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adamhanlon

Member Since 09 Feb 2007
Offline Last Active Aug 19 2017 12:47 PM
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In Topic: WetPixel Name Change

10 August 2017 - 03:52 PM

Apologies for the delay.

 

I can change your name, although I must admit to being disappointed that the account will only be to "buy and sell gear."

 

​Wetpixel is a community site, and exists to share experiences and ideas between the members of the community. 

 

If you wish to change your name, please send me a PM with your "new" name and I will change it....

 

Adam


In Topic: Best way to connect two Seacam flashes to Nauticam with one Bulkhead?

29 July 2017 - 12:16 PM

Ah...that may be the case. I knew that they could be optically triggered, but don't know about TTL.

 

Adam


In Topic: Best way to connect two Seacam flashes to Nauticam with one Bulkhead?

29 July 2017 - 11:35 AM

Sascha...Will the 60D not trigger optically?

 

You could either run it from the camera's flash or via an optical electrical converter (which will improve your frame rate).

 

Adam


In Topic: New INON strobe coming?

20 July 2017 - 07:38 AM

Rest assured that if you follow the Wetpixel front page, you will be among the first to know what is going on with the new Inon Strobe  :aggressive:


In Topic: D500 focus options underwater?

20 July 2017 - 07:36 AM

To some extent I think the problem here is that many of those coming from older Nikon AF systems tend to stick with what worked on their older cameras! We see the same issue sometimes with lens choices too. There are plenty of very well known underwater shooters who do not use ISO as a means of controlling exposure as they learnt to shoot with film  :)

 

AF choices are a personal matter, and you need to find what works for you, but equally, if you simply copy your settings and workflow from a previous camera, you are missing out on any technical advances that your new model may offer. I remember shooting manual focus and manual exposure film cameras underwater, but am heartily glad for AF, adjustable ISO and LCD reviews now!

 

The D500's AF system is a huge improvement over any Nikon AF system to date. Unless you have used it, it is perhaps difficult to asses the advantages of its AF-C performance.

 

I would suggest that if you don't at least try AF-C with 3D on the D500, you are limiting the AF system to what worked with an older (lower performance AF) camera.

 

The D800's AF was good, the D810's better and the D500 (and D5)'s is amazing :)

 

Adam