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bvanant

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Ken Corben

15 April 2014 - 08:55 AM

Please join us in the Times Mirror room of the Natural History Museum at 7:30pm, Wednesday April 16, for a presentation by Kenneth Corben.

Ken Corben is a multiple EMMY winning Director of Photography with credits spanning the underwater genre from 3D IMAX production to Shark Week and Hollywood features. His film projects have led him to both the Arctic and Antarctic as well as many of the Earth’s remote regions in between.

Ken will present images and video from his recent expedition to the Solomon Islands and discuss filming biofluorescence at night with new technologies. The new discoveries and their advanced biomedical applications are astounding. The new image possibilities for all us underwater enthusiasts even more so.

 
Bill

Ipad Help

16 September 2013 - 05:06 PM

I don't know if this is the correct forum but here goes.

 

Often on a dive trip, I try to put a slide show together from everyone's photos. If everyone has a laptop this usually isn't an issue. I bring a Mac Air and a bunch of usb sticks (some windows/some mac) and things are fine. On our last trip though, most of the other photographers had their photos on an iPad and had organized them into a favorites folder (10 photos of the 5000 or so on the iPad). How in he** can you download from a folder on the ipad to my mac. The solution needs to be WIFI free i.e. there is usually no wifi available and has to be local to either my mac or my ipad since the other ipads can't simply download the app since there is no wifi and often no cell signal either to create a local hotspot.  

 

Any suggestions are appreciated,

thanks

Bill


For Sale: Akona Roller Camera Bag

02 September 2013 - 09:42 AM

For sale is a nearly new (one trip) Akona Roller Camera Bag

Designed for airline travel to take the maximum amount of equipment in the maximum allowable carry-on size, the Pro Camera Carry-on roller is built for the ultimate protection of your expensive camera equipment. Thick padded sides and reinforced padded interior dividers provide the peace of mind that your gear will be well protected. 

Bag has a large roomy interior that will easily hold a DLSR, several lenses, a housing, port and a strobe or two. We easily put a Nauticam 7D system plus an OMD-em5 system in here with two strobes, so we are covered if checked baggage doesn't arrive.

Bag measures 22"x15"x10" (55.9 x 38.1 x 25.4 cm), has 3,300 cubic inches (54 liters) of volume and weighs 12lbs, 6oz (5.6 kg), has padded side and top carry handles for easy of carry, when you can't use the trolley wheels and extension handle.

 

New this bag was $199 to $219 depending on where you buy it.

For sale for $125, you pay the shipping.

 

Bill


LAUPS Meeting Wednesday July 17

16 July 2013 - 04:59 PM

Please join us at Hollywood Divers at 7:30 PM for another road trip.  We will be meeting at the shop, and learn about new tools for diving and taking pics underwater.  Minicomps are B&W for the photography guys and 3 minute edited video for the videographer types.

 

Bill


Sync Cords for Sale and a Heinrichs Converter

22 June 2013 - 12:50 PM

For sale are a bunch of electrical sync cords.

 

2 each of never been used S&S Nikonos to S&S/Inon cords. New these are $125 or so. $75 each shipped to US or both for $125 shipped to US.  SOLD

 

1 Slightly used S&S Nikonos to S&S/Inon $65

1 used S6-S6 sync cord, New $180 for sale at $100

1 used funky Nikonos/Nikonos cable (the small connector) originally used for an Athena strobe $40

 

1 lightly used Heinrichs external converter for Canon.  New $549, sale price $300

 

Bill