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  1. Hello, I'm interested in starting more underwater video work. Any advice is appreciated!
  2. Hello, I am looking for an advise on selection of an internal color filter(s) for Gates AX700 / Z90 housing. This housing comes with a red filter, but the filter could be changed for another color. Seller recommended me to buy both red filter (for blue water) and pink filter (for green water), as according to him "Water conditions vary due to time of day, currents and particulate in the water." Among other recommendations on internet, here is a typical recommendation: Pink Filter (for use in green water), OrangeFilter (for use at depth up to 15m), Red Filter (for use at depth of 15m or deeper). Could anyone recommend a good article on color filter selection for UW videography? I am diving only in warm water, i.e. Indonesia, Philippines, Caribbean, etc. Also, Gates' color filters are quite expensive ($138US), so I would like to know if there is another manufacturer of good 'pro' quality color filter elements? Thank you for your recommendations.
  3. I would love to hear any feedback on my short film I put out last year, as I am about to release another shortly. I just upgraded to an SPL housing and am looking to do more underwater shooting of marine life. I managed to get a turtle in here! Location: Costa Rica, Rhode Island, France Camera: Olympus Tough TG-5 Here is the link:
  4. I've been reading some posts online recommending that for "on land" shooting, the Hero 7 sharpness be set to "low" for more natural looking footage. I haven't gotten to use mine in the water yet but I'm wondering if settings of "medium" or "high" might yield better results underwater where the overall environment is less sharp than on land due to less that gin-clear visibility. Any recommendations for WB of "auto" or "native" (or some other choice) would be helpful, too. I'd be free diving with the camera a depths of 30ft of less. Thanks!
  5. Here is my latest video "Diving in Andaman Sea" from our last trip to Thailand and Myanmar in April. https://youtu.be/vJ4-l2nS7QQ All underwater footage and some above water footage are filmed with Sony A7Rii. I also used iPhone X for some above water footage, and Mavic Pro - for drone footage. I will greatly appreciate any constructive criticism. Many thanks
  6. Hi all, Last year I purchased a whole Nauticam setup for underwater macro photography (spending just short of £9k!). I went a bit far with my purchases and bought the Nauticam Housing for Small HD 502 5-inch HD Monitor with the intention to also shoot video. I was a little too ambitious with my purchases as I am still very much perfecting my macro photography and have no idea of when I intend to move into shooting video. So my perfect, never been used, Nauticam Housing for Small HD 502 5-inch HD Monitor (which is still in its box and only purchased April 2018) is up for sale. I appreciate that the item is classified as second hand now that I've had for almost one year. But it has never been used and still in its original box. So I will only be accepting fair offers. I am based in Essex, United Kingdom, so happy to meet up with someone to show them the goods for the sale if they are within a 25-mile radius. Many thanks for your time reading this... I hope to share my learning of macro photography in the copious forums with you all in the future.
  7. I just picked up a second hand PV102 10000 lumen video light by scubalamp. It has a contained 7X18650 battery pack. I am trying to find if this is allowed on airline travel. I know lithium packs need to be carried in carryon luggage, but I am having a hard time finding if this battery pack meets all the TSA regulations. Does anyone have this or large sized batteries like this who can point me the right way?
