Actually although You tube seems to be a better option for me also i cant make myself switch to it for some reason ,,,
I couldnt notice somethng major at the sceneries but may be because im using an old laptop with a screen putting not much detail in,,will check on tv,,
About the lens i mostly shot those with a panasonic 7 14 and the sea horse was wıth olympus 12 50 with a +5 saga diopter and the octopus was with a panasonic 14 42 II
untill last year if we see a turtle on a dive it would be a mirracle but last 2 years we have bays like 10 of them in one place....we dont know what has changed but should be researched,,,,may be next year you start to see them also,,,,
one of the leading tv companies has asked to use my footage in a program and to interview me also. Any idea what sort of price i should ask. Or would they expect it to be without charge. i have no idea.
I havent been to those places so i dont know the distances between the places but there should be a dive resort called papua explorers in raya ampat and the phone number is +62 822-4814-8888
and the owners name is Tunc he used to film with a canon xh a1 in a gates housing...i dont know if that suits you or if he is renting it out but if you want you can speak to him ...may be he helps in an other way
Nice. I like the reversing moray eel. The slomo works well. How did you do it, and what percentage?
Thanks for the comment
I used the option in the gh4 menu, in the video mode at rec quality setings i chose the vfr available one and again in the video menu i chose the variable frame rate on and i chose the 96 fps underwater i just filmed like i always do,And actualy many of the shots here are because i forgat the vfr on
And the morray was the first moray kind of attack me ...i saw and filmed many of them but never seen such behaviour before...i think i was at wrong place wrong time...