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  1. When you combine a 15mm Sigma + Kenko x1.4 Teleconverter inside a Subal housing to do close focus wideangle, is it necessary to have a port extension? Perhaps physically the lens+TC won't fit, so a port extension is necessary? Even if the lens+TC fit, will it properly focus without the port extension? If the extension is necessary, what kind is required? Thanks!
  2. An affordable way to extend the focal length of compatible Canon lenses. Multiples the focal length setting by 1.4x. Very clean. Glass like new. Includes front and rear caps. No box or pouch. Asking $235. contact via email with questions : info@stephenfrink.com (Note: lens and camera body in next picture not included)
  3. Hello everybody, I would like to use a teleconverter (1.4 -1.7) with my sigma 15mm on a nikon d610. Anybody can suggest which one would work? thanks for your help. ciao, Flavio
  4. Hi, Is there anyone who managed to put a 1.4 teleconverter plus a 12mm extension tube in an Ikelite Canon 60mm fixed port? I appreciate if anyone did manage he will tell mebrands of both teleconverter and extension tube. Thanks
  5. Hi, I've been using my Nikon D7000 with a Nikkor 60mm macro lens in a Sea&Sea housing since 2013 and lately gotten more and more into super macro (hairy shrimps, skeleton shrimps etc.). I have two INON UCL-165 (screw on), but still have to crop more than I would like if I take a picture of something like a Costasiella kuroshimae (Sheep nudibranch) and the depth of field gets ridiculous. I'm wondering what kind of options I have in upgrading my system. Would it be wiser to go with a) stronger wet lenses b) teleconverter c) extension tube or do I have other options? What are the pros and cons? If I can get better magnification and better depth of field I'm prepared to invest in a 105mm lens and extra housing parts as well. I'd love to get some extra working distance between me and my subjects as with both wet lenses on the subject is pretty much attached to the glass. I've attached some pictures just to show my cropping issue even though the order became messed up (pic 1 and 3 are from the same picture). Best Regards, Vigfus
  6. For Sale: Sigma 1.4x EX DG APO teleconverter in Canon Mount. It has only been used a couple times and is in perfect condition. I’ve switched from Canon to a Panasonic GH4 so I no longer have lenses and a body that I can use it with. Asking $175 OBO. PayPal OK.
  7. Hi Wetpixel community - first time poster, long time lurker here. I'm headed to North Sulawesi this year (trip split (2:1) between Lembeh and Bangka) and I'm looking for some input on my macro setup, specifically for shooting critters in Lembeh. I'm shooting a full frame camera (Canon 5D2) with the Canon 100mm macro. From everything I've read, 60mm macro is the go-to macro for Lembeh. I used to shoot the Canon 60mm macro on my 20D, but it won't work on my full frame 5D2. Initially I was thinking of getting a shorter macro (possibly Sigma 50) but then realized that my 100mm macro on full frame is roughly equivalent to 60mm on a 1.4x crop sensor camera. So perhaps I'm already in the focal length sweet spot for Lembeh macro shooting? My question is, where do I go from here? Shorter macro or super macro? I'm considering getting the Sigma 50mm macro for froggies, fish portraits, rhinopias, etc., but I'm concerned that I'll be missing out on super macro with only 100mm on full frame. I'm also a little concerned about short working distance with the Sig 50 on FF. If I decide to expand my macro capabilities on the long end, I see my options as follows: 1. Sigma 150mm macro 2. Current Canon 100 macro + 1.4x TC Also considering getting a wet diopter (Subsee) to use on the 100 or in addition to the 100 + 1.4x TC. Just looking for some input from experienced Lembeh shooters (or full frame shooters) as to whether I should go shorter or longer on the macro end. I don't want to bring 3 macro lenses, but can be convinced to bring 2 if the Sig 150 is a better option that the Canon 100 + TC. Thanks in advance! Joe
  8. Does anyone have experience with this combo? It works with the TC-20E III Teleconverter, despite the fact that Nikon states that AF won't work, so my guess is that it then also will work with the TC-17E II, but i'm not sure. Anyone? Udo
  9. Canon-Tokina 10-17mm + Kenko 1.4 TC zoom gear for Nauticam SLR housings. Excellent for WAM (wide angle macro) photography. Tokina 10-17 focuses right up to the face of the port (already sold ZEN port). Used a couple times and like new. Cost $175 new, will sell for $135 $6 shipping to anywhere in the US. Please reply and CC to: mcolleypublic@gmail.com Please see my other listed items for 20mm Nauticam locking extension and Kenko Teleplus Pro 300 teleconverter that works with this zoom gear.
  10. Hi all... So I am heading to northern BC in a week and along with the obvious underwater opportuities, there is also some pretty nice topside photo opportunities. I don't really do much dry photography, and the only lens even remotely "long" is a 18-105 which came with one of the D7000s I own. So I was wondering about buying a teleconverter to stretch this out a bit, perhaps a Keiko 1.4. I know that there are uses for this little thing underwater too, but I don't really know what! If I stick it behind mt Tokina 10-17, what does this do? Closer focus? Kinda wide angle macro? And if I stick it behind my 60 macro, do I get an "84". And a "147" if I stick it behind my 105? I am having trouble justifying the $350 for this thing, to shoot some sea lions on the surface, but it can add to the quiver for underwater use, then it's a little easier to justfy. Thoughts from you wise folk would be appreciated. But be quick about it... I leave Wednesday! Thanks!
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