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The WA-110 wide-angle lens is a very wide glass lens with an amazing 110 degree angle of view. It is very sharp in the corners. This is the sharpest wide-angle lens we have tested.
This lens works well with most compact cameras. We've tested it with the following setups and got excellent results:
The lens does not work well with the XZ-1 or the Canon G12/G15/G16
Taken with the Canon S95, Canon housing. Very sharp, very wide!
Photo by Dominique Jean taken while diving Turks & Caicos.
Photo taken with the Canon S100, photo by Troy Williams. Very nice!
Sony RX-100 II + Bluewater WA-110 wide-angle lens, Cenotes, Mexico
Taken with the Sony RX-100 II, WA-110 wet lens in Mexico
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I use this lens with a Sony RX-100 M2 in a Recsea housing and I've been really happy with it. There's no vignetting underwater, the images are quite crisp and it allows me to take nice wide-angle pictures without some of the crazy corner distortions of other wide-angle setups. One thing to remember is to unscrew the lense a little bit once you're in the water to release the bubbles between the housing glass and wet-lens. I sometimes unscrew it completely to make sure it's bubble free. Once you do that you're good-to-go.
I've been shooting for 1.5 years and like to use wide-angle as sort of an all-around solution for most of my dives and most of the subjects I like to shoot, like fish, sharks, wrecks, my wife, reef shots, etc. I'm using it with the Sony RX100 and Recsea housing. I also use the UWL-04, but I think I like this lens a bit better...it's wide enough, and I think there is a bit less bendy-distortion at the edges of the shot. I'd like a bayonet-style mount, but the one I purchased is not a secure fit at all, so I am still using the threaded adaptor, which is fine. In cases where there's not time to unscrew and clear bubbles (like jumping in with a fleeing whale shark), I found that I can clear the bubbles in the rinse tank, jump in quickly, and I wasn't getting any bubbles between the lens and housing. Very happy with this product, thanks!
Fist, I have to hay I'm so newbie in underwater photography.
It's impressive how close you can get of the subjects and still get that much in the picture. Well, I know that is the idea of a wide angle lens, but its
As someone else stated, it's very, very clear. I highly recommend it.
Great lens, perfect clarity. Hs made an excellent dynamic to my underwater portfolio and has increased the number of interested buyers in my photos. Thank you, BlueWater for recommending this lens to me!
This is my first wide angle wet lens. I used this lens for photos and video in turks and caicos with my S95 in a canon housing and got pretty sharp results.
after reading...and asking the blue water staff about this lens, i bit the bullet and bought one. got to try it out and have to say it is worth every penny. i don't know technical points about cameras, lenses and strobes but i can say that the pics i took came out very well (IMHO ;))...for those debating about a nice WA addition, give this serious consideration.
here are some pics (or links) using the S100 and XZ-1:
XZ-1 (had to zoom a bit to reduce vignetting)
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