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#1 chrisg

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Posted 11 April 2003 - 12:53 PM

Well I'm out of here. My wife and I are leaving for cozumel early tomorrow morning with 2 housed d60s and misc ports + strobes.
We're being brave and leaving the film cameras+housings behind. Packing was difficult - the new housings are a lot larger than the old ones
and there are a lot more things such as battery chargers to worry about. OTOH we don't have to carry all the plastic bags of film though security clearance!

#2 james

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Posted 11 April 2003 - 01:10 PM

Good luck Chris! Remember the first rule of UW photography: Stay alive

The second is: Have fun!

The third is: Practice w/ the camera/housing/strobes before the dives!!!!!

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#3 bvanant

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Posted 11 April 2003 - 02:25 PM

Practice, we don't need no stinking practice. Besides, who could lift a housed D60 with two strobes and hold it long enough to get a picture. On the other hand, there is some recent TV ad that showed a mock fashion show and some of the photogs shooting the models were using housed cameras. Probably they just look cool.
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