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Re-using MotorMarine lenses

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Apr 3, 2002

I'm currently using a MM II with the wide angle lens and the close up, and I'd like to switch to a digital camera.
Is there any housing available that will allow me to mount my lenses (especially the very nice wide angle) ? A web search didn't return a clear answer...



I looked into this when I first went to digital, since a have a collection of MMII cameras and lenses. The Sea&sea company is supposed to make an adaptor ring so that you can use all of your MMII lenses on the Olympus housings. When I actually tried to buy one I was out of luck as they never actually made one for distribution- at least that's the story I got from the shop I tried to order it from.

It would have been nice to reuse my wide angle lens, instead of dropping all the money I did on an Inon lens. You wouldn't need one for macro since the digital cameras have excellent macro features built right in to them.

Hope that helps,

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