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01 December 2015 - 06:44 PM
Just returned from tulamben-Bali
Got some pictures to share
baby frog fish
01 December 2015 - 02:26 AM
I want to know more about nauticam Sony A7II housing.
I'm planning to buy one soon
So, If we are using live view on the camera, can we trigger the flash??
Or in order to use the Inon flash on this housing, we have to use the viewfinder mode.
17 September 2015 - 12:15 AM
Do you need to change the front port to the Short port N50?
I'm using Nauticam G7X,
In order to use Inon UWL 100 28ad, I need to use Nauticam short port N50.
If i keep using the Standard port from Nauticam G7X, it will be vignetted.
How about this new wide angle lens?
It would be nice if i dont need to buy the Nauticam short port N50
15 September 2015 - 12:24 AM
I'm sorry, i was not clear on the last quote.
What i mean by "Quality" of the light is;
Before I'm using Canon G7X, i was using Nikon D3X (SeandSea housing) and S&S YS 90dx.
I wasn't too happy with the macro picture from that combo.
I think the flash was too harsh.
Then I bought S&S YS250.
The result was so much better. the light is "softer" more natural. (maybe do to the ring tube of the flash at YS 250 ?? I really hv no idea)
Today, i don't want to experience the same thing.
I have never tried inon flash before.
However, looking at your anemone's crab picture, I think it's nice (Nice picture bro )
OK... i think I know what to buy now
Thank a lot guys
13 September 2015 - 05:53 PM
Hi Tim, Hi Manta Ray
Thank you for the advices
you both are right... basically If I buy inon S2000, I cant shoot wide-angle.
I Live at Indonesia (Lampung-Sumatra Island)
The Visibility in my place is not good. i think it's only around 3-5M
Shooting wide-angle is almost impossible here (the reef condition is bad... due to Blast fishing/dynamite fishing)
I can only enjoy underwater wide-angle photography IF i'm on vacation to Bali
However, I'm really corious about the light quality from Inon S2000.
Is it the same with Inon Z240 ?
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