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Bardo

Member Since 07 Jul 2007
Offline Last Active Jan 29 2014 06:39 AM
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In Topic: FOR SALE: YS90 Duo strobe

24 June 2012 - 10:54 AM

NOW SOLD! Thanks to all who expressed an interest...

In Topic: Nikon 60mm AF-S - compatible with NX Standard Flat Port?

09 March 2012 - 09:59 AM

You're welcome!

#50261, SX Extension Ring

Thanks again, Ryan! Looks like I'll be investing in an SX Extension ring very shortly (plus a dremmel tool to remove the 'nub') :-)

In Topic: Nikon 60mm AF-S - compatible with NX Standard Flat Port?

08 March 2012 - 05:31 AM

The old NX Standard Flat port is actually a bit long for AF-S 60mm, so you'll have just under 2cm of dead space in the front of the port. Works fine, you just might not be able to get quite to 1:1.

Sea & Sea SX Extension ring allows Std Flat Port to work with AF-S 105 VR.

The plastic nub does not have to be removed for AF-S 60, but does need to be removed for 105 VR.

Cheers Ryan - which ring is required for the 105VR? Sea&Sea seem to make a few of them.

In Topic: Nikon 60mm AF-S - compatible with NX Standard Flat Port?

07 March 2012 - 05:17 AM

Yes, but you may need to get rid of the little divot inside the port. Maybe someone from Reef Photo could chime in, but by carefully removing the inside divot, it allows me to us my 105 AFS with an extension ring, my 60 AF, and my 60 AFS.

The guys at Reef Photo were real helpful in explaining this to me when I first got into having a housing.


Thanks for the reply, Donald - out of interest, what extension ring are you using to allow you to use the 105mm with the standard NX port?

In Topic: Best/Favorite image of 2011

16 December 2011 - 09:24 AM

Here's my three favourite shots of 2011...

Taken in the Resurgence du Ressel back in June - this is probably my favourite photo of the year... brings back some great memories of some fabulous diving! Cave diving rocks!!!!!!!

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And I'm also quite pleased with this shot I took on the Rowella back in September...

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And - last but not least - my favourite remote strobe shot...

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