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Lightly used Olympus E-PL3, PT-EP05L ($800) and Zen Port ($500). The camera comes with 14-42mm lens. The housing and Zen Port are in excellent shape. The housing has the clear flash area painted black so the flash light is only through the strobe optical plugs - which means the light blocking shield (preventing backscatter) is not needed and is not included. Also included: Extra genuine Olympus battery ($50) A zoom gear that is compatible with 14-42/9-18mm Olympus lens (PPZR-EP02) ($45) Extra (new) O-ring for the Zen Port ($20) Olympus Port cover Original new price over $1,700 - $950 plus buyer pays shipping and insurance I take PayPal - if you have any questions please let me know. I am selling this gear as I upgraded to the EM5 and Nauticam housing. Thanks for looking - Audrey
Hi All, I'm an experience diver, and I take many UW photos with P&S camera, and now I'm thinking about upgrading to mirrorless. I have very little knowlage about lens, so bare with me I usually take macro shots, but some wide angle shots also, I would like to have the flexibility to change from wide to macro underwater (I understand it will damage the quality), my question is, what is better: using a 14-42mm with wet 0.56x wide angle and +10 diopter or using 12-60mm with a dome? Is there a big diffrence using them? Thanks in advance, Asaf. P.s. 14-42 comes with the kit & the 12-60 is this lens - Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 12-60mm 1:2.8-4.0 SWD
Hi all I'm looking for any tips, experiences, whatever useful info may be available and is now hidden in peoples' heads I am taking my new u/w photography gear on a diving holiday to El Quseir for a week, flying out on Friday. It's an Olympus EPL3 camera & PT-EP05L housing. For now I will be using the EPL3 kit lens (14-42mm). Also I bought the UCL-165 M67 macro lens. I realise that it's a little basic but it's all I can afford for now. I will also be using my Inon Z240 type 3 flashgun (generally on Manual mode) Would love to hear from anybody else who is using the same system and whether they have any useful tips, observations, things that don't work?, what kind of subjects it's good for etc etc. I do a lot of land-photography with off-camera flash and now that I'm finally using something that isn't a point and shoot compact, I'd like to get as good results as I can within my gear's limitations. Anyway, any tips you can give me would be much appreciated. thx David