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Nauticam Wet Wide Angle Lens WWL-1
* Note: If Nauticam WWL-1 is used with Nauticam Buoyancy Collar for WWL-1, we recommend to use Nauticam Hard Cap for WWL-1 Lens as the included neoprene cover would not fit when buoyancy collar is in place.
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Part #: Nau-83201
This completely sealed and underwater mountable wide angle lens is designed to be used in water - with the refractive index of optical glass to water accounted for at every step in the design process. Optimized for best wide angle performance at the 28mm equivalent focal length, the lens offers 130° diagonal field of view with low distortion, extremely high overall sharpness (especially in the corners), excellent contrast, and resistance to flare. Includes both M67 (67mm) threads and the Nauticam Bayonet Mount.
The WWL-1 is an all around fantastic lens. The corners remain sharp even when the zoom is at it's widest with compatible lenses. The lens offers a variety of shooting methods with it's zoom through capabilities. Using a 14-42mm, you are able to have a fisheye effect at 14mm, and closeup shots at 42mm without ever sacrificing quality. Nauticam is constantly pushing the boundaries of underwater optics and the WWL-1 is no exception.
Sony RX100 IV + Nauticam WWL-1 lens
Humpback whale from French Polynesia, Sony A6500 housing + Sony 16-50mm lens + Nauticam WWl-1 wet wide-angle lens, photo by Mike Chiado
I use the WWL-1 with the Sony A6500 and the inexpensive Sony 16-50mm lens. The WWL-1 works very well with 16-50mm, and the combination is better performamce than using the 16-50mm by itself. Close focus is possible to essentially the front surface of WWL-1. Corner focus is better than a Nikon D850 full-frame DSLR with a 16mm-50mm behind a 8.5" port. (Based on myn experience shooting the Nikon system during a recent Socorro trip.)
With the smaller NA6500 housing and a WWL-1, handling in the water is easy and has never felt taxing in currents.
Attached is a photo from recent Oil Rig Dive.
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