Nikolausz: This a sad tendency in my country (I left 10 years ago and probably won't move back). This is just another part of the antidemocratic movement of the Orban regime.
Have you recently watched TV (M1-M2) our listened state radio? Have you got anything else than governmental propaganda?? Read free internet resources and you will see where the problem is.
The new underwater speedlight seems to be a re-badged Sea&Sea YS-D1. I'm curios how much more it will cost as nikon design.
This a sad tendency in my country (I left 10 years ago and probably won't move back). This is just another part of the antidemocratic movement of the Orban regime.
Nuno Souto: Have any of the reviewers of these "underwater" cameras actually tried to change a setting while underwater? It's virtually impossible to read anything on a lcd screen while diving. That goes for just about all the "underwater" cameras I've tried so far. And of course, I've tried them underwater. Not in a hotel room...
Try a scuba diving mask.
Boerseuntjie: for that price why would jou get an underwater housing for the Sony NEX-6 at $1600http://www.dpreview.com/news/2013/02/15/Nauticam-introduces-NANEX6-underwater-housing-for-Sony-NEX6
For 100 Euro/USD you can get a cheap but compact housing for nex-5:http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3526653
Nikonos reborn? Not really.It's not for scuba divers. Depth rate is only 15-20 m and there is no real wide-angle or macro option.Can be good for snorkeling or other outdoor activities.
forsakenbliss: adaptor for Nikonos lens for under water use? that would be GREAT!
It exist already, but for nex-5.