One of the sample that caught my attention is the comparison:
That lead me to the question. The Inon Z2400 is 5500K, while the YS-D1 is 5600K. If I were to attach a gel filter on the YS-D1, which one should I get?
I'm also getting a bit confuse while reading the article. So to get the kind of blue in the picture on the right, I need to warm it up (to about 4300K?). If that's the case, would a filter be easier, or manual white balance to a Kelvin that's warmer then the strobe (not custom white balance on a slate).
By the way, the kind of blue I get is more on the left side of the sample, I thought it was because the sun was not behind me, and I don't have a magic filter. Thought?
PS: I know Lightroom/Photoshop can adjust the blue, but I would rather get it right in the first place instead of spend days in front of the computer, and also I may switch to a camera that doesn't have RAW feature, using a Panasonic LX-7 now.
Hi, been searching on this forum and only see DIY float using core material/divinycell, which require cutting, glue and tie etc. and I never dealt with epoxy for sealing so I don't feel comfortable going that route.
With Nauticam just release their float arm, and I saw a photo at the bottom of this page (with two red bottle):
I'm wondering if any one has experience going this route, anything to look out for? How do you attach to your setup (zip tie vs velcro)? How well of a lift does it provide. These bottles are cheap yet very good looking (shinny and with color!) I do see many advantage like when putting the bottle in check in luggage, it's indestructible and very light weight.