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Discussion in 'Sony RX100 Forum' started by Lars Sørensen, Mar 5, 2014.

  1. Lars Sørensen

    Lars Sørensen New to SC

    Mar 5, 2014
    Copenhagen, Denmark
    Yes Yes.. Sony RX100II.. I love it… And now i can use it underwater with my underwater house from Meikon..
    I tester the new gear in the cold water around Oslo, Norway. The water was near 0 degrees and i was amazed of the camera…
    The small Nudies is around 2 cm, i used 2 LED lights for light source.
    Hope you will enjoy it

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  2. Ripleysbaby

    Ripleysbaby supernatural anesthetist

    Sep 9, 2011
    Cumbria UK
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  3. Well done, nice work.
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  4. mattia

    mattia SC Regular

    Dec 20, 2013
    Fantastic! What housing/macro wet lenses (I assume) are you using? I've only managed to take my RX100 out on a few outings to date (and sadly have most of my shots stolen (memory cards) so not much to show for it), but it's a great camera on land, and an almost ideal camera underwater for the packing weight conscious traveller :)
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  5. Lars Sørensen

    Lars Sørensen New to SC

    Mar 5, 2014
    Copenhagen, Denmark
    And thx for your comments.. When the Sony RX100 came out, i wanted that for underwater photo, but the underwater housings where to expensive, cost 50 pro cent more then the camera :)
    But then came the Sony RX100II and a company from Hing Kong, i think made a underwater house to a very good price.
    Meikon is the name of the house, there is 67mm "adapter" build in the house.. I bought it from www.fotografit.eu

    I do not own macro lenses for the moment, but i would like to buy one and maybe a wide angle lens to.. ( wet lenses )
    So on this pictures i have not used any macro lenses.. I use 2 pieces of Led light, each on 800-1000 lumen, with 100 degree angle light.

    You can se some of my movies, a mix of pictures and video.
    Youtube, Lars Cousteau
    Vimeo, Lars Cousteau

    I really look forward to come in the water again, and this time it will be in Denmark..