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voets

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About voets

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    Lionfish
  • Birthday 10/06/1972

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    http://www.h2olic.net
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    Male
  • Location
    Netherlands

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    Netherlands
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D850
  • Camera Housing
    Nauticam
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Ikelite DS-160 & Ikelite DS-125
  1. I have Hugyfot minidome for sale. Part number FEK 7.605 In great condition, no scratches. New price was 900 euro. Asking 550 euro. Dome is located in the Netherlands, I will ship to most countries, buyer pays shipping. Reason I'm selling is that I've upgraded to a Nikon D850 in Nauticam housing. I've used this one in combination with the Nikon D800 and Sigma 15mm f2.8. It will give you a nice compact setup. The sigma lens will fit with the shades in place. In some focus positions you will see a slight edge of the dome shades, in others you won't.
  2. I'm open to offers ofcourse. Asking price is not set in stone
  3. I'm selling my Nikon D800 with hugyfot housing. The camera has 50K clicks and works fine. Housing has the obvious marks of use, but is functioning 100% OK. Was serviced last year. The set includes the FLP 6607 flatport for a 60mm macro lens, and the FEP 6608 dome port, to use with a fisheye like the sigma 15mm. Some spares for the housing and an extra battery will be included too. The housing has the hugyfot vacuumcheck installed. It has 2 electrical flash connectors (5 pin nikonos style) and a port for optical trigger. I'm asking 2800,- euro for the whole set. I'm located in the netherlands. Will ship to most countries Somehow my photo disappeared, so the link to the dutch ad, with pictures can be found here. Not included, but also for sale are 4 extension rings, of 20,30,40 and 60mm (95 euro each) And the hugyfot glass minidome FEK 7.605 (650 euro)
  4. great shots! the macro stuff of the corwn of thorns and coral looks surreal
  5. Yep, we crossed the red sea big time as you can see here on the plotted route. http://www.ultimatedivelog.com/dives_travel.php?div_ID=22215&usr_ID=1&num=15 I was on the MV Tala (Red Sea Explorers). That's an excellent boat that has everything setup for both recreational and technical divers They will do whatever it takes to make a great trip
  6. First week of December I was on a great liveaboard on the red sea. A mix of technical and recreational divers visiting deep wrecks and beautiful reefs Meeting thresher sharks at big brother for example: My best shots of this week can be found here -> http://www.h2olic.net/photos/2012/Egypte
  7. lens lust is becoming almost unbearable .... so before I hit the order button will the Nikon 16-35 f4 work behind the hugyfot fisheye dome (174mm) ? with a proper extension ofcourse or do I need a diopter? or a different dome ?
  8. yesterday I was looking into the wide angle zoom lenses that will fit the D800 I came to a list of these 7 lenses with their field of view Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm F2.8 G ED Nano 114 - 84 Nikkor AF-S 16-35mm F4.0 G ED VR Nano 107 - 63 Tokina 16-28mm F2.8 AT-X PRO FX Nikon 107 - 77 Sigma 12-24mm F4.5-5.6 II DG HSM 122 - 84 Sigma 15-30mm F3.5-4.5 EX DG ASPHERICAL 110 - 72 Nikkor AF 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5 IF-ED D 100 - 62 Nikkor AF-S 17-35mm F/2.8 D IF-ED 104 - 62 They all seem to to have some pro's and con's (weight, price, field of view, build, aperture) For a swim-around lens I think the Nikkor 16-35 f4 would be my top choice at the moment. The 35mm end gives you some zoom options for smaller subjects, F4 is reasonably fast, weight is 685 grams. Curious what people are using for zoom lenses on their Nikon full frame and if they would buy the sam lens again
  9. The square thing above my head is a valve protector. I found it easier to grab hold of my tank to do a valve closedown drill when I learned to tecdive with such a protector. Nowadays I can close the valves without it, but it still helps when I'm setting up my gear in the trunk of the car, so I just lazily leave it on. The self timer was set to 10 seconds. That's barely enough to swim into position, but with the sigma 10mm fisheye you don't have to travel far to be into your own shot So even in a boring lake you can have some good fun and learn new techniques
  10. On a solo dive in a really boring lake nearby I had an hour of fun experimenting with my camera's self timer So here's me as a photographer AND model
  11. Nice work ! I was there 2 weeks before you, great to see how every photographer takes his own view of a subject (like the Hilma Hooker for example) and does something creative with it.
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