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Bex

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  1. they are always there, especially in Ned's beach, can see them only from snorkelling. For diving, you need to request to Aaron for sunset sharks diving:P
  2. I wasn't free diving when taking that pic, I was scuba diving, however I do quite a lot of snorkelling. I don't usually use strobes, I'll use same torch Archon W40VR D34R Cree XM-L2 to support the light of the objects, otherwise would be extra more expensive to purchase strobes if using this light is enough then I don't need strobes?
  3. Been checking around all your suggestions, and I found this Canon EOS Rebel SL1 18-55mm IS STM Lens Kit with Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 Fisheye Lens and Ikelite housing. What do you reckon ?
  4. thanks for the answers, probably more focussed to big objects than macro, my budget would be AU$3,500-4,000, as I was thinking that I could get secondhand here.
  5. Hello Hyp, I use TG-5 with Ikelite housing with additional lens (in-uwl-h100-dome and in-uwl-h100-t2), I sometimes also use a torch Archon W40VR D34R Cree XM-L2 . My objects mainly are sharks or big sea creatures, but I also would like to take pic of small objects as well.
  6. Hello, can I see some sample of the pics and videos you've taken with this please? Thanks, Bex
  7. Hi all, This image below is kind of pictures I have taken, tho sometimes I also take pic of small creatures(e.g. nudibranch), I wish I could upload video but the size is too big. Please give me some recommendations what sort of camera would be suitable for me. I want to upgrade my underwater camera that just in simple way(with additional fish-eye lens/wide angle lens + light) ,but create good quality videos and photos and affordable. I see you are all very professional, so I need your suggestions for these. Cheers, Bex
  8. Hi all, introduce these twins Galapagos sharks that I met in LordHoweIsland:)
  9. Hello all, I'm new here, my name is Bex from Indonesia and I'm currently living in Australia. I've always been interested in underwater photography for years. Tho I have a very basic compact camera with additional lens and light, I made many of sharks videos and photos. Sharks are my spirit animals, so I always love to make videos of them purposely to change people's interpretation about sharks. I always want to upgrade my underwater camera that just in simple way(with additional fish-eye lens/wide angle lens + light) ,but create good quality videos and photos and affordable. I see you are all very professional, so I need your suggestions for these. Cheers, Bex
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