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decostanza

Member Since 22 Dec 2011
Offline Last Active Feb 11 2015 04:31 AM
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In Topic: Fixing cooked Z240s

11 February 2015 - 04:18 AM

Liz, this is off your main topic and I just wanted to say I enjoy your cave shots and appreciate you sharing them here.  Any chance you will be in Florida, specifically "cave country" in April? I will be there for a week or so doing some shoots for some buds in several systems (Ginnie, Peacock, Cow, Madison and Telford) and would like to personally introduce ourselves and have an exchange of ideas if schedules allowed

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Best  regards,

Don


In Topic: Long exposure time/night dive/painting with light

09 January 2015 - 07:01 AM

Alex,

Very impressive pictures...thanks for sharing...


In Topic: Mounting ideas for a slave strobe?

19 December 2014 - 08:04 AM

Here is a very quick pic showing what we came up with.  This is shown here fully extended; however, when positioned on doubles, the profile is very minimal when folded down.  A buddy machined the ball mount and since I was doing a shoot for some cool UWLD products, thought I would use their clamp in the photo instead of the ones I normally use.

Don


In Topic: Mounting ideas for a slave strobe?

16 December 2014 - 05:28 AM

errbrr,

no worries about the magnet coming off...and if it does...we have much bigger problems. (grin)  I could probably pick up a set of 104's just by the magnet (that is a slight exaggeration but you get the point).  This is a much more flexible option which will allow for ease of transfering the strobe from model to model or re-position in the cave or wreck.  more info forthcoming on the water trials


In Topic: Mounting ideas for a slave strobe?

15 December 2014 - 11:12 AM

To follow up on the mounting issue... A good buddy came up with a magnetic mount that will work great and keep it tucked in-between the tanks.  Granted, it only works on steel tanks but that is not an issue with the group.  This approach will not only keep a very low profile but also allow easy removal.  I thought it was a clever approach that I hadn't considered...and thus thought I would share here.

 

Don