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skj

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Fuji F30
  • Camera Housing
    Fuji
  1. Thanks - does the 10bar's velcro attachment cover the internal flash, or do you have to tape it off? I'm a California diver and have to deal with somewhat murky conditions. I've found that my camera often has a hard time focusing, particularly at depth. I'm thinking this is because there is not enough light and/or contrast for the camera to focus on the intended subject. I was hoping this might help. Thanks for your comments.
  2. Hi, I'm looking at an Inon D-2000 strobe for my Fuji F30 with Fuji housing. Any opinions out there on setup? I found this, which seems like a good deal: http://www.divervision.com/catalog/product...products_id=209 NON D-2000 Strobe and Flexible Arm Package $589 Includes: * 1 x INON D-2000 U/W Strobe * 1 x 10Bar Adapter for INON strobes * 1 x 10Bar Fiber Optic Cable for INON Strobes * 1 x 10Bar 24cm Flexible Arm * 1 x 10Bar Slot-stay Tray S (Single Flex-arm Accepted) Any thoughts on flexible arm vs. ball arm? Recommendations for length? (24cm, 30, or 36) What about the 10Bar fiber optic cable, how does this compare with the Inon cable? Looks like the Inon cable includes a feature to block the camera's internal flash, which seems desirable? I really don't want to spend much more than this... I was tempted by the Fantasea Nano Flash or the SeaLife SL960D as compact, lower cost options. But from what I've read on this forum it sounds like those might not be "bargains" in the long run. On the other hand, the F30 already has good low-light capabilities, and I'm just looking for nice travel snapshots, not pro-quality images, so I don't want to go overboard. Thanks for any recommendations.
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