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C_Shultis

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About C_Shultis

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    Sea Nettle
  • Birthday August 20

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Philadelphia, PA
  • Interests
    UW photography, wreck diving, hunting fish and lobster in the waters off of NJ

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    United States
  • Camera Model & Brand
    SONY A6300
  • Camera Housing
    Nauticam
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea&Sea YSD2 x 2

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  1. Unfortunately, I lost the plug and the tool for the opening where the vacuum valve is mounted so It is part of the housing now.
  2. The Zen Dome Port and port adapter were sold. Still for sale with retail cost: -NA-A6300 housing, tray w/ ball mounts and shutter extension ($1971) -Sony A6300 mirrorless camera with shutter count of 6275 and 16-50mm lens ($999) -Macro Port 45 with Focus/Zoom knob and zoom gear ($750) -Vacuum valve and pump ($250) Total Retail cost: $ 3,970 I am seeking $2500 but will entertain all reasonable offers
  3. The replacement cost is $6,319. I was hoping to get close to 55% of this cost or around $3,500.. I am also considering selling the equipment separately. The equipment is located near Philadelphia, PA
  4. Nauticam NA-A6300 Housing and Sony A6300 Mirrorless camera with a shutter count of 6275 Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 zoom lens Nauticam Macro Port 45 with Focus/Zoom knob Nauticam SE1650-PZ Zoom Gear Zen Underwater DP-170 Optical Dome Port Nauticam N85 to N120 60mm Port Adapter Nauticam vacuum valve and pump Zeiss Touit 12mm f/2.8 wide angle lens All equipment is in excellent condition. The current retail cost for all the equipment is $6,319. I am looking to get $3500 but I will entertain all reasonable offers.
  5. Thanks all for the feedback. What do you think of this one?
  6. Thanks so much for the feedback. I looked at the original image for the first picture and the blue spot in the background is a small fish. The fins have a faint tint of blue in the original. When the exposure was decreased, the blue becomes more pronounced but I’m not sure why the blue is there to begin with. I agree that the second image is the least interesting.
  7. The links below are to my first attempts at blackout shots. I would appreciate any constructive criticism/tips. Thanks a lot. Shot with Sony A6300 in Nauticam housing, 12mm Zeiss lens, Zen 170mm dome, and Sea&Sea YS-D2. https://www.flickr.com/photos/186383648@N06/49347721821/in/dateposted-public/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/186383648@N06/49347259498/in/dateposted-public/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/186383648@N06/49347293058/in/dateposted-public/
  8. Hello, I got my first underwater camera in 2009 (Cannon Power Shot G10 with a Fisheye housing). I've had a lot of fun since then photographing marine life. My favorite is the cuttlefish. I could watch them for an entire dive if they would stick around. I once saw one eat a fish on a night dive in the Solomon Islands. Anyway, I look forward to getting tips on how to capture better images. Chuck Shultis, Retired PADI MSDT, TDI Advanced Nitrox and Deco Procedures Currently using a Sony A6300 in a Nauticam Housing and Sea&Sea YS-D2 strobes.
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