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johnsonkid

Member Since 17 May 2011
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In Topic: Best non-web critter ID sources?

17 May 2011 - 07:17 PM

I just purchased "The Reef Set, Reef Coral Identification, Reef Fish Identification, and Reef Creature Identification" by Paul Humann and Ned Deloach.



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In Topic: L&M Bluefin / Sony CX550 experience

17 May 2011 - 07:10 PM

Hi Peter, or anyone else that uses the Bluefin Pro OLED housing,

Just wondering how you're getting on with the Bluefin Pro OLED housing after using it for a while......are you still really pleased with it?

I'm toying with the idea of upgrading to the Bluefin Pro OLED housing from my current Aditech Mangrove housing. The one touch white-balance and focus are very tempting!!! wink.gif

I have a Sony XR520 that I'm really happy with, so don't think that I'd need to upgrade the camera....unless you can convince me otherwise.

Many thanks for your advice,








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In Topic: Galapagos or Cocos

17 May 2011 - 07:03 PM

've been twice to both places and hope that i can go again soon . Both places are the best for big animals diving.

The sight of island of Cocos at sunrise is a magical experience , all the lush vegetation, hundreds of birds flying around, all the waterfalls ,everything looks so pristine ! .

Galapagos is also beautiful but now with all regulations about itineraries , it's difficult to appreciate , you must do a careful planning to experience all the Galapagos have to offer . For diving you must do a liveaboard that include Wolf and Darwin in the itinerary and allows you to disembark on some of the islands. Galapagos must be one of the few places on earth that animals are not afraid of humans and that's is a experience that you must have.







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