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    Atlanta, GA, USA

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Panasonic G9
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    Sea & Sea YSD2J

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  1. yeah well the $250 does suck but it's behind me now and I only shoot manual. I was curious about the multi-core vs. single core cables. I was thinking about the DIY cables. I thought I saw someone say they could trigger the d2 with the toslink cable?
  2. I use the Nauticam flash trigger and don't have any issues.
  3. I'm based in Atlanta, GA, USA. The G9 is a fun camera and pretty user friendly. The nauticam housing is quite large compared to say the Oly em1 as it doesn't use a swing out back door but all in all it's a fun kit. I wish more people used the G9 as learning from others is part of the fun.
  4. Actually I think it is. However I'm a complete noob when it comes to video settings etc. I've tried reading through some of your posts and see you're using a GH5. You mentioned setting focus once at the start of the dive then continuing from there.
  5. I recently picked up a G9/Nauticam housing and have only used it on one trip to PNG. Bonaire in three months for more play time. I'm at a complete loss for video work which I hope to mess around with soon.
  6. Hello everyone. I've been trying my best at uw photography for about 8 years now whenever I can get the chance to get underwater. Recently picked up a Panasonic G9/Nauticam housing with the Panasonic 8mm FE, Panasonic 8-18, and Olympus 60mm, using S&S YSD2J. Before this I was shooting an Oly EPL3. I just love the m4/3 system. It's a never ending journey of learning and I love reading all your informative posts, looking at all the amazing pictures being posted and watching the amazing videos of destinations I hope to visit one day!
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