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gassa

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About gassa

  • Rank
    Moray Eel
  • Birthday 11/25/1972

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    gisliarnar@hotmail.com
  • Website URL
    http://www.divethenorth.is
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Iceland
  • Interests
    DIR diving & photograph

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    Iceland
  • Camera Model & Brand
    D200, 20mm Sigma, 105 and 10.5mm Nikkor
  • Camera Housing
    Aquatica D200
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    2 x ys110a
  1. Awesome photos Alex....again you blow our minds away! Look forward too see you handling the north! All best Gisli www.divethenorth.is
  2. I am quite proud to say I am the poser in most of the photos! It´s a honor to work with mr.Mustard and I look forward to next meeting. All the best Gassa My Website
  3. I will also consider making switch to someone who has D300 or D700 if someone isn´t ready to quit or needs camera until his next upgrade?? All the best. Gassa
  4. The Rig is still for sale. With or without ports.
  5. Thanks Alex. I look so much forward to this trip, the route I have already planned is is quite something. I start buying the 60mm and see where it goes from there!! Happy new year to everyone Gassa
  6. Amazing those photos from ruins in Japan!!! What does people know about them today?? Gassa
  7. Alex. Do you use the 60mm without any...filter, diopter or converter. found the 60mm easy to use, but i wanted to come closer. So I bought 105mm. But to much water between lens and subject. so I thought of buying diopter...but which one??. If i ended buying both 60mm and 105mm (MACRO) which diopter should I get????? Gisli
  8. Hi. My name is Gisli and I have problem choosing between 60mm or 105mm nikkor. I understand you either have to use diopter or converter to have close up focus. so can I use 60mm with 1.4 or 1.7 converter or would 105 with diopter give same or better result??? Please help me out here!! I use Aquatica house with D200 camera All the best Gisli
  9. How is it possible to have similar or almost even ISO, with smaller image processor and more pixels than D700. It has been discussed here why D700 have so good ISO, large Image processor but few Mp right, large each pixel with good quality? I thought I had to go FF but maybe not. How is D800 gonna be??? gassa
  10. Would you consider taking Aquatica A200 as payment + money and give me D300 package instead? All the best gassa flickr.com/gassa
  11. Hi all. I am considering to sell my A200 house with 8" dome and flat port. The house looks extremely good and are working 100% Any reasonable offer considered. All the best It is best to contact me by gassa@hive.is flickr.com/gassa
  12. Here is me in Silfra Taking this photo:-) All the best gassa Click here!
  13. A blue whale was found dead in Iceland late in this summer...always terrible to see! Click here! Gassa
  14. Thanks Tom and Ellen. I am using D200 in Aquatica house with 8" dome port. I was reading yesterday in Bhphoto site that 17-70 was specially designed for cropped sensors. So it was my misunderstanding that it was FF. The Sigma 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Lens is a large-aperture lens with a maximum f/stop of f/2.8 in wide angle setting. The large zoom range of this 4x zoom lens (equivalent range of approx. 27-112mm when used with a Nikon digital SLR camera with an APS-C size chip) makes it ideal as an everyday large-aperture lens. In addition, the minimum focus distance of 8.7" along with the maximum magnification of 1:2.7 also makes the lens perfect for close-up photography. And DC lenses are exclusively designed for digital SLR cameras with an APS-C size chip. The image circle (rear of lens) is made to match the smaller dimensions used for the image sensor on digital cameras. As a result these lenses are also more compact and lightweight, and are better matched to digital SLR cameras. Note! Not suitable for 35mm film SLR cameras or for any digital SLR camera with image sensor bigger than APS-C size, e.g. Canon 1D series Now I have to check if I can use the new lens with this setup. I have the 18462 extension. Does anyone know? Thanks Again Gassa
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