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message this message is importantHello,
I am using a Canon G16 and a Nauticam housing and recently acquired a Nauticam Compact Macro Convertor 1 as well as a single strobe Inon Z240.
Every time I was using the CMC1 with the strobe a bright circular mark appeared on the corner of all the pictures. Please see photos attached.
Would you know what is causing the problem? Would it be the position of the strobe which is reflecting on the lens? I am so close the subjects when I use the CMC that I have to turn the strobe very close to the lens. Is this creating a problem?
Also how close are you supposed to be to the subject when using the CMC1? I had to be VERY close, maybe just about 2 centimeters away from the subject which I thought was too close. Is it normal?
Many thanks for your help and support!
Helene
 
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