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Lx3 river underwater photos

Discussion in 'Panasonic Planet' started by shaker, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. shaker

    shaker Contributor

    Sorry for the delay.
    I tested the Sony lens with a the fiter too but it gives bad results underwater! I got best results with the sony lens and the Panasonic tube.
    I also tested the Raynox DCR-250 Macro lense inside the Dome port, i found it performs better then the Inon UCL-165 with sharper images und much less chromatic abberation.
  2. JackConnick

    JackConnick Optical Ocean Sales ScubaBoard Business Sponsor ScubaBoard Supporter

    I stand slightly corrected on the parts above.

    The dome is indeed the correct part. You can either use it with the converter port, or use it with the "PE-AR-M58-45 Port Adapter Ring", along with one of the wide angle lenses and adapter tube.

  3. shaker

    shaker Contributor

    Hi Jack
    Is there any solution to adapt the M104x125FD dome port in order to use it with GF1 housing and the 8mm fisheye? Maybe an adapter ring 104/77? If yes, does it affect the IQ?
  4. robertojesus

    robertojesus Guest

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Madeira Island
    good pics
  5. patan

    patan Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Spain

    Jack, can you point me to a picture taked with the wide angle converter port? I would like to check the IQ.

    BTW, Shaker, I've taken a look at your pics from Egypt and the river, and they are excellent. Congratulations.

    Greetings from Spain.

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