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Snaphappy

Member Since 08 Oct 2007
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For sale: Sea & Sea focus gear for Canon 50mm & 100mm

01 November 2010 - 04:39 PM

I have two sets of Sea & Sea focus gear which has never been out of the box except to photograph each one. The first one is #46220 for a Canon EF 50mm lens. I'm willing to sell this for $50 which includes shipping and handling.



The second one is #31110 for a Canon EF 100mm lens which I'm willing to sell for $75 which includes shipping and handling. Please see the pictures below. Thanks for looking! Robyn



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Unusual worm-like creature at Phil Foster Park

09 May 2010 - 08:51 AM

My buddies and I were diving at Phil Foster Park on Friday when my buddy spotted this unusual worm-like creature. She and I have each been diving at the park hundreds of times and we've never seen anything like this. It had undulating movements and was about 8" in length when it was contracted and about 14" in length when it was stretched.
Here's a few pics. Can someone please help to ID this? Thanks in advance! Robyn


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Question about leak detector in Sea & Sea housing

07 May 2010 - 12:32 AM

I shoot with a Canon 5D in a Sea & Sea 5D-DX housing.
I was doing a shore dive yesterday and was frustrated when my strobes wouldn't fire. I quickly went to shore, opened the housing and fixed the problem by unplugging then replugging the connector into the hot shoe.
I realize that this wasn't the wisest thing to do because I was dripping wet and a few drops of water got into my housing. Sure enough, the leak detector did what it was supposed to do and started flashing bright red.
Luckily, the camera is fine and even though I've thoroughly dried the inside of the housing, the leak detector won't go off. I've tried removing the battery, but the light goes on again when I reinstall it. Is there a way to reset the leak detector? Thanks! Robyn