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FS: Inon UCL-165 M67 Underwater Close-up 67mm Macro Lens

Today, 07:26 AM

-- SOLD -- 

Looking for Nauticam D700 NA-D700 housing... (maybe NA-D800?)

23 September 2014 - 01:14 PM

PM me if you have one and want to sell it...


May be looking for a NA-D800 if I can't find one.  PM me about those too if you want.




Big Blue AL1X5MAFO focus light, cold-shoe mount, clamp, and 6 eneloop batteries

26 March 2014 - 05:49 AM

I have a BigBlue AFO focus light that I don't use anymore - perfect condition (only about 15 dives on it) - as I upgraded to a Sola Photo 800. I used this on my previous camera (Sony RX100 & Nauticam housing).
Key Features
-Automatic Flash Off (AFO) Function - Turns Light Off for 1+/- 0.3 Second for Photos
-Light Source: Cree LED
-Light Output: 250 Lumens with 55° degree beam
-Maximum Depth: 330' (100 meters) Tested, Double O-Ring Sealed
-Switching System: Twist Front Switch
$125 includes: shipping & paypal fees (USA only), 6 AAA eneloop batteries (light uses 3 at a time), cold-shoe mount, clamp, & focus light. Shoot me a PM if you're interested.

Kasawari Lembeh - quick review and pics from Jan/Feb 2014

18 February 2014 - 08:43 AM

Recently home from a wonderful trip to Lembeh and a few days in Bali, I can finally share some images and thoughts about the trip.


The Kasawari Lembeh dive resort is, in my opinion, amazing. I loved the small, boutique, feeling. Our group filled the resort (max 20 people). The staff there is top-notch and remembers everything it seems like -- even how you like your eggs and coffee every morning. The villas are nicely appointed with great AC and ceiling fans. The bathrooms include both indoor and outdoor showers which we loved. They have a "customer carries nothing" rule, which is quite nice! The camera room is great and close to the dive center, not that you have to carry your camera anyway.


Diving Lembeh is, as you know, amazing. It's definitely a target-rich environment. The conditions were challenging for photography, with surge even at 80-90fsw! There are some things I will do differently next time, but for my first trip shooting a DLSR underwater, I am pretty happy with the results.  


Here are a few images from the trip - all shot with Nikon D7000, 105/2.8G, Subsee +10 (first two only), & two z-240 strobes









Full set of images here: http://flic.kr/s/aHsjSwm42x



Thanks for looking,