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adamhanlon

Member Since 09 Feb 2007
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In Topic: Nikon 8-15mm in the house!

23 July 2018 - 11:45 AM

Lovely image Walt..

 

Which camera is this with?

 

Adam


In Topic: Nikon 8-15mm in the house!

23 July 2018 - 11:00 AM

I have used the 8-15mm with a 4" port and the Seacam CFWA port (with a Kenko 1.4x TC)  which is significantly smaller.

 

I think that while the results are acceptable, there is no doubt that smaller ports do affect image quality. The fisheye effect camouflages the corner distortion, but it is still there...

 

I would recommend shooting this lens behind a 170mm port or greater size if possible.

 

Adam


In Topic: Photography in Cold Water

15 July 2018 - 12:15 PM

Jess-check out the images from Gulen, Norway during the latest Shootout:

 

http://www.uwshootou...-angle-results/

 

http://www.uwshootou...-round-results/

 

http://www.uwshootou...brates-results/

 

They were all shot in green water with similar visibility...  :good:


In Topic: Nikon D850 equipment Adivice Needed!

14 June 2018 - 10:01 AM

4" glass dome with full frame is not a great option unless you shoot at f/11 or greater.

 

This will be especially true with the D850's resolution. 

 

I would look at a 6" or 170mm dome.

 

There is a huge amount of info on this forum about lens choices for the D850. I would suggest having a good search around...

 

All the best

 

Adam


In Topic: New Inon Z330

04 June 2018 - 03:11 AM

Actually, the type of camera is less important than how the strobe's output is being controlled. 

 

If you wish to shoot with manual flash output control, then the "Pre-Flash Cancellation" button should be in the in (down) position.

 

If you wish to shoot using TTL flash/exposure output control, the "Pre-Flash Cancellation" button should be in the out (up) position.

 

Of course, your camera settings control whether the camera is supplying a manual or TTL flash signal, so this needs setting in your camera menu too. 

 

Adam