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mshohman

Member Since 24 Jan 2007
Offline Last Active Jul 23 2011 06:46 AM
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In Topic: A few from Komodo, via the Komodo Dancer

01 October 2010 - 04:44 AM

Great shots Martin, really wonderful colors. And that last nudi shot is brilliant!! And the green thing with the mouth in the center, just perfect!

Mike

In Topic: FS: Suunto D9 Dive Computer + Bling Bling

07 September 2010 - 02:33 AM

Price Drop!

US$950 plus shipping EMS from Thailand.

Thanks!

Mike

In Topic: FS: Seas&Sea TTL Converter For Nikon + Synch Cables

13 August 2010 - 10:52 PM

All sold.

Thanks everyone, that's the last piece of my old kit.

In Topic: FS: Seas&Sea TTL Converter For Nikon + Synch Cables

07 August 2010 - 04:28 PM

Price Drop!

Sea & Sea TTL Converter for Nikon : now US$275
5-Pin Sync Cord for Nikon (YS Series Strobes to Nikonos Bulkhead) x2 : US$ 50 each
5-Pin Dual Sync Cord for Nikon (YS Series Strobes to Nikonos Bulkhead) : US$ 80

The Converter and single Sync Cords < 2 years old, 75 dives, excellent condition

The Dual Sync Cord is brand new, never used.

In Topic: What Camera or format are you most excited about???

01 August 2010 - 10:46 PM

Hey Martin, I recently got the GF1 and I am totally loving it. The image quality to me, at low ISO, for what I do, is great, same a my D300. That said, I get great image quality from my Canon S90 too (although no depth of field). The difference for me is performance, the GF1 just can't keep up with the speed (frames per second, autofocus, etc.) of the D300 or higher end cameras. But the images are great. I hope the GF2 will be faster... and ISO performance improves, although with NR algorithms these days, it’s less important to me.

What I like about the GF1 is that it lets me be free to just take pictures. It's small enough that I take it lots of places, and pick it up a lot. My D300 gets left behind a lot. It's just too big and carry around, esp. with those big lenses. I have the 14-24 for the Nikon and the 7-14 for the GF1, wow, what a difference (and NOT in quality, but size/weight). And the video on the GF1 is pretty awesome too.

I don't have it underwater yet, but others have.

So, that's the format I am excited about, not necessarily the LUMIX or even m4/3, but EVIL in general. Excited to see what Nikon comes out with. I am done with the big heavy equipment that takes up lots of space in my bags…

Good luck!

Mike