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Mamel

Member Since 13 Feb 2007
Offline Last Active Feb 24 2014 05:57 PM
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In Topic: Indonesia 2013

24 February 2014 - 05:56 PM

Oct. 28 . - Nov. 1. 2013 , Ambon , Ambon Dive Into , 10x dives
Accommodation : Hotel **** , most luxurious hotel in Ambon .
Food : Mediocre, not a **** hotel. .
Services : Excellent for the dive resort; not bad for the hotel - the staff trying to serve the best possible although not always successful .:

 

17 to 21 December , 2013, Tulamben , LDR , 11x dives
Accommodation : Spacious room with A/C, 2 swimming pools and beautiful garden .
Food : Breakfast is included . Lunch and dinner had to order in restaurant .
Services : Excelent. my best in Tulamben

 

23 to 27 December , 2013, Lembeh , Froggies Diver , dives 12x
Accommodation : The rooms are large , air conditioned, equipped dispensers (for hill villas ) , fully air-conditioned , has a very beautiful garden .
Food : Breakfast, lunch , dinner is included, snacks are always available after diving into 3 . The food is very tasty , varied and plentiful enough .
Services : Excellent , the best value resort in Lembeh .

 


In Topic: Ambon, October 2013 DiveIntoAmbon

04 December 2013 - 06:31 PM

Hi Kaj,

Thanks,

Yes, we'll come again next year, hopefully, "full team " and spend more on the south(east) ambon - probably saparua as well.

 

cheers


In Topic: Olympus OM-D E-M5

31 August 2013 - 08:07 AM

you can use 1 port - the 4" semi dome port for 3 lenses, ie: 12-50mm, 60mm and 9-18mm. For 12-50m, add the flip diopter  and wet lens, so you can use for macro at 50mm and reasonably wide at 12mm.


In Topic: Lembeh Straits; Rhinopeaus

29 April 2013 - 05:20 AM

dove lembeh early January and end of April 2013 - no rhino


In Topic: Olympus OM-D E-M5

19 April 2013 - 11:23 PM

Thomas,

I think if you more on macro, the 12-50mm macro port will give you more advantage.

I can't say how convenient for you, but I have no problem to rely on the Fn button. Most of the time at 50mm + wet lens and if needed you can switch to 12mm easily and flip the wet lens. 

However, if I really want into macro - such as in Lembeh - I will use my 60mm.

 

If you have the OMD with 12-50mm and diopter at your hand, just assign Fn button and imagine you are diving in your fav. site and try to shoot any macro object at various sizes you expect you will see at the site.

You will get the felling.