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Fisheye Submarine -- Taking the Plunge

After being on my wishlist forever and then sitting on my shelf for ages, my Fisheye2 Submarine finally made it to the the beach.

I bought the Submarine Case for my Lomography Fisheye2 over the winter with the anticipation of getting it in the water as soon as the snow was gone. Well it took a little longer than I thought, but I finally took the plunge in Ocean City and here are the results!

It’s a great addition to the accessories collection and is a real attention getter. It takes amazing photos in and out of water, and most importantly, it doesn’t leak and it floats! Whether you are a beach bum or have a pool in your backyard, this case is a must have for every Fisheye owner!

The Fisheye Submarine is the Big Dipper of all underwater camera cases – it takes the Fisheye experience to a whole new level! It is compatible with both the Fisheye One and Fisheye No. 2. Get your own Fisheye Submarine and have a wet and wonderful time!

Fisheye No. 2 has a 170-degree wide angle view and stunning barrel distortion. Now with a hotshoe and multiple and long exposure capabilities, the world’s greatest compact Fisheye camera is now more amazing than you ever thought possible! Available in different colours and special designs.

written by analogeyes

3 comments

  1. hewzay

    hewzay

    I don't think it's recommended but had mine down to 35m no problem!

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  2. elvis

    elvis

    Hey,
    Pictures are really cool !!
    Two questions : Whitch film do you use and how meany asa?
    and do you use the flash under water? Cheers !!!

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  3. analogeyes

    analogeyes

    Thanks! I shot this roll with Lomography 800 film. I just finished a roll today of Kodak 400 with the Submarine case to compare the results. Ive found anything less than 400 doesnt work well in the fisheye in general. I tried the flash underwater and the diffuser attachment helps the very 'left-sided' light issue but the composition/content wasnt worth putting in the article. but yea the flash worked well.

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