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  1. Thanks to @Architeuthis I was able to build and test my fisheye zoom rig in the pool on Thursday and it performs amazingly well With a focal length of 8 - 15 mm fisheye this is going to be my primary rig, details of the build and parts needed listed on the blog https://interceptor121.com/2019/11/30/canon-8-15-mm-fisheye-on-the-panasonic-gh5-pool-tests/ Can't upload pictures due to 1 MB limit sorry
  2. Hello I'm selling a "Olympus M. Zuiko Digital 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6 II R" including the corresponding Nauticam zoom gear. Both items are new and were never used! Price: 300 € (Since this is a private sale is no guarantee)
  3. Hello, I am selling my two year old Olympus E-PL3 Micro 4/3 camera setup, as I am upgrading to a DSLR. All items are in great condition and are in the original packaging. I am selling: Olympus E-PL3 camera body Olympus 14-42 IIR lens Olympus PT-EP05L housing Inon UWL-H100 28M67 Type 2 Wide Angle Lens Panasonic 45-200mm lens Zoom gear for 14-42 lens Shading rings for the standard port and dome port (dome port not for sale) 2 spare o-rings for housing 2 spare batteries for camera Slot Stay with T base (with spare camera mounting screws) 45cm Flex Arm with YS mount Sea and Sea Fibre optic cable Hoya 37mm Polarising Filter All of the above is in fantastic, almost new condition, and has been well cared for and is in full working order. The housing has never been flooded. The housing and Inon wide angle lens have protective covers that are not pictured. The Panasonic 45-200mm lens has just been used once, and the optics are in like new condition. The Inon wide angle lens also has like new optics and has only been used on one trip (purchased July 2013). This setup has everything that you would need apart from a strobe. It is a great camera and a brilliant step up from a compact camera, with full manual controls and a larger sensor, and is equally a great camera for the more experienced photographer. I have spent over £1900 on this set up. I am looking for £850 given the fantastic condition. I am based in the UK, buyer pays postage or collect. If anyone has any questions, or want more photos, please ask! Many Thanks!!
  4. 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
  5. I am selling my barely used back up system. Normally I shoot a housed SLR and like to carry a back up just in case. I grew tired of the performance of a point and shoot so I looked into the micro four thirds. It's great, fast auto focus, manual control and nice sharp lens options. This one only has about 10 dives on it from this summer. It's a great camera, small in size for easy manageability in the water and on the airplane. Plus it shoots HD video with the (quick) touch of a single button. Why am I selling it, well I am buying a house, and need the cash. If you want a picture of the camera kit as well let me know. Attached images are taken with this Recsea GF2 Housing Recsea Wide angle glass port for 8mm wide angle Panasonic GF2 Camera with 14-42 lens Panasonic 8mm wide angle lens all original boxes, manuals, etc Tray ~ it's the wrong one though UL TRD. It's not big enough for the housing as it has a "raised" lip. So I just flip it over upside down and attach it. interests? questions? let me know
  6. I recently changed my way of thinking and stepped from shooting with a dSLR to an Olympus PEN (EPL2). I am very impressed with the system, its size, its ergonomics and its photographic capabilities and have posted my first photos to my Flickr account. A couple of weeks ago I also started a new group on Flickr named Underwater Micro Four Thirds. Anyone is welcome to join, and feel free to upload photos taken with your Micro Four Thirds camera's (Olympus or Panasonic).
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