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toby77

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About toby77

  • Rank
    Sea Wasp
  • Birthday 07/31/1977

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    http://fotodykk.no

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Oslo

Additional Info

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    Norway
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon 40D
  • Camera Housing
    S&S MDX 40d
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    2x Inon Z240
  • Accessories
    inon strobe arms, dome and macro
  1. I had the exact same problem. Tried some different adhesives like Aquasure and two component adhesive but without any luck. I was told it was due to inside pressure due to dome attached to housing during travel, allthough i have always removed my dome from the housing when traveling... I ended up in buying a new dome port
  2. Hi, I would say that it would depend on the type of location for the pictures you take. I have both lenses and the 100mm gives you the same image as the 60mm, but at a grater distance to the subject. Here in norway we are not always blessed with great visibility and then 60mm is great, but you need to get closer to the subject to get full magnification. Heres where the 100mm is great as you will get the same image but you do not need to get as close and this makes it easier to set up your strobes to avoid backscatter and you also are not scaring the wildlife as easy. I use focus rings to acheve manual focus, but the lens is always set to auto focus - i use the manual focus to assist the camera finding the focus point. Toby
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