Joined a few weeks back looking for advice on the system I had already chosen to buy. Looks like I'll be happy with it as soon as I get enough time to try it out actually under the water. Might be somewhat shy about posting any pics I do get as all my diving is in UK waters so no bright coloured corals & gin clear water, maybe shore crabs and ballan wrasse look exotic to tropical divers? I mainly want a system for recording marine life for later identification without having to take specimens so I imagine the shots won't look that great anyhow.
Diving wise I've been diving for 14 years now (I started fairly young), mostly in UK waters though some in the Med, Florida Keys and South Africa (Cage diving before it really took off). My wife started u/w photography about 4 years ago (Ike housed D70) but I've never fancied a bulky SLR system and didn't feel compacts were flexible enough for our often murky waters.
TheDeepDwellerMember Since 02 Jun 2008
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- Member Title Damselfish
- Age 35 years old
- Birthday July 24, 1979
Marine Biology, Survey diving, Temperate waters diving
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Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
S&S YS 110
S&S Sea Arm VII
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31 Jul 2008 - 20:28