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RX100 and the Inon UFL-M150?

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Hey wetpixel!

Ive been looking and looking and looking but have NOT found any information regarding the compatability of the Inon UFL-M150 compact bugeye lens to the sony RX100.

 

I have heard conflicting reports from shady sources for and against but no one can verify if it works with this camera or not. I did a search of the forums here, but I dint find anything. The Inon webpage doesnt even have the RX100 on its compatability chart.

Does anyone here have information?

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Hey thanks for the response and the link

Im not sure I understand though. Both the Ike and the Nauticam housings have a 67mm threaded port. I have been told before by retailers that the UFL-M150 lens does not work with the Nauticam. If this is the case, why does the Ike work and not the Nauticam? What am I missing?

Im really looking forward to spending more money on an expensive housing.... :D

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There is no reason why it should not. The lens will sit closer to the glass with the nauticam housing. Which retailer told you that? Have they actually tried it?

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I use this lens with the Recsea housing for the sony rx100. it works, and attached is an example

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Thanks for putting up those examples!
Im not too crazy about the image quality though. There looks like quite a bit of blurring on the edges.
I wonder if the result would be the same with the Ike? All of the other housings?

I was in a UWcamera shop in Shanghai (the name Fun-IN) comes to mind- but I could be wrong. Apparently they tested the Nauticam housing with this lens and said the results werent acceptable. Ive never had the chance to see for myself though.

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Thanks for putting up those examples!

Im not too crazy about the image quality though. There looks like quite a bit of blurring on the edges.

I wonder if the result would be the same with the Ike? All of the other housings?

 

I was in a UWcamera shop in Shanghai (the name Fun-IN) comes to mind- but I could be wrong. Apparently they tested the Nauticam housing with this lens and said the results werent acceptable. Ive never had the chance to see for myself though.

No doubt it is a unique lens/ it is very soft at the corners. you have to choose your composition very carefully, for example:

http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=49217&do=findComment&comment=324540

taken with the lens mounted on canon s100 in ikelite housing

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Yep, thats more like what I am after.

I have seen quite a few good shots taken with the S100 and this lens. Even in comparison with the shots you posted in this thread, the image quality is better on the s100 shot. Was there any post processing or cropping done?

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Yep, thats more like what I am after.

 

I have seen quite a few good shots taken with the S100 and this lens. Even in comparison with the shots you posted in this thread, the image quality is better on the s100 shot. Was there any post processing or cropping done?

No post processing, one picture (the 2) was cropped.

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I'm being told that my INON UWL-100 type 1 that I used with my Tetra 5050 will not work on the Nauticam Sony RX-100 even though it will physically fit. They say it will cause too much vignetting due to the camera lens width compared to my 5050. Is that possibly what is happening here?

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Yes you need to step zoom to 32mm approximately to avoid vignetting

The lens is designed for 35mm camera and the rx100 is a 28mm equivalent

You also need to buy a type 2 mount for your lens otherwise it will crash in the port

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sorry to go into this thread, but i need help for my recsea housing with inon ufl m150.. i see yoav lavi make this works already, but when i put my inon ufl m 150 in my recsea housing for sony rx100, i cant get focus at all. in fact all images is hardly recognized, i try to zoom full in and out, still dont work. i try to push and pull my housing towards subject also not work. is there any special setting in the camera i need to do to make the lens work?

 

just info my camera works fine with subsee +5 or +10 and alsow wide angle wet lens.

 

any help is really appreciated.. thanks in advance...

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sorry to go into this thread, but i need help for my recsea housing with inon ufl m150.. i see yoav lavi make this works already, but when i put my inon ufl m 150 in my recsea housing for sony rx100, i cant get focus at all. in fact all images is hardly recognized, i try to zoom full in and out, still dont work. i try to push and pull my housing towards subject also not work. is there any special setting in the camera i need to do to make the lens work?

 

just info my camera works fine with subsee +5 or +10 and alsow wide angle wet lens.

 

any help is really appreciated.. thanks in advance...

This lens only works in water it won't focus on land

 

You need to step down the aperture to a very small value (f/11) and zoom to the telephoto end

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This lens only works in water it won't focus on land

 

You need to step down the aperture to a very small value (f/11) and zoom to the telephoto end

wow it works... thank you :) i didnt know that its only focus in water... really appreciate... i didnt get notification of your reply,, so i just open this thread today and tried it.. again thanks! :)

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