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    Martha's Vineyard, MA and Culebra, PR

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  1. A-series SPL Waterhousing made to fit Nikon D300S. A great waterhousing for photographing surfing, sailing, kite boarding, bodyboarding, or many other shallow water activities and rated to a maximum depth of 25-30 feet. Housing is constructed of ultra lightweight aluminum. Sheared, formed on a sheet metal press brake and then welded solid by certified welder. All aluminum is hard anodized to protect against salt water corrosion. The water housing is then painted with industrial powder coat paint. Weight is 3 lbs with fisheye port and pistol grip. Features & Controls Control for photo/video and rec/pause. Shutter Speed Aperature Manual shutter release on side for emergency backup. Large LCD windows on top and back of housing. Detachable side grip. Latest new molded detachable pistol grip with all new custom designed two stage autofocus grip. Detachable flash option so you can later add a flash. Included Items Camera housing. Upgraded more expensive dome port to fit a standard lens, fisheye lens or wide angle lens. Detachable pistol grip with 2 stage autofocus. Detachable side grip. Custom leash. Neoprene port cover. Additional parts, tools and o-ring grease. Manufacturers instructions. Shockproof rigid foam lined travel/storage case measuring approximately 23"x18"x10" Housing is only 3 years old in mint condition and has had very little use. Used only 4 or 5 times max. Absolutely no blemishes, scratches, dings, floods or the like. Purchased brand new from SPL and paid about $1,900 for everything with the extra options. A great deal at $1,095. Contact hodgkins.doug@gmail.com
  2. Southwest Puerto Rico has been significantly impacted by the recent earthquakes and everyone there is in our thoughts during this trying time. Throughout Puerto Rico power is gradually being restored with the lesser impacted areas recovering at a quicker pace. More specifically the eastern parts including the island of Culebra have been minimally impacted and are continuing to welcome visitors.
  3. I've posted watermarked images on social media which occasionally are copied by others for commercial use with the watermark cropped out. Other that sending them an invoice, has anyone had any other effective means of recourse? Thanks!
  4. Hi - I'm current using a version of Lightroom 5 which has been sufficient in the past but is now seems to be on the way out. So I'm considering the switch to Adobe's subscription based Lightroom CC. Has anyone else experienced such a change? If so, I'd welcome your thoughts, feedback, suggestions and comments on how it worked out for you. Thanks!
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