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JimSwims

Member Since 01 Aug 2008
Offline Last Active Mar 19 2015 01:19 AM
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In Topic: Will Nikon D7200 fit straight in D7100 housings

19 March 2015 - 12:06 AM

On the subject of Nikon cropped sensors, does anyone think there is still space for a Nikon D400/D9000 cropped sensor pro body?

 

Is the D7200 equal competition to the Canon 7D MkII?

 

 

I'm one that still folornly believs there is room for a Pro DX camera. Scuttlebut on Nikon Rumours still continues to fuel that hope. Also looking

at it logically the 7200 was only an incremental update and the arrival of the 7DMk2 means Nikon has some catching up to capture the market

for serious crop sensor users. But of course until it does materialize it still continues to be a Mythical Beast.

 

Cheers,

Jim.

 

PS the 7200 fitting into 7100 housing may have well and truely scuppered my plan to pick up a 7100 housing 2nd hand! :angry2:


In Topic: Problems: new Nauticam housing w/ Canon 7DII

09 March 2015 - 01:36 AM

Kristin can you clarify if you are conecting to strobes Optically or Electronic/hard wired.

 

Don't know Canon specific settings but my hunch it is something in your cameras settings. I'm sure someone out there can clear this one up for you easy.

 

Can you go through what camera Modes and Settings you have been using? Did you check if Red Eye Reduction had accidentally been enabled?

As I say it is probably something simple and overlooked but you have to go through the process of elimination with all the components, Camera,

Camera Flash, Connections and Strobes.

 

7DMk2 Manual pdf- http://gdlp01.c-wss....d-mk2-im-en.pdf

 

Good Luck with it.

Cheers,

Jim.


In Topic: Problems: new Nauticam housing w/ Canon 7DII

08 March 2015 - 05:26 PM

Sure it will be something simple that's easily overlooked. Seems to be just a syncing issue between camera flash and strobes.

 

Check the camera flash settings first. Set to TTL and also make sure not set on Red Eye reduction.

 

Not sure if your camera has pre-flash so try the strobes with the ACC switch both in down position and up position.

 

I'm sure you'll be grinning from ear to ear once over this initial and inievitable teething issue.

 

And of course being a new camera you have already RTFM  :lol2:  or are you like me; shoot first and ask questions later.

 

 

Cheers,

Jim.


In Topic: FS: Nikon D90 housing, ports and gears. Full package.

28 February 2015 - 06:58 AM

                :good:

 

SOLD- Payment Pending 


In Topic: FS: Nikon D90 housing, ports and gears. Full package.

21 February 2015 - 03:35 AM

Nudge, nudge, wink, wink....... :innocent: