get a significantly better AF with A6400. The E-M1 on the other hand would give me IBIS and 2/3 stops better flash sync (1/250 s I believe, 1/160 s on the Sony). In fact, the Sony would lock me at 1/160 s or slower even if I turned off my strobes, since that’s what it does when the popup flash is raised. (The slow sync speed of the Sony should, in scenarios with sunlit backgrounds, be offset by the sensor’s theoretically better dynamic range at base ISO, but being locked at 1/160 s is still a bummer.) As for lenses, the 14-42 allows full zoom-through, giving full-frame equivalent of 10-30 mm with the WWL-1. This is better than the WACP. Using the 12-50 it vignettes until at 16 mm, giving maybe 12-36 mm equiv with WWL-1 assuming full zoom-through, which is still highly respectable by my standards. On the Sony side the 16-50 vignettes until 20 mm, giving 11-27 mm equiv. HOWEVER, if I use the bayonet mount the WWL-1 is easily removed, quickly opening up mid-range focal lengths should I need them. This is not possible with the WACP. Being behind a flat port I guess I need to go to maybe 40 mm (equiv) or so before getting rid of the most horrible corner issues, so there will be a gap in usable FOV:s but I think that will be ok. Also, I’m not sure but I think I should be able to use e.g. the SMC-1 with all of these lenses. I’m not sure how that would compare to a dedicated macro lens, but it should give me wide-angle, mid-range and macro on the same dive, which again would not be possible with the WACP. Of course I would be sacrificing resolution and dynamic range if I’m not using my D850. I have a couple of follow-up questions. But as a start – does this sound about accurate?