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Longimanaus

Member Since 25 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active Nov 11 2013 01:18 AM
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#328925 Two Camera Rig. One dive, mantas and pygmy seahorse…

Posted by Longimanaus on 31 March 2013 - 07:39 PM

How do you get the camera from one housing to the other when underwater?

 

 

Big smile.

 

 

Nice work.  Better than selling the "old housing and camera."




#328840 Humpback Whale Calf: Roca Partida Mexico

Posted by Longimanaus on 30 March 2013 - 03:26 AM

I have finally had time to edit and upload my shots from our trip to San Benedicto, Socorro and Roca Partida Islands Mexico.  As we headed out into the current at Roca Partida for a safety stop after encounters with 7 species of sharks, a school of yellow fin, being buzzed by Wahoo and Cobia, and three different Mantas, we thought we were finishing one of the best dives of our lives when out of the blue a humpback mum and her two month old calf swam by- then stopped to hang out.  Safe to say that was the best dive of my life- what a dive site.  Enjoy the shots.

 

www.matthewramaley.com

 

Off to work on my Hawaii blackwater and volcano/lava shots.  More to come...

 

Matt




#314441 Pelican Case for Dome Port

Posted by Longimanaus on 11 August 2012 - 07:37 PM

I just bought a scubapro reg bag for $30. It has a shell and padding, plus a nifty sleeve for a roll-on handle. Perfect for packing in the middle of my clothes bag or slipped over the handle of my roller because security always wants to know what it is.


#314437 Viewfinders: 45 or straight?

Posted by Longimanaus on 11 August 2012 - 06:57 PM

I think it comes down to what you are shooting. If always in open blue water, then the 180 is fine.

If shooting along a reef or macro/muck I find the 45 is the way to go. It lets me control my buoyancy and hover more effectively when close to the bottom (no I don't think it is ok for photographers to lay all over the reef/substrate to steady themselves for a shot!). You don't have to get behind the camera as aggressively to frame the shot.

I think the 45 is the best all around viewfinder. I shoot the D700 on a Hugy housing and the viewfinder does not interfere with the LCD.

Matt