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Cerianthus

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#374367 new website

Posted by Cerianthus on 06 June 2016 - 09:59 AM

Pretty nice Albert. Started to follow you on Flickr as well.




#373535 For Sale: Sea & Sea, Nauticam & FIT...

Posted by Cerianthus on 12 May 2016 - 01:15 AM

Hi John, thanks for the answer. I am looking for ulcs ones, so I am no longer interested.




#373395 Remote Strobe Trigger

Posted by Cerianthus on 08 May 2016 - 01:56 AM

I dont know what remote slaves Alex uses, but the ikelite ones are quite sensitive. Also possible to use an extension cord to increase the distance. I picked 2 old ones up on ebay . Played around on one dive last year. The regular little bit of cord is about 50-60 cm (2 foot), but you can use an extension. Only works with ikelite strobes though.

 

19634166709_92126a53f4_z.jpg20150606-IMG_8890 by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr




#371415 Canon 100 macro USM or canon 100 macro USM IS or 60 macro

Posted by Cerianthus on 11 March 2016 - 01:44 AM

Not if I click it.

wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?/topic/56878-Definitive-Macro-for-Canon%3F


#371367 Canon 100 macro USM or canon 100 macro USM IS or 60 macro

Posted by Cerianthus on 10 March 2016 - 01:49 AM

Check this thread among similar ones. Definitive Macro for Canon?
http://wetpixel.com/...acro-for-Canon?


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#367635 Definitive Macro for Canon?

Posted by Cerianthus on 28 November 2015 - 12:05 PM

depends, if you dive often in low viz, and also are interested in fish portrait etc, then the 60mm would be better (shorter focus distance, less water and gunk in between). In clear water the 100m gets more interesting... check if the sigma 105 mm has internal focus (otherwise there might be a length difference between infinity and close focus....  (in the end, get both the 60 and 100 mm :-)




#363522 Lightning trouble

Posted by Cerianthus on 23 July 2015 - 12:25 PM

The floaters people use are to balance the buoyancy of the whole setup, not to keep arms up, if the arms are too loose just turn m a bit tighter
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#360659 Ikelite built-in TTL circuitry + sony A6000 >>> what shutter spee...

Posted by Cerianthus on 30 April 2015 - 04:45 AM

HSS flash works different, it works with multiple small flashes. Unless you get a brand specific flash in a housing, it normally doesn't work with underwater strobes.

 

an explanation

http://www.exposureg...-sync-flash.htm




#360658 Difference between ysd1 and z240?

Posted by Cerianthus on 30 April 2015 - 04:41 AM

my answer would be http://lmgtfy.com/?q...n ysd1 and z240




#360654 Ikelite built-in TTL circuitry + sony A6000 >>> what shutter spee...

Posted by Cerianthus on 30 April 2015 - 03:45 AM

Probably the same as the onboard flash. Max sync speed is depending on the shutter, it is a per camera spec.


#360312 What can WIFI do for the UW Photographer?

Posted by Cerianthus on 20 April 2015 - 09:19 AM

With the canon 70d, I can browse the pictures using the app while the camera is still in its housing. There is a direct wifi connection. For a laptop you need something like virtual router (a free program) to circumvent the requirement for a wifi network. It does consume some battery power and if you want to download Raw it is pretty slow.


#358224 The Ethic of Ikelite and their dealer

Posted by Cerianthus on 23 February 2015 - 06:06 AM

I am not 'commanding' you to stop getting your right, your a free man, I am asking you to stop implying it is the manufactors (Ikelite's) fault while your beef was with the dealer. Nice that all went well in the end.

 

I am a free man too, and i am not going to read anymore legal mumbojumbo.




#357068 The Ethic of Ikelite and their dealer

Posted by Cerianthus on 27 January 2015 - 12:43 PM

To me this is just a random warranty link and a lot of vague talk about warranty in general Ikelite warrant the product. (Which is always bought through a dealer not direct). The product you bought is not broken, it is just the wrong one. As is established in the thread before, the trouble is between you and the dealer. So stop implying this is ikelites fault.


There is no doubt that Ikelite service goes beyond what is legally needed. they only want to examine items themselves.

Ps I liked Elba! We where there during summer and dived with Werner from Unica diving.


#356547 The Ethic of Ikelite and their dealer

Posted by Cerianthus on 13 January 2015 - 02:13 PM

I use Ikelite, used their service and am pretty happy with it. I bought my strobes and former housing second hand. When I had recurring problems, they send a Dhl courier and replaced bot strobes with new ones. That was overseas so the warranty is word wide. You bought a wrong item from a dealer. You could've checked the fitting of the lens in the shop. The lens is not broken but somehow this is the manufacturers fault. Your deal or lack if it is with the dealer. It's their fault. I don't exactly understand your description but Ikelite don't have to do anything.


#353653 Your thoughts on I-das arms?

Posted by Cerianthus on 23 October 2014 - 11:23 PM

I have them, they work but the job on the anodising is not good. The clamps have now a sharp edge and slowly grind down the ball ends. Could be that I recieved a Monday job but I wouldn't recommend them.