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Merry Christmas! I am looking for a bit of advice, and perhaps some reassurance on my imminent setup choices. I am an avid snorkeler in the North of Scotland, in the water probably 300 days of the year. I also scuba dive here weekly. As I snorkel and freedive I have been enjoying using a small camera set up without strobes, olympus OMD EM5MKII in nauticam housing with an 8mm fisheye and mini dome. I really enjoy shooting split shots and like the versatility of the fisheye. I've wanted to start using strobes for my scuba and now have two inon z330s, but I enjoy using the camera without strobes down to 10m whilst snorkeling as it is less bulky. This is my first underwater camera setup, and when I have come to print images larger, they just aren't as sharp as I'd like. So my research has lead me to look at something with a larger sensor that would be far more light sensitive, whilst not being too bulky. I've settled on a Sony A7Riv with a sigma 15mm fisheye and 14mm dome port. Does this sound like the correct setup for how I dive or is there something out there that I am overlooking? Any advise would be greatly appreciated.
Brand new unopened Sony A7R IV mirrorless camera body and Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 GM lens. Ordered straight from Sony. Comes with with all necessary paperwork and warranty. $5200 as a package $3200 for just the camera body $2000 for just the 24-70mm
Hi All, Switching my primary wide angle lens so selling my current Sony FE 16-35mm F4, Nauticam Zoom Gear, Nauticam N100 Extension Ring 50 w/ lock and Auto Magic 77mm threaded filter. All are in excellent working condition with normal signs of wear. No scratches on lens or Auto Magic filter. Sony FE 16-35mm F4 - $750 Nauticam N100 Extension Ring 50 w/ Lock - $250 Nauticam Zoom Gear - $140 Auto Magic Filter 77mm - $65 Click images to view full res.