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NOTICE! Notification regarding soratama 72

“News”


NEWS/ “soratama 55 for WG” Now on Sale

2017/06/29  News

Shoot soratama pictures and video with RICOH WG-50, WG-40 and WG5GPS GIZMON,LLC. Has released new product “soratama 55 for WG” on June 29th, 2017 which is a collaboration between GIZMON and ZENJIX. >> What is “soratama 55 for WG” ?  


NEWS/ “soratama 55 for TG” Now on Sale

2017/05/17  News

Shoot soratama pictures and video with Olympus STYLUS TG-4/TG-3 Tough GIZMON,LLC. Has released new product “soratama 55 for TG” on May 16th, 2017 which is a collaboration between GIZMON and ZENJIX. >> What is “soratama 55 for TG” ?  


We are holding a contest for Soratama photos of illuminations

2016/12/21  News

We are holding a contest for Soratama photos of illuminations. To apply, first follow the Instagram or Twitter account of Soratama Organization. Then share your photo using the following hash tag; ‘#宙玉イルミネーション祭’ along with the items you used (camera, lens, apps etc) And you’re done! For more information, see the application requirements below.

“FAQ”


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What should I do to use soratama underwater?

2015/01/15  FAQ

There are many people using soratama underwater by fixing it into housing. Currently we do not offer support to this. However please refer to the following page. http://dc.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/review/omoshiro/20140909_665266.html Also, there is a Facebook group for soratama and information are being exchanged. https://www.facebook.com/groups/832273703465153/


Do I also have to buy “Extension Tube 72” ?

2014/11/29  FAQ

If this is your first time to purchase “soratama 72” please buy the “Extension Tube 72” as well. The extension tube enables you adjust the length by 5mm until it hits 55mm. These products are basically a set. The reason why “soratama 72” has a 20mm extension tube on is to protect from breaking when transporting.


I cannot focus on the target

2014/11/29  FAQ

Please see “Photographing with Soratama” for information. Here are tips to focus on the target using soratama. (1) Set to manual focus. (it does not mean manual exposure) (2) Try to focus on the nearest object. (3) After taking the step (2) above, try to move the soratama lens back and forth until it is focused. If you fix the …