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  1. Hi all, I'm looking for the most suitable wet wide lens for me and I'll be glad to read your opinion. It is important for me that this lens will support also over-under photography. I'm using canon s100 with Ikelite housing. My options are either the W30 – flat port wide angle lens with x0.59 mag. or the WD3 – a dome port that provides x0.75 mag. Buying both is not an option. I have to pick one. From some research I did it seems that dome port will enable better over-under pictures. In addition the W30 lens cannot be used with full zoom out of the camera due to vignetting while WD3 can and with lower edge distortion. It means that the magnification difference is actually smaller. WD3 is lighter both over and under water and cheaper, but this is less important for me. What do you think? Is what I wrote correct? Are there additional important considerations I missed?
  2. For sale: RX100, Nauticam housing, Inon strobes setup For sale is this Sony RX100 setup with Nauticam housing, Inon S2000 strobes, Nauticam tray, arms and fibre optic cables. Includes everything listed and seen in photos. The setup has been used on 20 dives, no deeper than 30 metres. The housing and strobes have never been flooded and are in perfect working order. The whole setup is in great condition. I am selling this amazing kit after deciding to take my Canon 5d mkiii underwater! The setup truly does take incredible pictures! Feel free to send through any questions! Item What I paid 1x Sony RX100 AU $550 1x Nauticam RX100 housing AU $950 2x Inon S2000 strobes AU $1,078 1x Nauticam Wetmate wide angle wet lens AU $329 2x Sea and Sea to Inon fibre optic cables AU $200 4x standard Nauticam clamps AU $180 2x mounting ball adapter for Inon strobes AU $72 1x Nauticam Easitray ii with Left handle AU $117 1x Nauticam adjustable Right handle AU $45 2x strobe mounting ball for Easitray handles AU $60 2x Nauticam 125mm double ball arms AU $106 1x Panasonic BQ-CC18 Ni-MH charger AU $29 8x Panasonic Eneloop rechargeable batteries AU $38 TOTAL AU $3,754 Full setup purchased in 2014 for AU $3,754. I am looking for AU $2,500 for the whole setup with postage at the buyers expense. Save yourself well over a thousand dollars and pick up a bargain! Also comes with all manuals, spare O-rings, Nauticam O-ring lubricant, Inon O ring strobe lubricant, nauticam flexitray extender and a set of allen keys. Photos shown are taken with an Iphone 5, I had to downsize the quality of the images as wetpixel will only allow 1MB of uploaded photo content. I am located in Melbourne Australia. Happy to post worldwide, just let me know where you are and I’ll get a postage quote for you! Cheers
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