02-10-2015 10:19 AM
For twenty years I've done long trips down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon, for magazine features, workshops and just for fun. I've used bodies like the Pentax PZ-1P, MZ-S, all the dslr's and WG cameras, and even the 645D and 645Z, but when shooting inside the rapids I now use the K-3 in an EWA-Marine bag. If you love adventure, water, wilderness and making images of all three this is a trip you'll love, and I'm happy to share tips on how to keep your gear dry and usable. Here's a link to my story in Outdoor Photographer magazine, detailing just that premise: www.outdoorphotographer.com/locations/north-america/the-grand-canyon-from-within.html#.VNOj1cagjbX
You can contact me thru the PPG (Pentax Photo Gallery), with other questions. I'm happy to share what I've learned. And I teach my own workshops, so you have that option as well.
02-18-2016 09:22 AM
I'm currently using the UB-100, which allows a 77mm filter size, so I can use either my 12-24mm or 14mm/2.8 lenses.
View it here:
Good shooting and ask anything else you like...
02-18-2016 01:41 PM
I believe so, but just make sure you get the 67mm filter ring. It should come with the kit. If you buy from B&H or Adorama just ask the salesman.