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    good movies, food, wine and a lot of diving

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Olympus Tg4
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    Olympus PT056
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    2x Inon S2000, Inon LF1300-EWf, 2x Inon LF 3100-EW
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    Backscatter M52 Wide Angle Air Lens

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  1. Thanks for the advice. I will look into the RX100. Why do you doubt the rumors for the tg7? Even a manager said there will be a successor. And I noticed that the price of the TG6 dropped a lot lately. Could all mean nothing though.
  2. Hi! I want to replace my tg4 before my next trip. I am looking at the tg6 (worth the upgrade?) or maybe the upcoming tg7. Or is there any other compact camera that can shoot both macro and wide on the same dive with no lens switching? Right now I got the Backscatter Air Lens and it is great for both. Thanks.
  3. 350 USD or 300 € - new price
  4. Price suggestions are very welcome, just send me a pm
  5. Thank you, but what means "to top off"? (English is not my native language sry)
  6. Sry I think my question is a bit missleading. I was more leaning towards what is better for the device?
  7. Hi! If I won't use my light, strobe, camera etc. for longer time, like more than 3 months, is it better to take the batteries etc. out? If so, why? Thanks
  8. Nope I came back 3 weeks ago. But I actually did 2 dives there if I am right. Or at least pretty close. Lucky to watch 3 eagle rays flying trough the sea during those dives
  9. You can get either the 1100 or the 1300 on ebay. There is an Italian seller, where I did order the 1300 a few minutes ago. But as you are from the USA, there are also sellers from Japan I think.
  10. Oh ok. They also re-released there 3100 lumen video light (5000k) as 2400 lumen (6500k) but I cant see the point. Isn't that high kelvin counterproductive? Bit off topic though.
  11. But what if I think about using it as a macro video light? Wouldn't 6500k be too warm?
  12. I found two other focus lights I might consider: (more expensive but the control sounds very good) http://inon.jp/products/le_light/lf1100h-ewf.html http://inon.jp/products/le_light/lf1300ewf.html Only difference seems to be the kelvin 5000 vs 6500. What would be recommended?
  13. Rhynchostracion nasus - thanks
  14. Ok. Anyone knows which one exactly? It was in Egypt, Hurghada, Makadi Bay.
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