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  1. Hello, I would like to shoot the Olympus 8mm f1.8 fisheye lens on a large dome, mainly for splits. I have achieved resonable results with the 4.33" Acrylic dome + 20mm extension, but would like to try it with a bigger dome. I have a DP170N120 which I use for the 7-14mm f2.8 + N85-N120 55mm with Focus Knob adaptateur and 20mm extension. I have tried to use the DP170N120 with the above n85-n120 converter, (without the extension ring) but I get a bit of the top corner cut off. Looking at what is available Nauticam makes an N85-N120 coverter that is only 34mm. (https://www.nauticam.com/products/n85-to-n120-34-7mm-port-adaptor-for-metabones-ef-mft-mount-t-speed-booster-ultra-0-71x) I am wondering if this would work and if indeed there is no corner cropping if the different curvature would not be a problem. I understand there is a DP170N85 dome but that would mean to purchase a full second dome. Has anyone tried? Thank you
  2. Hi all, As new nauticam macro port 60 for sale, comes with cold shoe ball mount, back cover, lens cap and spare oring kit. All in original box. Unfortunately this is the wrong port for my older style macro lens. Looking for US$300. Also for sale two ikelite EV strobe controllers. US$50for pair Based in New Zealand have PayPal, buyer will need to pay for shipping, images in replies!
  3. I have the following Panasonic and Olympus gear (for the Panasonic GH4 camera and other Micro-4/3 cameras) for sale: All items are in like new condition. I used these in an underwater housing for two trips. As most uw photographers know, cameras and lenses sealed in a housing are used in about as perfect an environment as possible. There's no dust, for instance; and dive crews usually days handle the gear very carefully. As long as the housing has never been flooded, the gear should be in excellent shape -- far better than used cameras and lenses used topside. All the below items are in like-new cosmetic and perfect working condition. Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 EZ Lens (Black) Nauticam Macro Port and Zoom Gear Set For the above lens see extensive notes below. The port also fits the Olympus MSC ED M. 60mm f/2.8 macro Lens. The lens retails for $499. I am selling it for $439. The zoom gear and port retails for $800. I am selling the gear and port for $599. Olympus MSC ED M. 60mm f/2.8 macro Lens: brand new in box. Never used. Selling for $399. Olympus M.ZUIKO 40-150mm f/2.8 Interchangeable PRO Lens for Olympus/Panasonic Micro 4/3: brand new in box. Never used. Selling for $1299. Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4 BODY DSLM Mirrorless 4K Cinematic Camera Body Only (Black): like-new cosmetic and perfect working condition. Used as a backup camera. Retails for $1298 on Amazon, selling for $1099. If you are interested, please contact Norb Wu at temp2_at_norbertwu.com. Please no phone calls. I am happy to entertain reasonable offers. I can accept credit cards, Paypal, and personal checks. Personal checks will have to clear my bank before the product is shipped; which can take up to three weeks. Shipping will be at buyer's expense (at actual cost) and will be UPS Ground, Fedex Ground, or USPS Priority Mail (all of which give tracking of packages). If we conclude a deal, I'll give you a quote for shipping via one of the above methods. Thanks! Norbert Wu **** About the Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 EZ Lens, gear, and port combination: I used the above lens, gear, and port on a Panasonic GH4 system. The lens should fit on any Micro 4/3 camera. I hope to sell the lens, gear, and port together, because putting the gear on the port, while guided well with the instructions, was quite a process. This lens and gear/port combination is perfect for someone with a GH-4 camera, who wants to shoot both wide and macro on the same dive. It has a 24mm angle of view (equivalent to a 35mm full frame lens) and focuses down to . With the Nauticam zoom gear, you have power zoom capability. I loved using this lens. It is truly a "one lens does it all" as I was able to use it to shoot wide scenes and macro during the same dive, without having to change lenses. Macro specifications for the lens: Min focus 0.20 m (7.87″) Max magnification 0.36× (focuses close enough so a postage stamp fills the frame -- just tested it, see the sample image). from the web: True macro would be 1:1 meaning a one inch object would be one inch on the sensor/film. So this lens would have a one inch object being .36 inches on the sensor. Which is quite good given the sensor size...In this case, a rectangle from the business card about 2 inches wide would fill the width of the final photo. A true macro lens should have a magnification of about 1, and for a general purpose lens, 0.36 is very very good. It means that a postage stamp will be blown up to fill your monitor screen.... From the web: This special gear and port solution allows the physical macro switch on the 12-50 lens to be operated, and enables the lens' entire zoom range. This solution provides both more magnification and the full range of focal lengths from 12-50mm, which is not possible in competing housings. This port has 77mm threads; 67mm mount wet lenses can not be directly attached. Use the Nauticam 67mm Flip Diopter Holder for 77mm Ports.
  4. I've used this large, extremely versatile 8" dome for years with various lenses and housings for many years. I first used it with Sea & Sea housings. I then put a Nauticam bayonet ring on it, and used it with Nauticam housings. I believe that this is the Sea & Sea NX Fisheye Dome Port #56401. It seems to be the same as the Sea & Sea Fisheye Dome Port 240 but that might be a larger dome with a 10" dome. The dome on this port is 8" in diameter. I consider it a "prime" (eg versatile, not specialized) port in that many lenses work with it without an extension. I used it with the Nikon 16mm fisheye, 10.5mm fisheye, 20mm, and 18mm with a one-inch extension. I also used it with a Canon 7D in Nauticam housing with the Tokina 10-17mm fisheye zoom. I've had this port for a while, but it still looks great. The acrylic dome has almost no scratches (scratches in acrylic are relatively easy to buff off with plastic cleaner, as opposed to glass). The shade has always been built well on these domes; this shade still fits snugly and shows little wear. There's a bit of wear on the backside where the dome may have rubbed against housings. The dome will come with a bayonet ring so that this port fits Nauticam housings (Canon and Nikon). If you want it, I'll include the old bayonet mount so you can convert this back to Sea & Sea housings. The acrylic dome itself is about 8" in diameter but the entire assembly measures 9.84 x 4.09" (25 x 10.4 cm) Selling for $625 plus shipping costs. If you are interested, please contact Norb Wu at temp2_at_norbertwu.com. Please no phone calls. I can accept credit cards, Paypal, money orders, and personal checks. Money orders and personal checks will have to clear my bank before the product is shipped; which can take up to three weeks. If the above free shipping does not apply, shipping will be at buyer's expense (at actual cost) and will be UPS Ground, Fedex Ground, or USPS Priority Mail (all of which give tracking of packages). If we conclude a deal, I'll give you a quote for shipping via one of the above methods. Thanks! Norb Wu
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