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I currently have an E-M5 mark 1 with the Olympus housing with two UFL stobes. I'm looking to upgrade my lens, with the intent on buying a new M4/3 down the road. I'm torn between picking out a new lens. Anyone have a suggestions or opinions on either the 7-14mm or 12-40mm Pro lens from Olympus? I'd probably be buying an AOI port to go with my new lens. Thanks in advance. Marty
Hello, I have an excellent condition Nauticam housing for the Panasonic GH2 camera, and a Panasonic GH2 body that has a kit box and all accessories, plus 2 extra Chili Power batteries. The GH2 is hacked with Flow Motion 2.02, you get 100Mbps! See details here. Asking $1000 including shipping and PayPal. Thanks.
I just got back from Hawaii, and it was absolutely awesome! I'm very new to SCUBA diving, but I've been into photography for a long time. My wife and I went to Hawaii over Memorial Day weekend (plus a couple of days). On Oahu, I did two dives: Baby Barge, and a reef drift... I can't recall the name now. Both were great, but Baby Barge had some incredibly strong currents, so I sucked most of my air in less than 25 minutes. On Kauai I mainly snorkeled around Tunnels Beach, which was spectacular. Looking back, I wish I would have gone diving on Kauai as well, but I didn't want to spend too much time away from my wife while we were both on vacation (she doesn't dive). We ended up doing lots of hiking and other outdoor activities. Next time! In any case, these are my favorite photos from the trip: Striped Squirrelfish by Mike Cialowicz, on Flickr Yellow-Striped Goatfish, Oahu by Mike Cialowicz, on Flickr Snorkeling, Tunnels Beach by Mike Cialowicz, on Flickr Honu Bro by Mike Cialowicz, on Flickr My setup consisted of the following: Olympus E-PM1, Olympus underwater housing (PT-EP06), Zen glass dome lens port, Olympus 9-18mm, Sea & Sea YS-01 strobe, flex arm. Cheers! Mike