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  1. Hi, I am in the process of considering my next camera upgrade. I have an Olympus OMD EM1 at the moment for underwater use and a Nikon D750 that I bought for a Safari recently. My problem is deciding if I should house the D750 or swap it for a D7200.... I have heard a lot of people saying that the full frame setups are heavy in comparison but looking at the Nauticam housing the D750 is lighter than than the D7200. So I guess its just the size of the dome port may be bigger for say a sigma 15mm compared with a Tokina 10-17, not a huge issue to me. I mainly take large animal portraits or macro. As far as Macro goes I am guessing a 105mm less on the D750 any disadvantages using this compared to a d7200? Anyone use the D750 and can give me some feedback on how it performs? If anyone has used both any guidance on how they compare would be great.
  2. Hello all, We just finished our spearfishing promoting video for Nihiwatu Resort, in Sumba, Indonesia. It was mostly shot with a Nikon D7200, (Tokina 10-17+ kenko 1.4) Nauticam Housing, Sea and Sea 9' acrylic dome, though it has also some Gopro 4 Black and DJI drone shooting. Water wasn't crystal clear, though... Here's the link:
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