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  1. Fluorescent coral reefs and marine life really fascinate me! I wonder how to make fluorescence photography underwater. Someone suggested attaching the blue "excitation" filters on the strobe. But I don’t have a strobe. My friend told me that using a UV dive light or blue dive light also can stimulate fluorescence, remove green, yellow, and red wavelengths of white/visible light. May I know using a UV dive light is workable? Has someone tried successfully? Thanks for your suggestions!
  2. I am wondering what kind of camera battery charger do you guys use. Just now I found an interesting camera battery charger from xtar. Although I knew this brand for vaping battery and chargers. Their camera charger model named vn2. The charging plate is removable. Wow, that's amazing! It is available for 4 battery type, mainly Canon and Sony. If you have two different cameras, like me, just change the charging plate when you need. I didn’t find a similar one on the market yet. What makes me more impressed is the two bays charging and the digital screen display. The display of real charging status is really necessary for me. How do you think of it? Is it worthy to invite? Here is the detailed introduction: https://www.xtar.cc/product/XTAR-VN2-Camera-Battery-Charger-146.html
  3. Good review. Thank you for sharing. I am looking forward to watching your cave exploring video.
  4. Hello all, I will start my first u/w photography next week. Now I need to invest a new dive light. But I have a question. Should I choose a dive light with high lumens or a light with red/blue/UV light color? I don't want to spend too much money on the light, because I am not professional. I have no time to dive frequently. I found a light with max 5800 lumens and flood/spot lighting mode, and a light with max only 1600 lumens but owns red/blue/green/uv light color. Which one is better?
  5. Hello everyone, I am new to Wetpixel. I'd like to introduce myself here. I'm interested in photography, especially the u/w photography. But I always shoot badly. That's why I come to Wetpixel. I hope I can improve my skill via communicate with good photographer.
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