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TimG

Member Since 19 Jun 2004
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In Topic: Nikon D500 LCD screen and overexposed pictures

Today, 03:09 AM

Have you tried reviewing the exposure underwater using the histogram? This will give you a good idea on how much light is hitting the sensor and the levels of the exposure.

You could also try adjusting the brightness of the LCD screen to give you a better presentation of the exposure of the image underwater. This could be a bit hit and miss till you get the level right.

Although I find generally that the image appears correct on the LCD but can be a bit underexposed in reality!

Other than I’d suggest it’s practice till you have a good feeling comparing the screen and histogram with the final result. But adjusting the LCD should really help.

In Topic: Nikon D3/Subal/Inon package

Yesterday, 11:03 AM

Hi
 
this is a 65mm extension ring.
 
Oystein


Many thanks.

In Topic: Nikon D3/Subal/Inon package

19 October 2018 - 07:50 PM

Oystein, what size is the extension ring please?

In Topic: Retra Light Shaping Device

18 October 2018 - 12:38 PM

Awesome, I've been using the 10bar (without laser) and found it REALLY easy to use on with my RX100ii setup.
 

My understanding is that part of the problem is that although snoots in general try to funnel or even shape light, it does come out somewhat off centre with regards to the position of the focus light on most strobes (z330 may be a slight exception).
 
 
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Interesting, I’d not heard this before. Any thoughts, Oskar?

In Topic: Retra Light Shaping Device

18 October 2018 - 04:12 AM

Tim, did you manage to find one? I'm considering buying one myself now...

I bought one and really like it - although I found it a steep and, at times, frustrating learning curve. I did a write up - see the link.

http://wetpixel.com/...topic=62595&hl=