  8. 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
  9. I've uploaded a short video from a snorkeling trip I took last Thursday, Nov 1, 2018, off San Diego CA. We ran into some baitballs and I shot this using my GoPro Hero 7 and Phantom 4 Drone. -Roger Uzun rogeruzun@gmail.com
  10. Hello Folks, I am struggling with color correction in Premire. I am playing with RGB curves in a color workspace but the lumetri Scopes keep going all over the place. My content is a shark dive so there are shifts from reef sharks to sandy ocean floor. I am never getting a good gray and everything is washed out in cyan tones. Being new, I suspect it is all part of my learning curve but hoped someone might have some good resources to share. https://www.pbrosnanphoto.com/Travel/Bahamas-2018/i-56G7BQL/A
  11. Gates Underwater Z100 housing with Sony FDR-AX1 camera This is a professional underwater video system which has been used on numerous television productions as well as my show, Jonathan Bird’s Blue World, for a few years. This is one of the few cameras that can shoot 4K at 60p for awesome slow motion. I’m selling it as a complete package, with a few options. You can learn more about the housing on the Gates website The basic package includes: • Gates Housing (Retail $8,000) • Gates SWP44C super wide lens (120° field of view) (Retail $5,000) • Floatation collar for SWP44C (for neutral buoyancy) (Retail $300) • Gates Flat port FP44C for macro (retail $450) • SKB travel case (retail $300) • Top handle • White card on flexible loc-line arm • Sony FDR-AX1 4K camera (retail $4500) • Set of diopter flip filters for extra macro capability Total retail cost ~$18,550.00 ASKING $8,500.00 for the whole package. Will ship in the continental USA included. Please note that the monitor pictured on the top of the system is not included at that price. The outer element on the lens was replaced a few months ago so it is brand new and perfect. Options: • EM50 HDMI monitor (pictured on system) (Retail $2400) Add on: $1200.00 • Second camera so you can have a spare or matching above water camera: $2,500.00
  12. I posted a short video of a snorkeling session I had on Nov 6, 2018 in La Jolla Cove with some California Sea Lions, primarily to test out the Hero 7. It's on Vimeo here - -Roger Uzun rogeruzun@gmail.com
  13. In April 2018, I was very fortunate to participate in the Ray of Hope Expedition to the Revillagigedos Islands, off the coast of Mexico. The expedition was organized by Dr. Andrea Marshall – a National Geographic Explorer and the ‘Queen of Mantas'. Here is a link to my 4-min video-report about this trip: https://youtu.be/dJKKAWb0Efs This is my first video after moving from iMovie to Final Cut Pro. Camera: Sony A7Rii, Housing Ikelite, lens 28mm with fisheye. I did not use lights, and did not use any filters. I will appreciate your constructive criticism. Thank you.
  14. Hi Guys, I'm pretty much a complete beginner to underwater photography and filming and am hoping for some advice. I need to permanently mount an underwater camera to a boat, what features/functions should I be considering to ensure high quality, both viewing live and capturing photos/videos. What is important to me is high resolution, and being able to see through the water as far as possible. The camera will be around 1m below the surface, and next to a light, and will be displayed on a TV. For background, I work at a custom boat building company. We are going to mount a camera on the bottom of a boat we're building now to allow disabled and elderly passengers to be involved with the marine life. I appreciate any help. Cheers.
  15. For sale: Two Light & Motion Sola 2500 video lights. Both are in excellent condition mechanically and cosmetically. They come complete with ball mounts, chargers, manuals, and cases. Please note: These are the original Sola 2500 lights, with 90 degree flood beams. They are not the current model that also has a spot beam. Price is $260 each, or both for $500.
  16. I have a set of (3) XIT404 twist clamp tripod legs and a SLR housing bracket for sale. The housing bracket has the attachment hardware for a Subal housing, but I suspect you could change that easily to fit other housing brands. This is an amazing and clever system and well worth it if you are contemplating doing any kind of video work. This set is brand new, never used. I won it in a contest and never used it because I already had a set! I'm asking $625 plus actual shipping and insurance. PayPal and US shipments only please. Please check the photos. Thanks for looking.
