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Hi Wetpixel members, due to system change to video, I sell my used Nauticam Housing NA-EM1 for the Olympus OM-D E-M1. The housing has never been flooded and is functional and waterproof. I have always rinsed and soaked it well, but it has done quite some diving and the rubber on the handles has some cosmetically damage (doesn't really matter when holding, see photo). The "Mode" dial has some damage on the rubber inside the housing (see photo). The "Mode dial"rubber can be fixed by yourself with some rubber and glue or you could order the part from Nauticam (if they sell parts) or send it for service. At the moment the dial doesn't get very good grip with the camera dial. Leak detector working. Otherwise all buttons are fine and its a great housing with back button focus possibility. All my photos on www.joergblessing.com have been taken with this housing and it was 100% reliable. Housing comes with Handles(see photo), Manual, Spare O-Ring (Main O ring), Nauticam Grease, Warranty form. No Port or vacuum. Price 900 Euro contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Housing is in Germany, can ship international, payment by transfer/ Pay Pal /direct pickup
Almost identical to a recent post, I am looking for a mirrorless camera and underwater setup. I primarily want to use it for shooting stills and macro on coral reefs, occasional wide angle wreck shots, reef scenes too; I also want to use the camera above water. The cameras I am most interested in are the: Olympus om-d e-m1 + Nauticam housing (nau-17806) + 60 mm macro lens and 12-40 pro lens (I am budget conscious though, so am open to using the Olympus housing instead) Olympus om-d e-m5 Mark ii I am also interested in the Sony alpha a7ii, A7s, etc, but I think they are out of my price range. Does anyone have a used mirrorless camera with lenses, an UW housing, ports etc. that they are looking to sell? Backscatter and Bluewater photo are offering a basic underwater setup with the E-M1 for $1699. Will need to build on this with strobes, lenses, etc, but figured I'd check with the WP community first before I pulled the trigger on one of these setups... http://www.bluewaterphotostore.com/olympus-omd-em1-bundle If not a full setup, I want to start piecing it together so I am interested in any mirrorless camera bodies, lenses, housings, etc. Thanks for all of your help!
While at first glance Olympus's new free OM-D E-M1 camera firmware upgrade v2 doesn't appear to offer much for underwater photography, digging into some of it's subtleties and improvements shows that it offers some pretty interesting ideas to expand your underwater universe. The features added include most all of the latest ones now found on the new PEN E-PL7. It's not often that you can apply these types of upgrades to a camera that's nearly a year old. Besides some improvements such as speeding up it's EVF display, more and smaller AF points, and improved focus peaking, there are a lot of new in-camera creative possibilities available such as using Keystone Correction to straighten the lines of a wreck, or maybe stalks of kelp, while shooting with a fisheye lens - right on the camera back. Same with it's Live Composite Tool; allowing for multiple exposures to be made creatively without post-processing. Other cool effects like Partial Color are now available, allowing you to shoot a brightly colored subject against a black and white background. Do you like HDR? This popular technique of shooting and overlaying multiple varying exposures can be set-up and shot right on the camera. Using a high-frame rate, these HDR composites can be previewed on the camera display and then saved into RAW for further manipulation later. New is ev compensation on the HDR frames. Updates have also been made to the wireless apps and tethering software, along with many other features you'll enjoy using above water. You can also use them to apply filters and create composite "stories" and upload them with your phone; without even opening your housing! If you have one of these great Olympus micro-four thirds cameras, getting this free E-M1 firmware update is a no-brainer. It is easily downloaded onto a computer, then uploaded to the camera with the mini-usb cable included with the camera. So enjoy this cool new present from Olympus and think creatively underwater, you might be surprised! More information on the OM-D EM1 can be found here. You can download the updater here. Here's a complete list of new features and changes: 8 New Functions: Keystone Compensation (Digital Shift) Tethered Shooting System (OLYMPUS capture) Live Composite Zoom In/Out and Layout have been added to Photo Story. Save (complete partway through), Temporary Save, and Resume functions have been added to Photo Story mode New Art Filters: Vintage and Partial color Old Film Effect in video recording The Aperture Lock function has been added to Aperture Preview The Panning Shot shooting mode has been added to SCN mode 16 Operability Improvements: Image display time lag in the Electronic Viewfiner has been improved to 16 msec (frame rate setting is high speed) Multiple simultaneous settings now available in Live Guide Exposure compensation (±3 EV) is now available in HDR 1/HDR2 shooting A function has been added to cancel Color Creator and return to the original Picture Mode by pressing the MENU button when using Color Creator function. Movie Tele-converter can now be used simultaneously when Art Filter is set to Picture Mode. AF function for each frame was added to Custom Self Timer. In Drive Mode's Custom Self Timer settings, you can now press the INFO button to change settings. MF Assist is now supported in magnified frame position. 3x has been added to high resolution magnified Live View. The Peaking display frame rate has been improved. Electronic zoom speed setting function was added. An icon appears on the LCD monitor when using an Olympus electronic zoom lens. When the arrow pad is set to Direct function, the Underwater/Underwater macro functions can be used with the left and down button on the arrow pad. Double tap is now supported in touch operations on the Super Control Panel. The level gauge and histogram can now be displayed during magnified frame display. The Touch Off icon was added to magnified frame display. A function was added so that shooting information recorded in HDR1/HDR2 can be viewed in the playback screen. Information on composited number of shots for images recorded with Live Composite was added (Can be checked in Olympus Viewer3). When the BKT button is held down, the BKT menu now appears.