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AndyBarker

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About AndyBarker

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  • Birthday 04/13/1965

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  • Location
    Bury St Edmunds Suffolk UK
  • Interests
    Diving , Photography , Fishing , Motorcycling,

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D850 Nikon 16x35mm ,105mm micro,60mm micro, 16mm FE
  • Camera Housing
    Seacam D850
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Seacam Seaflash 150ttl
  • Accessories
    Seacam flash arms
  1. Hi I had both they are both great cameras I found I was using the D800e more, you can see a slight difference you can get very good second hand body which is what I did with the D800e, what I would say is use good quality lens it does make a difference. Andy
  2. Hi always look to see were the light is coming from, I always start f11, 60th the check the blues & saturation, keep strobe power down so you don't over expose, I try to shoot slightly under exposed, you can do a little correction in PS, slightly harder when over exposed, I will always adjust shutter & aperture when I'm shooting, then I can pick the image thats best. just keep shooting & learning, regards Andy.
  3. I just fold my arms in, with a rope handle above the handles for boat crew to grab never had any problems, always show the boat crew how to hold my rig. just my thoughts, Andy
  4. Thanks for everyones interest Seacam housing & Nikon body NOW SOLD. Thanks, Andy.
  5. For sale Nikon D800 Seacam Housing for sale in excellent condition very clean always oiled after use, complete with Seacam spares kit, also Nikon D800e in very good condition. Seacam Housing £1600 GBP + postage, Nikon D800e body £550 GBP + postage, Both Housing + Body £2000 GBP + postage. Thanks for your interest, Andy No view finder or ports with the sale
  6. I rise with clear water on resort, then when I get home soak all my items in a tank normally over night pressing all functions buttons. then leave to dry, I dry port glass then clean all marks off the glass, once all dry, I maintain my housing as per manufacturers recommendations so in my case lightly old once dry, store until next time. Andy.
  7. Ive always made mine form old dive suits sleeves make great covers Andy
  8. Good evening perhaps the question to be asked is how do the the Ikelite D850 users find it, as it is not just the housing to change over its the ports as well, I would say both housings have their pluses & minuses as I don't think their is a perfect solution, If you are happy with what you know why change. Only my views, regards, Andy
  9. I say use the one your housing manufacturer recommends then you will never have to concern your self which one should I use. Andy
  10. Hi you could try Paul Kay Seacam importer in the UK he sometimes have second hand housings for sale Andy
  11. Hi When I am diving from shore I also use a large cool bag, which fits my D800 seacam with super dome long arms & two seacam strobes no problem this also helps to keep the heat off as I use it between dives. regards, Andy.
  12. Hi I don't think you will ever fine the best as it make a difference to how the housing feels in your hands & how the controls fit your hands then of course your budget, as its not just about the housing its the ports, the strobes, all other bits you may want. i would say go & handle as many as you can before you buy all the housings are very very good, its more about how much you want to spend. For me I am very very happy with seacam housings but that was after playing with a few makes. Regards, Andy
  13. Hi have moved from DX to FX what I have found is my 16mm Fisheye with a 1.4 tele convertor works very well with large subjects as it does not make it looks so fat. i also use 16x35mm Nikon & 105mm Nikon Micro lens. Regards, Andy.
  14. Hi i think you will find that your housing will put up with a lot, as the manufacturers know how hostile the under water environment can be. I stride off the dive deck with mine as I hit the water lift it above the water, also roll from a rib. With out any issues I know quite a few who do the same. When I dive in Malta I have stride off from 2 metres plus with out any issues. Regards, Andy.
  15. Hi Paul, have you got a standard view finder for sale if so what is the price, as I may be interested for splits as I find it hard with the S45. regards, Andy.
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