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  1. I spent a week in Aniloa at Aiyanar Beach and Dive Resort shooting with a Sony a6000 in Nauticam housing. Setup included: Zoom - Sony 18-55mm lens in N85 Flat Port 72 Macro - Inon UCL for macro in M67 Flip Diopter Holder Wide - Sony 16mm + Fisheye converter in N85 4.33 inch Fisheye Dome Port 2 Intovatec 2500 lights Nauticam Flextray with Ultralight ball arms Overall the rig is heavy and I ended up putting 12 StiX Buoyancy floats on the arms. Videos here: https://vimeo.com/124075881 https://vimeo.com/125426894 https://vimeo.com/129053842 Edits in Adobe After Affects and Premier Pro CC 2014. No post production stabilization. Most of this was shot in 1080/60p at 1/125 sec and Auto ISO. I varied the F-stop depended on the type of shot (zoom, macro, wide). Since I was shooting video I used the U/W White Balance setting. For the most part it was OK, but in almost all the clips still had to make color adjustments. Also, I noticed the wide shots (16mm + Fisheye converter in the Dome Port) were not sharp / out of focus on the edges. For some of those clips where it was really noticeable I had to crop about 5-10% I find the lights are pretty good, but I did notice a shutter effect at night when both lights were on high. If I backed one down it seemed to go away.
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