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  1. VERY Good condition Nauticam NA-GH5 housing - with Nauticam M14 vacuum valve II - with Nauticam optical mini trigger for Panasonic - wIth 2 pcs F.I.T. multi base w/arms (two 1-inch ball mount adapter each) It is my own housing. Bought new, never flooded, never repaired, never dropped Everything works great and every week I immerse myself in this box. All photos for the last 3-5 months in my instagram @uw.art taken with it incl. cap, spare o-ring, o-ring remover, cloth. Retractor for gift Price $2179 for all + international shipping from Philippines ($57 to US) without box. I have original Nauticam bag in Russia (+ 49 US$ can be send separate) Additional photo by request Location : near Dauin, Negros Oriental If you like to buy m4/3 lens i have for sale mint condition - Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 8mm f/1.8 Fisheye PRO = US$ 669 - Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 30mm f/3.5 Macro Lens = US$ 199 - Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 25mm f/1.4 ASPH = US$ 359 Also i have for sale F.I.T. 4.33'' Optical Glass Dome Port with 20mm N85 Nauticam extension (for use w/8mm m.Zuiko 1.8 fisheye) = US$ 549 (no one scratches on the glass) + neoprene cap = great for Close Focus Wide Angle ALL FIX PRICE
  2. I'm looking to connect/discuss about specific shooting techniques, post production process etc for those working with Olympus or Panasonic equipment - especially those who are freediving. Want to pick your brains on how to get the best image quality out of the format as I"m trying to make a decision if I should ditch the platform and move over to SONY A6xxx series. Challenge is I'm heavily invested in Olympus gear having 3 bodies, 4 fast primes, 3 zooms plus an Olympus housing and Zen WA-100 port for the housing. Trying to not take the hit financially switching to a new system so I'm inquiring to see who has had success in shooting with these cameras while freediving.
  3. Selling a very little used, near perfect contiditon Nauticam port for the Olympus 12-50mm lens, with zoom gear and M77 flip diopter holder which will hold 67mm diopters. Looking for € 480/ $ 560.
  4. Hi guys, Im looking to buy a housing of any make for the Panasonic GX7. Let me know if you have one you'd like to sell! Cheers Tom
  5. Hey Guys! I'm into underwater video (currently own a panasonic GX7), and im looking to buy a new lens but not quite sure what to get. Everyone seems to recommend either the olympus/panasonic 7-14mm lenses, or the olympus 9-18mm lens. Could anyone share some advice as to the difference in underwater videos (even stills) between the 7-14mm and 9-18mm lenses? Thanks in advance!
  6. http://www.43rumors.com/ft5-amazon-china-leaks-the-olympus-30mm-macro-lens-info/ Usefull under water?
  7. The comming Olympus 7-14 mm f2.8 lens will not fit in an Nauticam housing due the lens diameter (approx 80 mm) is wider the maximum inner diameter (approx 73 mm) of the Nauticam port system. This was a real bummer as I was looking foward to getting a f2.8 wide angle lens. Lets hope the upcomming Olympus fisheye 8.0 mm f1.8 is a better match. At least it looks slimmer in the pictures. http://www.olympus-global.com/en/news/2015a/nr150205zuikoe.jsp Picture below shows both Pana and Oly 7-14 mm lenses on an GH4 body courtesy of the 43.org site.
  8. I have an OMD EM5 with Nauticam housing. only problem is there is enough light I cant white balance. which makes its super hard to get good video. It simply comes up with a screen that says something like, "cannot white balance." My question is, are all M4/3 cameras like this? does anyone have experience with the GH4 that they can share? Also, are DSLRS like the 5dMKIII any better? or can anyone recommend a camera that has this dialled?
  9. The new Olympus 7-14 2.8 seems to be imminent, however, what differences / advantages would you expect compared to the Panasonic equivalence that has been around for quite some time? Are the ports for the latter expected to fit the former? Then there is now also a rumored 8mm 1.8 fisheye for Olympus. This is only rumored, however it sounds quite extreme to me, i suppose it will become large, or at least larger than the Panasonic 8mm 3.5. So I assume that ports for an Olympus fisheye like that would not match the Panasonic. I quite happily use the Panasonic today, but would not mind some more light... Cheers /O
  10. Well after all the conversations here, I found a camera store that actually had the EM-5, the EM-1 and the GX7 in stock and available to play with. They only carry Panasonic lenses at the moment so I played with the 14-42 kit lens for the GX7 and the 8mm fisheye. As a current Canon 40D user, I was impressed by the compactness of all the cameras and lenses, though having said that, I was actually surprised to find that the GX7 was as big and beefy as it was. To make a long story short, they all impressed me. Three observations: 1) EVFs have come a long way. The one on the EM-1 is head and shoulders above the other two. The GX7's, which has gotten good reviews, I found to not be that much better than the EM-5 in practical use, though it is cool that it rotates up and down. One big difference is that the EM viewfinders are 4/3 aspect ratio, whereas the GX7's is 16x9. The Oly viewfinders crop the top and bottom when you switch to video. I think I like the Panny's diopter adjustment better than the teensy little knob on the Olys, though once set, it liklely wouldn't get moved, anyway, and the Panny's is easier to adjust by accident when you move the viewfinder. 2) I found the controls on the EM-1 to be less intuitive to a new user, whereas the EM-5 is a bit more intuitive and the GX7 is setup like what you'd expect from more of a rangefinder style. EM-1 felt to be in a different category of build quality from the EM-5. Panny felt very solid as well. 3) The GX7 has a pop-up flash -- the Oly's don't. They do come with a clip on miniflash but you have to remove two plastic pieces, one for the hotshoe and one for the mini-usb plug. I would probably lose at least one of those two little pieces in about 15 minutes. BTW -- I did also look at a 70D body. My 40Ds feel more solid, but it seemed OK. Definitely a size difference between it and the M43 cameras. The next thing will be to see what the housings look like and figure out the cost curve on trying to unload a bunch of Canon lenses (though I will likely keep my 100-400 and a 40D body for any fast action photos). If I do make the switch from Canon to M43, it will be for compactness above all else. Another point -- last year I bought a Sony RX100 and I use it for daily shooting now. But I don't think it would suit me for underwater based on its limited macro ability. In any event, the bottom line for me would be -- is the EM-1 viewfinder $500 better than the one on the EM-5 and GX7, do I really value the pop-up flash, and is there really that much practical diffefence in 2 vs 5 axis IBIS. Everything else is already documented on the review sites.
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