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  1. 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.
  2. Banda Sea : Ring of fire Nov 2022 —————————————— Camera : Isotta SONY A7RIV + 28-60 mm Zoom gear for 28-60 (is-3540) M67 Macro port H63 B120 (is-2364) Nauticam WWL-1B + SMC-1 Strobes : Sea & sea YS-D3 —————————————— Thanks Elisa Isotta for customizing my zoom gear. I really recommend Isotta Housings. Very good customer service. Italian-made aluminum housings are compact, meticulously engineered, and ergonomic. Thanks Thomas from Backscatter Underwater Video & Photo for your advice about my housing : Isotta's housing plus Nauticam wet wide lens. I have tested it underwater and the result is great. No vignetting at wide open 28mm. Corner sharpness is quite good ( Better than 16-35 with glass dome port but not equal WACP). In addition, in the single dive I can shoot both macro and wide angle. It’s a great solution. Thanks Mr.ChrisRoss for your advice about contact the Isotta factory.
  3. Hello everyone First of all I’m Nauticam user and I want to switch to Isotta because of the weight and size of housing. My gears: Sony A7RIII + Sony 28-60 + flat port 45+ WWL-1B (attach to M67 thread) And Canon fisheye 8-15 + 140 mm dome and 90 macro + 105 mm flat port But I have some questions 1. Can I use WWL-1B + M67 to bayonet converter II with Isotta M67 macro port H63-B120 ? Or which length do I need? because I calculate the length of extension with other setup such as 90 macro between Nauticam and Isotta. The different is about 17 to 18mm. In theory, I think when I use Nauticam Flat port 45mm. (45 + 18 = 63mm which is the length H63 in Isotta) 2. Have anyone see isotta zoom gear with 28-60 lens? I have look in the catalog and don’t find it. Thanks for advise I will really appreciate. Namton
  4. For Sale: Nauticam Housing + Sony A7C Full Frame + 28-60mm +WWL-1B. $6,775 Purchased new in 2021. Well maintained. Soaked in fresh water after each use and blown dry afterwards. Never flooded. Camera never used above water. Kit contains every part required to run the Camera, 28-60 lens and WWL-1B with bayonet mount. This equipment shows minimal signs of wear including: The usual Nauticam water marks. Light scratch on housing LCD view port as shown in photos. Wear marks on outside of WWL-1B as shown in photos. Small rub on WWL-1B glass as shown. I don’t notice this in my photos, but it’s possible that different light angles may show it slightly. Parts List: Sony A7C Camera + 28-60 Lens = $2098 Nauticam Housing=$3,508 Port (37165) = $591 Zoom Gear (37163) = $281 WWL-1B (83202) = $1,595 Plastic cap for WWL-1B not included, but a Nauticam neoprene WWL-1B dome cover is included at no extra charge. Bayonet Port mount (83250) = $114 Vacuum Valve and pump(25624) = $334 Optical Fiber Connector for INON type (90164) = $76 Nauticam Mini Flash Trigger for Sony (26302) = $328 Extra Sony Battery (NP-FZ100)= $78 Nitecore Sony Battery charger (charges 2 batteries)= $30 New Price Total=$9033 Used Price Total=$6,775 Preference will be given to folks purchasing the entire kit. I will also consider parting out once Camera and Housing are sold. USA Buyers Only Payment by Venmo/Paypal. Shipping and insurance paid for by buyer. Sample photos from this kit posted to Instagram (@jayseaphotos) from March 2021 - Present. I would be happy to answer any questions you have or provide more photos.
  5. Might be a bit far fetched to find these, but I'm looking for two specific items. A Nauticam Housing for my A7S3 and a Nauticam WWL-1B to go with it. I'm located in Oregon, USA. Thanks! Riley
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