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  1. Here is a link to a short video "Happy Women's Day From a Diver" in advance of International Women's Day on March 8th. I posted this video a few days earlier, as I will be away on the Ray of Hope Expedition, diving in Andaman Sea next week. Best wishes to all women, divers and non-divers. All footage is filmed with Sony a7rii camera. https://youtu.be/VeWGMLk4DGU
  2. Hi, I am currently shooting with my Sony A7 in a Nauticam housing and for wideangle I use my 16-35/4. Though I am happy with that lens I sometimes miss a fisheye and I really do not like the fisheye adapter solution by Sony. So I am thinking about getting a Sea&Sea 12mm but I have a few questions. Is there enough space between housing and lens to comfortably operate aperture and focus dials? How is the Sea&Sea mounted on the housing in terms of durability/stability and how is it mounted on my Sony camera? Is anybody using this combination and can report? Many thanks!
  3. Hello, I am not able to set custom white balance on my Sony a7Rii with Ikelite housing with 8 inch dome underwater. It works fine above water with the same setup, but not underwater. Could anyone share their experience and hopefully advise? Many thanks.
  4. This is a DIY video about building your custom lenght fiber cabel to your flash. This cabel also work with the nauticam flash trigger. Nauticam tells on their site that the Sea & Sea YS-D2 is not compatible with their trigger. Here is a work around. Hopefully nauticam and Sea & Sea send me a thanks
  5. Hello All, I’m switching from a Sony A7 to a GH5/S, and I need a recommendation for a dome. I have the Nauticam housing for the A7 which I use with the Nikonos 15mm lens so I didn’t needed a dome. I’m getting the Nauticam housing for the GH5, I’m searching for a dome for the Pana 12-35mm II and Pana 8-18mm lenses. Nauticam option is the 180mm dome ref. 18809, Zen option seems to be the 170mm dome ref. zen-dp170-n85II. Price is the same for both domes. I would be tempted by the Zen model because it’s smaller (slightly?). With your experience which one would you recommend? Thanks! Claude
  6. This is a collaborative video with a friend of me Location for the video: Egersund and Lysefjorden Norway. Cameras used: Sony A7 with 90mm macro and +10 diopter in Nauticam housing. Panasonic GH4 with olympus 60mm macro, filmed in 4K @100 Mbs 25 fps. in Nauticam housing. Edited down to 1080p @ 25fps.
  7. Complete set-up for Sony A7 ready to shoot WA or Macro All components are 12-18 months old and have had very little use. They are all in perfect working condition and were purchased new from Backscatter in the US. Included in the kit: Sony A7 camera with charger and 3 batteries Nauticam Housing Sony Lenses: 24-70 mm / 16-35 mm/ 90 mm Optical Glass Dome Port 180mm Macro Port 90mm Focus Gear 90 mm Extension Rings 30mm +50mm Flip Diopter Holder for 90mm N100-N120_40mm_Port Adapter with Zoom/focus knob $5500.00 plus cost of shipping from Canada and insurance
  8. Selling a like NEW Nauticam WWL-1 Wet Wide Angle Lens -- used on only 1 dive trip. Works well with a range of compact, Micro 4/3 (Panasonic & Olympus), and Sony E Mount (A7 series) cameras Come complete with box, carry case,neoprene cover, back lens cover, M67 mount and cleaning cloth. Includes optional M67 to Bayonet Mount Converter (an $80 option, new). Bought new for $995.00 Asking $850.00 (including the bayonet mount converter). Additionally available - Nauticam N50 Short Port -- suitable as a wide angle port for the Canon G7X and Panasonic LX-100 housing. Bought new for $180. Asking $90 Payment by Paypal (provide an email, and I can send generate an invoice). Free US shipping, once payment is confirmed by Paypal.
  9. A few pics and video from our recent Sea of Cortez trip on the Solmar V. Originally we were going to go to the Socorros, so I didn't have a macro lens along. The Sony a7 is ground-breaking is a full-frame mirrorless camera, lots smaller and lighter than my D800 for sure. Better low-light and a host of programability. BUT lens offerings are pretty scarce. Hopefully by the end of the year this should be improved. With some of the viz "challenging", I ended up shooting a fair amount of shallower available light. With the a7's low-light abilities it was easy to shoot up into the 2-3,000 ISOs without much degradation at all. Using the manual focus Nikonos lens was a bit different, but it has such a long depth of field that I just stopped it down and only changed focus from CF/WA to WA as necessary. Using focus peaking it was easy to shoot when you saw the "reds" of their eyes! I also used the 28-70 and for a "kit" lens it isn't bad, with a close up diopter, I think it would work out well. I did shoot some moderate close ups and with the huge files, a little cropping came up with some pleasing images. My Full Review is Here Trip Report is Here
  10. Demo Nauticam a7 System available. Sony a7 full-frame mirrorless camera, 28-70mm Sony lens, Nauticam NA-A7 housing, 28-70 port, zoom gear, vacuum check valve. Used on one trip, as new, full warranty. $5195, save $515! Free ground shipping in US! CC/Paypal accepted, fees included. Email, or call 800-359-1295.
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