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  • Birthday 09/24/1961

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    Canon 1DX Mk III, Canon 7D
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    Two Inon Z 240 + Two D max
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    8-15 mm, 16-35, Large 9" nauticam glass dome,100mm macro, 60 mm macro, Tokina 10-17, Large and mini dome + extensions and macro ports. Two Sola 2000, Go Pro Hero 4 Silver, SMC converter, SMC multiplier
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  1. Hey guys, Have considered moving from stills to Videos and have shot some 4 K high res videos. The same are stored on a few 2 TB and 1 TB SSD's. Is there some solution on cloud for back up and/or storage ? Also what do you guys use to store the RAW or unedited videos ? Thanks in advance for any help here. Diggy
  2. Super Video as always. V V Nice. I notice that the colours are v v good even without lights. BUT at 3.25 should the big eyes not be bright red ? Or they were this colour ? Thanks for sharing Diggy
  3. very nice. I can see clearly now
  4. Beautiful as always :-) V Nice. Love the last clip of the turtle being cleaned ..also the overall video
  5. ha ha ha ha ha good one Tim :-)
  6. Hi Tom, I see that you are selling a 20 mm and want to buy a 30 mm extension. I had the same issue. There is another option https://shop.divingexpress.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=3211 https://www.aditech-uw.com/en/shop/4805-nauticam-extension-ring-10-21110.html Just fix to your 20 mm and its good to go. Diggy
  7. Wow love these. The first one looks as if there is an explosion of colours around the arrow crab. Diggy
  8. If you final destination has a stopover one can check before boarding (at the boarding gate where they check your passport and boarding pass) if your bag is indeed in the hold by showing them the TAG. They can immediately check and revert with a confirmation. After having one experience like this, i always now check and ensure that the bag is in the hold of the aircraft. Diggy
  9. Thanks Alex, Some very valid and pertinent points made. Sadly now I will may be looking to buy a 45 degree viewfinder. But before that will borrow one for a trip and see where I am at. Last I tried using one was a COMPLETE disaster. Diggy
  10. beautiful image Tim. Really lovely. Diggy
  11. You won't believe how embarrassing it was for me when I had arranged an underwater lesson on a dive for a relative newbie. He had a Sony system if I recollect correctly with a 45 degree viewfinder. Guess what ? I could just not find the proper frame or subject looking through it and had to abandon the lesson So much for experience and teaching ! Will definitely give it a try again. Thanks Tim. Diggy
  12. One can also stay at Amed , which is about 30 minutes from tulamben by drive. Last I had stayed at Kembali beach bungalows. Very reasonable and right across the beach. http://kembalibeachbungalows.nl At Tulamben have stayed at several, but the last one that I liked was liberty dive resort. http://www.libertydiveresort.com An hour 15 minutes away from Amed/Tulamben is Candidasa or even Padang Bai. Have not been there though since 2018. Diggy
  13. for some inane reason I have been a real duh in using the 45 degree viewfinder so have stuck to the straight. Somehow originally being a terrestrial photographer, it seems more comforting. Maybe the 45 takes some time to get used to ? Diggy
  14. Yup, extremely difficult to feed these. I have had several opportunities but never did manage to get that perfect shot like Nicholas More :-( Hopefully will ....some day :-) Even with a great opportunity, this is the best I could do. Thanks Alex for the link. Diggy
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