The BigEye Lens G Series is a patented wide angle lens for the Canon G15, G12, G11, G10, S90*, S95*, S100*, S110* G9* and G7* housings (WP-DC48, WP-DC34, WP-DC28, WP-DC35, WP-DC38, WP-DC43, WP-DC47, WP-DC21 and WP-DC11 respectively), which fits over the housing port and can be installed and removed during the course of the dive.
Perfect for shooting seascape, divers, ship wrecks and schools of fish, without moving further away from the subject, thereby still taking full advantage of water clarity and artificial light sources. The BigEye Lens G Series introduces a new design, which enables installing color correction filters inside the lens, thereby producing underwater wide angle vivid and colorful images or videos. The lens features a dedicated slot that allows for easy installation of red or pink color correction insert discs, which restore the colors absorbed by water.
The following color correction inserts can be installed inside a dedicated slot of the BigEye Lens in order to restore the colors absorbed by water in underwater images and videos:
• RedEye Insert included with the RedEye Filter G Series (Cat. No. 5201) - when mounted on the WP-DC28, WP-DC48 and WP-DC34 Housings <
• PinkEye Insert included with the PinkEye Filter G Series (Cat. No. 5303) - when mounted on the WP-DC28, WP-DC48 and WP-DC34 Housings
• RedEye Insert included with the RedEye Filter S Series (Cat. No. 5305) - when mounted on the WP-DC35, WP-DC38, WP-DC47 and WP-DC43 Housings
• PinkEye Insert included with the PinkEye Filter S Series (Cat. No. 5307) - when mounted on the WP-DC35, WP-DC38, WP-DC47 and WP-DC43 Housings
Canon G7 and G9 Housings (WP-DC11 and WP-DC21) Requires the use of EyeDaptor G9-G10 (Cat. No. 4703)
Canon S90, S95, S100 and S110 Housings (WP-DC35, WP-DC38, WP-DC43 and WP-DC47) Requires the use of EyeDaptor S Series-G Series (Cat. No. 4707)
Reviewed by 1 customers
My favorite pics from recent dive trip were with this lens. But you really have to pay attention to your angle to sun. Into sun no problem. Directly away from sun or close ups were your strobe covers entire photo also no problems. But anything else watch out for vignetting on the bottom corners. Never on the top though so a lot of photos I will crop and get some great photos from as well. In short vignetting was frustrating but the good photos I got were well worth it. Maybe a pro photographer would know some tricks to minimize vignetting in certain lighting situations.