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  1. I went looking for whalesharks, earlier this year.... no luck there, but plenty of mantas! [media]https://vimeo.com/352696720[/media] Mantas are at the beginning and again at 2:45. Panasonic GH5, Nauticam housing. Cheers, Matt
  2. The Panasonic LUMIX GH5 was announced yesterday for release in early 2017. http://www.panasonic.com/global/consumer/lumix/gh5.html 4k 50p/60p 4:2:2 10-bit in-camera Looks like no 6K other than in "6K PHOTO" mode New body design which will almost certainly mean it won't fit GH4 housings No mention of the new 5-axis Dual I.S. 2 IBIS that's in the G80/G81/G85. Would seem strange not to include it in the flagship camera. I may get it, chiefly for the 60p @ 4k. I really hope the auto-focus and underwater colour rendition are improved, as these are my 2 biggest issues with the GH4 for underwater use.
  3. I wonder if anyone has used a LUT underwater. I am using one and the improvement is massive Does anyone use LUTs and which ones?
  4. Attached a clip of our diving trip to Triton Bay in January 2018. Dolphins, Whale-sharks, Mobulas, huge schools of fish, incredible soft corals and good macro. For those interested, I used the following lenses: Panasonic 12mm Summilux Panaaonic 7-14mm Panasonic 12-35mm Olympus 12-50mm (for Macro) Color corrected and edited with Davinci Resolve 14 I hope you enjoy.
  5. I'll upload a picture of mine today. I am a bit negative with my rig set-up. I have two options so far. One with the floats going straight across the top of the camera (4x) other with the floats on the arms. Any of you go from Salt to freshwater. how do you compensate. What do you do for your monitor. can you adjust trim in the water. Adjust arms position to have the camera float in a different orientation? I can't help think a good engineering choice would have been give the option to have buoyancy built into the handles. No? Your thoughts?
  6. Hello all, On both the Mirrorless and Video Gear threads there has been much speculation and desire for information on how the GH5 performs underwater. I received my Nauticam Housing last week and got the camera in the water for a single dive on Sunday. I used my Olympus 12-40 f2.8 Pro lens in 180mm Nauticam glass dome which I used with my Olympus EM5 Full disclosure I am a rookie at video, and have even less experience editing. I have been shooting stills for 4.5 years and while I enjoyed the EM5 I found it a bit lacking lately with some of my deeper, darker dives doing conservation work on glass sponge reefs. Constructive criticism greatly appreciated. I am in the process of upgrading both my hard drives and computer system as my old laptop is out of space, and horsepower. Due to my current computer challenges videos linked below were shot 8 bit 1080p 60fps, and have been run through Windows Movie Maker which converted them to 30fps? (As stated, the technical side is currently beyond me) No colour grading, exposure or other shifts has been applied. You will note the white plumose anemones are washed out / burnt at times but I really wanted to get a feel for the camera, and judging results on a small camera screen is not that easy. There is some focus hunting, which I honestly think was me hitting AF lock lever trying to re-focus. Anyway, to keep things simple I shot 1/60, f8, Auto ISO, Manual White Balance and Single Autofocus. The white balance was remarkably easy, simply hit the thumb lever, then up button to activate viewfinder, point at something white (I used my dry glove, or a white anemone) and hit OK. Perhaps a grey slate would work better? I don't know, this was the first time I have ever performed manual white balance. Local water conditions can be challenging at times due to river run-off and plankton. This dive had pretty good conditions; decent visibility at depth with suspended particulate and a surprising amount of light considering the top 8 feet was river silt with 2 foot viz, and the next 10+ feet was plankton soup with 5ish foot viz. Here are a few miscellaneous shots where I tried different scenarios https://youtu.be/ydu2t-w1Vis Mother octopus grooming eggs (eggs start at 1:06) https://youtu.be/M7NrIMyTR4o Regards, Adam
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