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f2tai

Member Since 09 Jul 2009
Offline Last Active Jul 28 2014 02:43 PM
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#347958 Olympus OM-D E-M5

Posted by f2tai on 20 May 2014 - 06:15 PM

@emapola - are the arms in your selection float arms? If yes, you should be fine. If not, i'd suggest to keep 2x "normal" arms and 2x float like these

 

I have STIX floats on the 2x other arms too, and have found that having 4x float arms don't give me the flexibility that i want with 2x normal + 2x float as a system.




#263017 Inon UCL-165 vs. UCL-330 Macro close lens.

Posted by f2tai on 05 October 2010 - 04:01 PM

Another suggestion with Canon G-series is to make sure you use the custom modes - you can setup the zoom/focus/aperture/etc such that it exposes correctly based on what you want to achieve (e.g. general macro, black-background macro, freeze frame macro, etc) - this way when you're in the water and see a critter, pop onto a custom mode and all you do is move (back/forth) the camera to the correct focusing distance and snap away. This worked great on my trip to the Philippings where we took lots of critter photos of teeny subjects and the work in the water is all about focus/composition.