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marcw

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  1. also st martin is cheaper airfare and a shorter trip if going for a few days. Also,also, many divers hate st martin for some reason, me and my 2 buddies have no issues.
  2. This is before the hurricane, so everything might be very different now. I have around 40 dives as St Martin/Sint Maarten and 15 in bonaire. Different dive sites. St Martin/Sint Maarten is all boat dives, bonaire is all shore dives. There are plenty of things to see in St Martin/Sint Maarten. Some sharks, wrecks, and plenty of boring underwater sand, but when your are on a nice site, it is very nice. If I had to pick, I would go back to St Martin/Sint Maarten, Bonaire(I felt) was all very similar. St Martin/Sint Maarten you can divesdifferent types of senery, which is nice, but you need a boat. If you go to St Martin/Sint Maarten, make sure it is not a cruise ship dive boat. You want to get away from the Harbor and explore the island. Check out the pictures and then ask questions., http://www.mwdives.com/2011 Sint Martin/index.html#img=2011-11-19 St Martin - Porpoise - That Confounded Bridge_01.jpg http://www.mwdives.com/2008 Saba - St Martin/index.html
  3. I use a 2 diy beech straps,connected to the left and right ball joints to my upper shoulder d rings and a 3 foot 3/8 bungee cord that is always connected to my tray and to a d ring on my belt.. The beech straps make entry/exit easy if i need my hands for other items(fins) or for other safety issues. When in the water i disconnect the beech straps and only use the bungee in case i some drop my rig. My rig is always connected with the bungee and the beech straps keep the rig close to my chest while walking or swimming in shallow waters.
  4. I always thought why no one, including my self, has never tried a baby lift bag that can have air added at depth. Maybe someone has and it was a bad idea, but i do not think so. I heard people using plastic bottles tied to their kit.
  5. Thanks EVERONE, looks good. I have a another one to add. Clean your lenses(should be a no brainer ).
  6. While diving last year, a photographer told me a tip to try to take pictures of some critters facing the current(maybe i remember it backwards). Can we share some of these tips? I was looking for a book or website that had some useful tips but i could not find anything. I am not only looking for camera tips, also fish/critter tips. Like, best time of day to see something. Full moon days does this. If you see this fish, look around and you will see it partner close by there symbiotic relationship. Like shrimp and sea cucumbers stay together. tips so far: Take pictures into the current for head shots. symbiotic relationships: Sea Anemone and Clownfish Sea Cucumber and Shrimp
  7. I agree with the price and the annoyance, I would rather have a flip up than this slide to the side. It is another item to watch I do not touch/hurt anything or scratch the lens. thanks
  8. Has anyone tried one of the cheaper m67(or other size) flip adapters like the one below? Does it work well? How is the quality? Can you recommend any seller? Last year I bought a few step down rings from ebay and I am happy with those. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Underwater-67mm-adapter-ring-for-flip-Swing-Wet-lens-M67-threaded-Housings/331918436227?hash=item4d47e16783:g:NqwAAOSwFjleBeDo&autorefresh=true
  9. If you have a private talk, can you please post all questions publicly. I would love to learn myself. This is also might be a great new thread to start. How to find all sorts of creatures, from food habits, hunting habits, currents and other ways. No one ever talks in detail how to find our underwater friends to take pictures of.
  10. I will sign your petition if you have one. Unfortunately I will think no manufacturer will be that kind.
  11. Thanks, Reef Photo came back to me and said it is a motherboard issue, but they have no service parts available. Bummer. ( I updated my profile)
  12. I am on holiday with a buddy who's inon z240 green lamp is always on, what does it mean? Even when the power is off and batteries on (of course) the green lamp is on. The strobe does not fire and he uses a fiber optic cable. All ports/battery compartment are clean and no water entry. Any help?
  13. I have a Brand NEW Fantasea FG15 Underwater Case for Canon g15. Brand new, never used! In the box. Never used. All items still in box. $265 plus shipping. Here is a review: Fantasea's FG15 in the Lab & the Water Photos will be supplied on request. Thanks for looking. I have a Brand NEW Fantasea FG15 Underwater Case for Canon g15. Brand new, never used! In the box. Never used. All items still in box. $265 plus shipping. Here is a review: Fantasea's FG15 in the Lab & the Water Photos will be supplied on request. Thanks for looking.
  14. i will take the stix.
  15. are the stix in good shape,if yes i will take them
  16. I doubt you are still on your trip, here are 2 suggestions. Permanent fix, but easy to mend on trips. fix https://www.xit404.com/collections/fiber-mounts/products/fiber-optic-connector-inon-to-sea-sea-kit Very temporary, use an pencil eraser head and poke a hole with a paper clip, thread cord through.
  17. May i ask which social media sites are now in-place of WetPixel. I do not use face book or twitter in anyway that has the same content.
  18. i bought a 100 off ebay for ULCS arms about a year ago. Check ebay out.
  19. I have been reading and watching that 2450mh batteries from Ikea are the same eneloops pro batteries from Japan. Does anyone know any truth in this. This is one sample video I watched. https://youtu.be/Jeo_hv-8bHI
  20. How old are the batteries and will you ship to New York?
  21. FYI, if you look around there are now online shops that will print your items for you. Not to bad of a price, but if your want to print, tweek, print again, it will get pricy.
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