It’s hard to find an Olympus VA-1 angle finder. Therefore, I did some research to find an alternative. The Seagull universal angle finder hits the bill. It is available, reasonable priced and it got a mount for adaptors. In addition to the large number of adapters that are already shipped with the angle finder, I developped three more.
I gave the LED Ring Controller application a face-lift. It now supports both dslrBooth and Breeze. Configuration has been streamlined. To ease the installation I wrapped teh application in a setup image.
The eyepiece adapter for the OM-D E-M1 and E-M1 ii was a big success. I therefore designed another adapter for the OM-D E-M5 ii and E-M10 iii. Today, I ran a successful test, so the new adapter is made available through my webshop.
Wearer or eyeglasses know what I’m talking about. The standard eyecup doesn’t shield stray light good enough. Hoodman developed an eyecup that is huge enough to shield the eye even when wearing glasses. Unfortunately, it is available for Nikon and Canon cameras only. I therefore designed an adapter to allow using the Canon 22mm version with the OM-D E-M1 and E-M1ii.
I therefore uploaded the printing data to my Shapeways Shop. You may order a filter holder as 3D Selective Laser Sintered model directly from the shop. The filter holder isn’t as sturdy and doesn’t look that smug but it’s much cheaper.
The latest issue of DiveMaster Features an article about my latest trip written by Sabine Kerkau. The article is illustrated with pictures taken by Ortwin Khan. One of the pictures was used for the frontpage.
My pictures of the trip are presented in my Greenland 2017 gallery. The pictures taken by Ortwin Khan are presented in my model gallery.