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PhotoJunkie

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About PhotoJunkie

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    Moray Eel
  • Birthday June 23

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    Male
  • Location
    Suburbs of Chicago, IL
  • Interests




    Underwater photography, travel, food, fishing

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    United States
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Olympus OMD E-M5
  • Camera Housing
    Olympus PT-EP08
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    SEA&SEA YS-01 X 2
  • Accessories
    ZEN WA-100 PORT

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  1. Absolutely stunning!!! I really needed to see this after being house-bound for the past 18 months. Thank you very much. What lease were you using?
  2. You have 2 screws on each side that hold the adjustable handle mounts. A piece of aluminum or Delrin (POM) flat bar could be attached there with appropriately longer screws. You now have a clean base to work with for either 3 or 4 legs.
  3. Captain Fathom, I see you have 2 Velcro straps near your StiX floats, what are they used for?
  4. It may be worth a thought to consider doing it as a black/white.
  5. Check Reef Photo, they usually have some in their used goods.
  6. Even with the bayonet mount I use a lanyard. When it is moved from the port to the arm bracket I know that if I don’t have a lanyard I will drop it, and most likely on a wall dive!
  7. Adam, I won’t ask to see your cards, but I will ask Who is the band at the beginning and end? My wife/dive buddy asks if she hasn’t heard them in a while.
  8. For testing purposes I assemble my setup and test focal distances in the kitchen sink. Only the front of the port/wet lens combo need to be underwater. Put a small object in the sink and test away.
  9. Up for sale on eBay: eBay.com/item/184861222454
  10. I too leave the o-rings on the housing, ports, and strobes, but I change all these when I get to the resort/boat. I have a plastic zip-lock bag for these marked “TRAVEL O-RINGS”. These are all removed and grooves cleaned and then my “WORKING O-RINGS” are installed. Yes, I am very anal about this, but in over 40 years I have never had a flood, yet.
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