Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'nex'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Administration
    • Announcements
    • Feedback
  • The Galley
    • The Galley: General Chat
    • Beginner Forum
    • Photo / Video Showcase
    • Classifieds
  • Gear and Tips
    • Photography Gear and Technique
    • Video Gear and Technique
    • Lights, Strobes, and Lighting Technique
    • Shooting Technique, Workflow and Editing
  • Planet Earth
    • Trip Reports and Travel
    • Conservation and the Environment
    • Critter Identification
  • Other
    • Copyright Issues, Non-Payment, Fraud, Theft

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests


Full Name


E-mail Address


Contact Phone


Mailing Address


Camera Model & Brand


Camera Housing


Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand


Accessories


Industry Affiliation

Found 15 results

  1. Nauticam 4" Fisheye Dome Port for Sony NEX Asking $350 shipped insured USA Small fisheye dome port works great with the Sony 16mm or 20mm pancake lens Highly recommended with the Sony E-mount fisheye conversion lens, which screws over the 16mm lens Includes neoprene dome port cover, rear cap and spare o-ring!
  2. I'm selling my Nauticam Nikonos n85 adapter which allows you to use nikonos lenses on the nex/a6000 a6300 a6500 sony systems this adapter is new never been wet with all original packaging,0-rings,and instructions retail price is normally $420 I'm selling for $360 which includes domestic shipping/insurance buyer pays PayPal fees My email is deedeeflores01@aol.com which gets a quicker reply Thanks DeeDee
  3. NA-36203 - Nauticam - Macro Port & Focus Gear Set for Canon EF Lens to Sony NEX. For use with Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM (Needs the Metabone EF-S to Sony NEX Adapter II, works with NEX-7, NEX-6, NEX-5R, NEX-5N, NEX-5). New in box. Retails for 700 USD/ 750 Euro. Asking Price: 440 USD/ 400 Euro OBO......You are welcome to make an offer (Send PM). Item is located in Germany. Click here for shipment cost: http://www.ebay.de/itm/331756640746?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
  4. For sale is a very good condition Sony NEX-7, black kit lens (with caps and hood!), battery, charger, and a good condition Meikon NEX-7 dive housing. The original (quite premium!) box for the NEX-7 and its kit lens is included. All accessories are OEM and not third party (excluding the housing of course). All functions work great with the housing, except the dial that rotates the rear scroll wheel slips. I will try to get it to work better before it ships out, but it may just be a design "feature". To be clear, both of the top two dials work flawlessly. Pics coming soon! Price: $399 shipped! Buyer to pay 3% paypal fee or use gift if they are comfortable with that.
  5. The acrylic on the dome is in great condition; the aluminum has minor cosmetic blemishes. Comes with neoprene dome cover and O-ring. The Lens and Fisheye adapter are in very similar condition. Minor wear on body but glass in great shape. This combination gives 15mm equiv. on a APSC NEX 3-7 or a3000-6000. This is a complete and very nice wide angle combination for the NEX system For photos taken with this set up (scroll down) http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=51046&hl= $600 including shipping within the US. Int’l buyers responsible for shipping and any import duties. Photos of the equipment for sale
  6. As NEX shooters will know all too well, there is a lack of lens options for the system. Up until recently, there has only been one dedicated wide angle option (16mm + FE) and one Macro option (30mm). It’s also possible to use the 18-55mm kit lens with external (wet) diopter for a closer perspective. Any other macro options? How about the Nikonos 80mm with extension tubes? I’ve recently completed two dives with my NEX 7 and the Nikonos 80mm. To improve focus distance, I attach two extension tubes . My quick impressions: Its super macro on the NEX! For NEX users, ‘nuff said. It’s fun! It’s a real challenge to shoot. I’ve had a lot of with this lens. I feel is a high risk, high reward type set up. Its best suited to calm conditions where you have plenty of time to shoot. i.e. Blue Heron Bridge. Several shots were on a recent night dive with a bit of current. My % keepers were much lower. A magnifying viewfinder is a necessity. Since you have to judge focus yourself. With extension tubes, the only way to focus is to rock in and out. With this lens, and underwater in general, I have not found the focus peaking on the NEX to work very well, even with focus lights. Maybe I’m doing it wrong…. It’s heavy. Having the system more neutral would help the handling a lot. Even at f16, DoF is razor thin. The resolution isn’t great. I think this has always been the issue with the 80mm, but the 24mpx on the NEX 7 doesn’t help it along. There is plenty of detail, just don’t crop down or pixel peep. First, the set up NO, NO. Look THIS way. Flounder eyes. Moving objects are difficult but not impossible. Both could be better, but for my level, not bad considering the limitations of the set up. Sometimes, even stationary subjects can be difficult. Hey, I meant to focus on the pinchers and not the eyes. I swear! When it works… Guitar fish eye, Corals, Worm, Blenny.
