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About reefkeep2

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  1. I'll be arriving on Monday, hope to see you guys at some point! Anyone staying at Sunset house?
  2. Steve, just leave you strobes behind for me....I'll take good care of them =) I send Alex a PM last night, I can't wait.
  3. James, I think you are right............What no one wants to tell me how cute my daughter is??? Shame on you all! Ok, I forgive you, but don't let it happen again. got great news today...... I was told I need to be in the Cayman Islands on the 29th for work! I worked out a deal that gets me on the Island on the 26th, so I'll get 3 or 4 days of good diving in before work starts! I am so excited, sorry I had to tell someone! I'll be staying at the Sunset house for the first three days if anyone needs a dive partner.
  4. I received Adobe Photo shop CS4 and Aperture 2.1 loaded on an IMac for xmas I have tried successfully to load 50D Raw files in both programs but I feel like a monkey doing a math problem when it comes to the actual editing. Do any good instructional dvd’s exist on either that you would recommend? Ideally some that addresses common underwater issues? Did I mention this is my first time using a Mac, so far that has not been a problem. About 5 years ago I considered myself fairly decent in Adobe 7 but apparently it’s not like ridding a bike and I have obviously fallen off it. Any information would be appreciated, RK
  5. OK, that's two in NE Florida, maybe they should move up here!
  6. "Thanks Maarten, I'm using a Canon 17-40mm and a Canon 100mm macro. However, the 17-40mm gives some soft edges. I think I'll try a diopter next time. Does anyone know which diopter should be used?" I don't know the answer to the question but I am also interested in the answer.
  7. Tested, not a drop of water...Yeah!!! The pictures are rather soft, I used a 15mm Sigma Fisheye, I have not used this lens in years, I may need to do some tests above water. That or the SS was not enough to slow down my daughter. (no strobes and it was starting to get a little dark). Thanks again guys...
  8. Why do you want either, is the Tokina not working out? Just wondering as I'm looking at the 10-22 and the lens you have today..... Thanks RK
  9. Thanks that makes me feel a lot better, I may take it in the pool tonight and see what happens. Thanks
  10. Now if I could only get the to move out of Florida so I can stop paying tax! =)
  11. When I use an extension port it seems like the outer port could unlock with ease underwater or during entry. Is this normal, do they tighten up under pressure? Compared to the UK Germany or Ike’s ports they seem loose. For clarification, it’s loose on the main housing as well but the sea & sea lock prevents the port from coming loose. I just snagged a Fisheye, custom port, and an extender off ebay. I’m ready to get wet; I just don’t want the camera to get wet. Thanks for your help!
  12. Just thought I would share with anyone who doesn't know Reefphoto.com has great service.....after the sale. I called today, honestly I didn't expect a resolution, but I though why not give them a shot before I spend a day tinkering with this. Kelly did a great job troubleshooting the strobes, the cord, the housing and eventually the camera. They didn't sell me the camera and the troubleshooting didn't stop at that point. She wasn't alone, people in the back ground were helping as well, over all the service was seemless and stellar. Basically they treat customers the way I expect my staff to treats my own, I can't ask for more than that! It's odd I get blown away by service, I hope you as the reader get the same opportunity. Sincerely, Chris
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