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Hi from Bangkok, Thailand. I'm an ameteur underwater photographer (Beginner) but I frequently shoot landscape, panoramic photography and macro ( intraoral dental photographs). After research about housing, strobes and underwater photography technique , I bought my first full system (not include my old gopro4 and sony FDRx3000) My gears: A7Riii + metabones + 8-15 F4L Nauticam housing + port adaptor + extension ring 30 + Nauticam 140 mm fisheye dome port Sea & Sea YS-D3 + diffuser + mini flash trigger Weefine 2300 focus light x1 I wish I will buy INON mega float M -650g x2 + INON float M -135g x2 Total = -1570g But I'm not sure it gonna work. I see a lot photographers use Sony A7 with 8-15 and Nauticam 140 mm dome port. Please advise if you have any suggestions about buoyancy. Thanks Namton
Hello, I am looking into migrating my camera setup from ultralight arms with StiX floats to Nauticam carbon fiber aluminum float arms. Since my setup is quite common, want to ask for arm size recommendations. I am using a NA-D850 housing, 2x Sea&Sea YS-D2J strobes, with 2x 5" and 2x 8" UL arms. Any input is truly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Ok, so I have a Nauticam housing and using 2 Nauticam float arms from the housing to the strobes. It seems that I have to tighten down the clamps so much to get the arms to stop moving and there's not much left of the clamp to turn (spring is about all the way compressed). Looks as though the O-rings are in good shape with no cuts or damage. Has anyone else had this issue, and if so what's the solution?