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  1. Aldebaran

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    hello i have one i don't use anymore. it's in excellent condition. let me know if your interested.
  2. Hello all, With appleā€™s ios 13 update you now can connect an external hard drive straight to the ipad pro, thus making the ravpower obsolete. You can send files to and from the ipad with much faster speeds. Instead of investing in a ravpower invest in a dock for the ipad. Less weight and one less thing to worry about. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Hello all, The family and I are going on vacation in a couple of weeks and as i find myself using the ipad pro more and more lately i was wondering how plausible it would be to leave the laptop behind and just take the ipad with me for raw/jpeg editing, processing and backing up. After about a week of playing around with different programs including lightroom mobile, affinity, rawpower and others i have created a workflow that works for me albeit with some caveats that unfortunately i don't believe can be rectified just yet in ios. So i use a 12.9 inch ipad pro an sd to usb-c apple adapter and a ravpower filehub plus. The program i use to edit and process is called rawpower and it reminds me alot of apple aperture. The reason i prefer rawpower is that is uses/edits the photos library and it lets me export (full size) both the raw file and if i shoot raw+jpeg superfine it lets me export either/or. The process is as follows: 1) connect via wifi to ravpower 2) Insert sd card reader into ipad and dump it into an album in photos. 3) open the album in rawpower and edit the photos, it's nondestructive and you can always go back to original whether raw or jpeg. (when i open a raw file, if i want to export the raw i do it before i begin processing, after processing you can only export a jpeg or tiff, but you can also revert back to the original RAW. 4) export files via ravpower to external HD for backup. Why i like this workflow is because when i open rawpower i view each raw file from the session individually, either back it up immediately or create a jpeg to export. These files will end up where ever you put them with the same file name, for easy retrieval. problems i've encountered: 1) No healing tool. This bothers me because sometimes a small speck on the image cannot be removed without for example lightroom mobile, which opens up another can of worms as far as file managment and exporting. 2) you cannot batch export raw files from rawpower through filehub plus. you can however back up the entire card through the filehub app. if you only shoot RAW you can export through photos app, for raw+jpeg the photos app will only export the jpeg. So basically this is the process i use, if you have any questions, comments, suggestions please don't hesitate. Regards, William
  4. Hello all, I have been using the ttl trigger from trt-electronics for the last year or so. I probably have around 50 dives with it and have had no problems whatsoever. ttl works great, and i really like the fact the everything is manageable from the camera ( i haven't touched a strobe for as long as i've had it). The on-off switch is very small indeed but i just leave it on all the time. I've probably charged it twice for as long as i've had it, the battery seems to last forever, and it fits in a nauticam housing perfectly. When i first got it, i contacted the manufacturer for some questions and they were extremely helpful so that's a plus. I'll have to agree though that it looks handmade, and the connector to the leds is very thin wire and looks flimsy, but no problems connecting and disconnecting it, which i do after every dive. hope this helps. i've used it in both nauticam and olympus housings with an em5 markii.
  5. Hello all, Retra lsd for inon z240, for sale. Free shipping to usa. Price is 240 firm. payment via paypal. Excellent condition used less than ten times. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Hello all, Up for sale is my wife's ptep13 housing and a zen dp100 glass dome for the panasonic 8mm f3.5. Everything is in pristine condition, the dome has only been in fresh water twice, while the housing has less than ten dives on it. Everything was soaked after every dive in freshwater, never flooded and well taken care of. also comes with 67mm threaded cap for accesories. asking 1400 usd through paypal and shipping is on me to CONUS. If you have any questions please dont hesitate.
  7. hello, i have a ptep13 housing with the standard olympus port and also a zen glass dome port for the pana 8mm f3.5. contact me if your still interested.
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