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Looking at building up a Nauticam A7IV setup...I like doing a lot of pelagic type expeditions (ex. Marlin run, Mobula rays, Whales, etc..) and probably do scuba 50% of the time. I would like to have a streamlined setup particularly when freediving/open ocean swimming and a lot of on and off boats in general. I am now suffering from likely overthinking a situation. I know the WWL-1b setup with flat port 45 and 28-60mm lens is well proven and has zoom through. I also notice that the sony 24mm G lens with flat port 23 and WWL-C setup can work but then I am locked at a 130 FOV. Unfortunately don''t have a local Nauticam dealer, is there a perceptible difference in size/weight of both setups? Thanks in advance.
All footage here I shot on the new Sony A74 (in Nauticam A7S3 housing). Dive sites around Puerto Galera and Verde Island. https://youtu.be/Y7appZ7mKsQ Anyone considering a trip here let me know. British expat dive instructor and professional photographer running dive trips around the Philippines. The country is open and we are diving every week.
I have been eagerly waiting on the announcement of Sony A7IV and quite like its features for both video and photo, I think it offers great features for both video and stills for enthusiasts and maybe semi-pros too. However my excitement got dashed quickly after watching a few videos and particularly this one where you can see the dial to switch between photo and video is under the main mode dial, does this mean you can't really use it underwater unless someone comes up with some really tricky dial to switch it? Or am I missing something here? https://youtu.be/Hn4eMwororg?t=255