Discussion in 'The Olympus Outlet' started by Wisnu, Jan 26, 2013.
Few pics taken at Lembeh with OMD nauticam, 4" semidome and 60mm macro.
great pics. You have good depth of field. What f-stops were you using?
typically for macro i set f14-f16, sometime f22
Impressive photos with an impressive lens.
Very nice, sharp, well lit. Were you using a diopter?
Indeed, 60mm is impressive lens. Easy to AF.
I'm glad I buy this lens despite I have the 12-50mm.
I can say, it's a must for dive sites like Lembeh. Very productive.
Although I have UCL165M67 at my flip adapter but I don't use it for all those critters
Without diopter those object can fill the frame easily.
Awesome work !!
WOW! Great work.
120mm effective, absolutely..
the best value product I purchased for 2012.
great lens for topside as well.
Has anyone come across photos taken with the OM-D using
a) 12-50mm with one/two diopters (Dyron 67/77 mm, for instance)
b) 60mm with one/two diopters (Dyron 67/77 mm, for instance)
c) other lenses being used in OM-D with diopters
I'd be really interested to see them and compare to those out of my G12..
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Have the pictures below been taken with 12-50mm or 60mm?
all those pics are taken with 60mm; although I have flip adapter but I didn't use diopter for 60mm, not necessary for those objects.
I use 12-50mm with Inon UCL165M67, here is few pics:
I put shor report about 12-50mm with dome port here
And here some sample shots on my page
Olympus OMD with 60mm f2.8 macro in Nauticam Housing - a set on Flickr
so, you don't regret with this lens right?
the Longfin Grouper (Epinephelus quoyanus) is amazing, look at her eyes ...
it is a fantastic lense...and it is worth the money.....:dork2:
great photos Wisnu, exactly what I have been looking for, 60mm in 4" dome. do you set the lens to 1:1? what are your average ISO and shutter speeds with this lens? I haven't had mine out yet. great job too sail rock diver, did you also use the 4" dome?
I do not set 1:1 - I chose 19 cm to ~ as I don't want to loose bigger object which may require distance more than 0.4m.No problem at all, just need some practice to get the feeling.
My default setting for Lembeh is ISO 200, M, 1/160, f16 - give me few stops to increase/decrease the speed and aperture wtihout changing the strobe power.
i use the nauticam macro port for this lense and im verry happy with it....i set it to 0.19 - 40cm.
Olympus 60mm macro lens review - great option for mirrorless camera macro underwater photography|Underwater Photography Guide
check this review
---------- Post added February 13th, 2013 at 07:07 AM ----------
and here another link
Olympus 60mm Macro Sneak Peak [Archive] - ScubaBoard - Scuba Diving Forum - Diving Social Network
Just bought this lens and will try these settings
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