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jander4454

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About jander4454

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  • Birthday 04/16/1946

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Sony a6000
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    Nauticam
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Inon D-2000 x 2
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    Sola 1200 mod light, ULCS arms and Nauticam CMC-1 macro lens
  1. The new Sony a6400 looks like a good option.
  2. You can store locally - I never use the cloud for storage.
  3. Agree with TimG. I import my RAW images applying a User Preset on the way in that does 90% of the processing I need - they are easy to set up and use.
  4. This is a flatworm - Pseudoceros scintillatus.
  5. Possibly Diversidoris aurantionodulosa Rudman, 1987 without the orange pigment on the elevated tubercles.
  6. Looks like a gastropod mollusc - not a nudibranch or other sea slug.
  7. The zoom gear is a must if you have the port to use it. I also recommend the vacuum valve for the peace of mind it brings, never mind the security.
  8. There is a tapped fixing point - what is the thread diameter?
  9. If you would like to buy my used NEX-5 and Nauticam housing PM me.
  10. Cjames, You need to do a bit of reading. A good ID book should have a general explanation of grouping and why and then you can delve deeper on the internet. For example both the genus you mentioned are in the larger group Nembrothinae. If you do most of your diving in the Indo-Pacific then the best current guide is 'Nudibranch & Sea Slug Identification: Indo-Pacific'. Although some of the names have changed it is still a great guide with a detailed introduction to the subject. Good luck
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