  17. Here is a link to a short video I scrambled from the test footage I shot with Panasonic LX15 on my liveaboard trip to Sudan in may. All is shot with ambient light, no additional lighting, all color corrected and edited in Hitfilm Express. I was mainly doing photos, as it were literally my first dives with the new rig, hence the quality of the video is mediocre, just to test the capabilities of the camera. Enjoy
  18. 2x i-Torch Pro 6+ video/focus lights with ball mounts and chargers (only have 1 battery, batteries are about 20.00 on amazon) Never flooded, both work excellent. Will sell one for 150.00 or both for 250.00 plus shipping jcdovala@verizon.net
  19. 2 Keldan Luna 8 CRI lights, in good condition. Minimal signs of wear and tear. Come in regional box (Boxes damaged from always transporting lights) Also comes with 4 batteries plus 2 battery chargers so you can always have a set on charge 2 Nauticam Carbon float arms 4 Clamos for Arms 2 Short arms, ball one end and screw thread the other Good condition lights, some minor scratches on lens but nothing major or ver visible. Great performance for the price 2,900 USD for the full set shipped
  20. For sale, a tray designed for GoPro cameras with a video light (3 levels) Backscatter tray with loc-line arm X-Adventurer 900W torch light Battery for the dive light Red filter for the dive light (for you not to scare crabs and shrimps) Lanyard for the tray or the dive light Charger for the battery (US) Everything is good condition, it was still used recently. Shipping at buyer's costs. Visible in Paris area (Boulogne-Billancourt). Price: 100 EUR or nearest offer
  21. I would like to sell my video system purchased in 2011 for a good price so that it gets used and doesn't just sit in a cupboard. What I have is Sony Ex-1R video camera new $5999 (including 4 batteries, 4 x memory cards, chargers, card reader) Gates EX 1 housing new $6860 Gates SWP44C Fathom Super Wide Port $4948 (has been refurbished and not used since) Gates EM43 Wide Screen monitor HD version $2325 Gates carry handle $130 DF1000 Audio moisture alarm $167 UR pro internal colour filter Blue Water $138 Total 18,242 US dollars My price $5000 Australian dollars roughly 4000 US It's a great package and in excellent condition. Buyer pays shipping from Australia
  22. Hi all Anyone know if a HDMI recorder for 4K 60fps exists in a small and cheap packages? No monitor is required. The Atomos shugon records well, but is very expensive and so are the housings. It must be possible to get just a recorder, no monitor, fair battery life, low price, that will record as soon as it get a record signal from maybe the GH5 or other cameras. I imaging there would be a lot of us that would like to find such one. Any ideas?
  23. Light and Motion S21 BlueFin Kit. Other than light batteries the kit is in excellent condition/working order. Produces excellent videos with the controls and lenses needed for a variety of scenarios. I've used it on everything from White Shark "dives" to Fiji drifts. $1,700 or best reasonable offer + Shipping / Insurance. Needless to say, this kit was much, much more new... Complete kit includes: · L&M BlueFin S21 housing with Sony OLED screen and in-housing filter lens · Canon HFS21 video camera with 3 batteries, charger, et al · 2 Light & Motion Sola 2000x lights (filter lens compatible), charger, et al. Needs new batteries. · Fathom WA180 Bayonet Lens · 2 Light arms · Pelican 1520 Case Thanks, Trey
  24. Here's a short video of a dive at La Jolla Cove in San Diego, CA from March 13, 2018. Poor viz so not really good quality, shot with existing light and a Panasonic GH5 w/ Panasonic 14-42mm lens in a Nauticam Housing. At least there were plenty of sharks around, although I wasn't able to get too much good footage of them due to conditions. Water temps warmer than usual for this time of year, about 59F. -Roger Uzun
  25. Hi all I am new here, and still looking to buy the right equipment for me. I am used to record video in 2.7K and 60fps. This is to me the smallest format that still looks very good on a 4K TV. But it is a must for me to record with 60fps, i get frustrated by the vibrations when looking at video recorded in 30fps and the camera is turning to follow an animal or just giving a panoramic view of the divesite. Sony has for long used 4K with 30fps at 100mbit and yes they have had a lot of heating problems, but on their new mirrorless cameras it should no longer be a problem. Now that it works it should not be a challenge for them or most other brands to set the software up for 2.7K with 60fps, the power usage should be about the same. Does anyone know why they do not include this format at all? Not even in 30fps. Is it possible to inform Sony and the other brands that it would be a good investment as it would make their existing cameras able to record 60fps just with a firmware update? I hope you will join the debate and maybe send a msg to Sony, Canon and so on.
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