  7. Hello all, I am not new to underwater photo/video, but I am new to using a digital camera set up, and I'm looking for any advice on the camera focusing set up for a Sony NEX with the 16mm with the VLC-ECF1 fish eye adaptor lens, inside the Nauticam housing with dome port. When I used to film using a Sony PC5 miniDV camera in a Oceanhaus housing with 120deg wide angle port, I used to focus the camera to an object in the distance, leave the camera set to manual focus, and then once inside the housing with the wide angle port, everything from about 1ft / .3m to the distance was in focus. From my testing on land, this doesn't seem to be the case with the NEX camera. The autofocus works well, but I'm concerned in case the focus starts to come in and out when filming underwater, or even worse, focuses on port if I see something in the distance. I cannot find any focus gear for the 16mm lens. Is there some for the Nauticam housing Does anyone have any focus set up tips for this set up? Settings such as centre spot, multi spot, single shot or continuous autofocus etc, or has anyone found a good set up in manual mode? Will it work to focus manually ona distance object and get stuff in focus from 1m onwards? Any help would be great fully apretiated - I'm trying to fill gaps from old techniques to the digital world! LOL! Cheers Tony
  8. I purchased a new camera and housing. Therefore, my old one must go. It has served me well for the last two years taking photos mainly in local waters (British Columbia/Washington). I’ve never had a leak! Since I do mostly shore diving, there are nicks and scratches on the housing, but everything is functional. In my paranoia of having a discontinued housing, I purchased an extra body for the camera and there is still plenty out there. I would like $3000 for the package. I invested at least $5000 in this combined system. I will not sell the camera system separately unless the housing is sold first. I will let the housing set up go for $2000. Here are the specs: Camera Bodies: SONY NEX5N (one black/one silver), 16Mp sensor, mirrorless system Lenses: 18-55mm, 55-210mm(not for underwater), 16mm, 30mm macro, 60mm Sigma(not great underwater) Extras: 4 batteries, remote control, mini tripod, ND filter, two battery chargers Underwater Housing: Aquatica Cast Aluminum housing with 2 arms Several port extensions to accommodate a variety of lens configurations. Zoom gear for 18-55mm Clip to hold camera in place Leak moisture detector - super sensitive extra o-rings You can have a look at my photos taken above and below water with this system on my website: www.celticcow.com or http://kerry-enns.artistwebsites.com If you live within the Vancouver to Hope area of British Columbia, I will meet you where you wish and give you a lesson on setup. I will also make myself available to you for further hints and tips on using this housing. Note: if you want to use this in our dark waters you will need at least one strobe light or a very powerful regular light. I also recommend purchasing floats/float arms to compensate for the negative buoyancy of the housing.
  9. WTB - Nauticam NEX port DOME 7"
  10. Hi Has anybody had any experience with the new Nauticam Super Macro Converter alongside the 30mm Macro Lens for the Sony NEX? I am thinking about adding it to my setup but would be interested on peoples thoughts? does it work well alongside the lens? the thread attach directly to the port or does another attachment needed? Any examples of pictures would also be greatly appreciated. Many thanks
  11. Does anyone have any experience of using one of these things (or similar)? What degree of automation do they give? Are they compatible with a Nauticam housing and port? http://www.ebay.com/itm/DEO-Canon-EOS-EF-EF-S-lens-to-Sony-NEX-E-adapter-AF-AUTOFOCUS-USM-I-S-Work-/181093083503?
  12. Underwater setup bought from uw-fotopartner after test. Never used letter in water. Package contains SONY NEX-5 CAMERA WITH 18-55mm lens. RECSEA NEX-5 Housing with Diffuser RECSEA NEX-5 18-55 PORT RECSEA NEX-5 18-55 PORT ZOOM GEAR INON Z-240 TYPE IV Please do not ask for the strobe! More photos - in better resolution at -> http://pwch.linuxpl.info/allegro3/ Click image to enlarge. PRICE 1500 EURO + SHIPMENT
  13. Hi everyone. I started my own strobe and arm system connecting to this 5n using a Meikon housing. It is a good housing if I am using it for shallow water sport but not for diving. I started looking for better housing system. Currently I have found Nauticam, 10bar, Aquatica, Recsea, Acquapazza and have been wondering which is the best. I also have a Nex6 camera and Nauticam is the only company providing a housing for this camera. Thanks
  14. Nauticam Sony NEX-5 housing with Nauticam Aluminum Tray with Dual handles $1200. Used on only one dive trip. Includes extra O-rings. excellent condition, properly maintained, free shipping within U.S.
  15. Hello Wetpixel, I'm hearing more and more DSLR shooters that are getting an EVIL camera for underwater use, and I'm myself considering it now. I currently own a fully equipped Hugyfor gear for my Nikon D7000, and I'm very happy with the quality and ergonomy. Still, I like to dive as light as possible in any occasion, but I'm also getting several occasions to go abroad for short business trips, in places with good diving potential. I'd love to dive in those places and bring back some pictures, but I really can't affort to carry my 1620 Pelican case with all the DSLR gear... Like most DSLR shooters (I presume), I'm concerned about the loss in image quality (although I believe some Sony NEX cameras are at par with my D7000), and by slower autofocus, but I've never tried any of these EVIL cameras underwater. I say Alex Mustard's article which raised my interest on the Olympus OM-D, but what about the NEX family, the tiny Pentax, etc? So for those of you who investigated the matter in more detail, which EVIL camera do you think is best for underwater photography, and why?
×
×
  • Create New...