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  1. I have been trying like crazy to program the C1 & C2 dials for different manaul settings: C1 - F8 Aperture 1/200 ISO 200: C2-1 F5.6 Aperture 1/200 ISO 300. All i get is one setting overwriting the other so I end up with C1 & C2 with the same settings. The folks at Panasonic were not any help, just referred me to the owner's manual CD that came with the camera, which is where I started this frustrating quest.

     

    Anyone have a solution....other than a new camera? Thanks!

     

    Bob


  2. I have a new Ikelite Digital Housing #6171.05 for my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 camera. I used it for the first time the other day on two dives. Average depths were 75’ and 60’. On both dives, the zoom control would not work, the camera stayed in the wide setting and it would not go to the telephoto when the lever was engaged. Once back on the dive boat, the zoom control would work and I could “zoom in and out”.

     

    Anyone else here have that problem or heard about it? Thanks.

     

    Bob


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    Olympus E-410 DSLR with owners manual, charger, two Olympus batteries, a Sandisk Extreme Pro 16gb compact flash card 90 mb/s

    Olympus 14-42 mm f3.5-5.6 zoom lens with uv filter, sun shade, front & rear lens caps

    Olympus PT-E03 Underwater case

    Olympus PPO-E05 Lens Port with zoom ring, shade ring, front & rear port cap

    Two handled Tray Set

    3 Clamps

    3" liteweight arm

    6" liteweight arm

     

    All items in excellent condition, have been well maintained and never flooded.

     

    $500.00 plus shipping or best offer.

     

    Bob

     

     

    SOLD!


  4. post-16761-1337288869.jpg

     

    Olympus E-410 DSLR with owners manual, charger, two Olympus batteries, a Sandisk Extreme Pro 16gb compact flash card 90 mb/s

    Olympus 14-42 mm f3.5-5.6 zoom lens with uv filter, sun shade, front & rear lens caps

    Olympus PT-E03 Underwater case

    Olympus PPO-E05 Lens Port with zoom ring, shade ring, front & rear port cap

    Two handled Tray Set

    3 Clamps

    3" liteweight arm

    6" liteweight arm

     

    All items in excellent condition, have been well maintained and never flooded.

     

    $500.00 plus shipping or best offer.

     

    Bob


  5. post-16761-1334695633.jpgAll items are in excellent condition and have never been flooded.

     

    Olympus E-410 DSLR with owners manual, charger, two Olympus batteries, a Sandisk Extreme Pro 16gb compact flash card 90 mb/s

    Olympus 14-42 mm f3.5-5.6 zoom lens with uv filter, sun shade, front & rear lens caps

    Olympus PT-E03 Underwater case

    Olympus PPO-E05 Lens Port with zoom ring, shade ring, front & rear port cap

    Two handled Tray Set

    3 Clamps

    3" liteweight arm

    6" liteweight arm

     

    $1,250.00 plus shipping

     

    Bob


  6. I am changing my underwater photo equipment so I have the following for sale. All have been well maintained and never flooded.

     

    Olympus PT-E03 housing - excellent condition $300.00

     

    Olympus Zuiko Digital 14-42mm F3.5 - 5.6 lens $100.00

     

    Olympus PPO-E05 lens port with zoom ring & shade ring - excellent condition, $200.00

     

    Athena TTL dual synchro converter, excellent condition, $250.00

     

    5 Pin Nikonos Style TTL Synch Cords, excellent condition, two of them, $65.00 each

     

    Free shipping in the lower 48 states.

     

    Bob


  7. :lol:;) What a great diving adventure last Tuesday, March 20th, with Aldora! I've been diving the Caribbean Islands since 2006 and, without a doubt, Aldora & Cozumel was the best diving experience I have had yet. Well organized shop, friendly & knowledgeable staff, dive master and boat captain, incredible visibility, fantastic sea life, coral and sponges. The next trip we make to Mexico will definitely be to Cozumel. From what I saw briefly of Cozumel, there seems to be a lot more to do, see and shop than Cancun & Playa del Carmen. We had six divers all with 120 cf tanks of nitrox. First dive was 70 minutes of bottom time with 75' max depth. Could have gone deeper if we had wanted, but, there was so much to see and enjoy at that depth it wasn't necessary to go deeper. 1.5 hour interval time while we enjoyed a shore lunch at a local restaurant. The second dive was 65 minutes of bottom time at 45' with an incredible drift dive. The really nice part was the dive boat stayed with us so when we surfaced it was right there. Aldora has a couple of apartments you can rent also. I can't wait to get back! Aldora.com, you will not be disappointed!

     

    Robert C.

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