Nauticam Olympus OM-D underwater housing
For Olympus OM-D E-M5 camera
Quick Nauticam OM-D E-5 highlights:
Nauticam OM-D E-M5 Underwater Lens Recommendations
- For ultra wide-angle, close-focus wide-angle, mantas, whale sharks, coral reefs - the Panasonic 8mm fisheye
- For wide-angle, sharks, sea lions - the Panasonic 7-14mm or Olympus 9-19mm
- For mid-range, the Olympus 14-42mm or Olympus 12-50mm. The 12-50mm is a little more versatile than the 14-42mm.
- For macro, the Panasonic 45mm macro, or the Olympus 60mm macro. We greatly prefer the Olympus 60mm macro lens as an option
- Call or email us for detailed lens recommendations - we use all these lenses underwater!
Nauticam NA-EM5 Housing Product Video:
Olympus OM-D EM5 - a great camera
- 16 megapixel sensor, great lens selection
- Ultra-fast focusing, 1/250th sync speed
- Twin control dials, controls are very customizable
- Body has extensive weather-proofing
- Excellent high-ISO performance, up to ISO 25,000
- Great image stabilization built into the camera
- Watch a video of Scott's OM-D commentary
Nauticam OM-D Housing Port Choices
Olympus OM-D E-M5 macro lens choices
- The Panasonic Leica 45mm macro lens is a great, very sharp high end lens
- The Olympus 60mm macro lens is on the micro-four thirds lens roadmap to be released in the fall of 2012. This lens look great!
Garibaldi photo taken at Catalina Island with the Nauticam OM-D E-M5 housing, 8mm fisheye lens by Mel Moncrieff. Great color & dynamic range!
Christmas tree worm, OM-D with panasonic 45mm macro lens, photo by Jim Lyle
Queen Angelfish, photo by Jim Lyle
Whale shark silhouette, Bluewater Photo Sea of Cortez trip, 8mm fisheye lens
Oil rigs in Southern California, photo by Kelli Dickenson, 8mm fisheye lens
Olympus OM-D E-M5 underwater photo, taken with the 12-50mm lens in macro mode