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  1. Thanks TIM! I hope to do all (or the bulk of) the editing whilst on the trip. Once I get home - tough to find the time. Thanks for the specs.
  2. I was about to start a similar thread - when I found this one. Glad to see the info. I currently have Dell laptop for travel but it has a beastly shiny screen which distorts the colors so badly can't really edit while on trips. I run Lightroom Classic and Photoshop at the same time. I've heard MacBook Pro 15" is the way to go but I see now that there are is a Windows option with the Surface. A couple questions, please: 1 - What about size? 13" or 15" ? I'd like to stay small and lighter is always better - but have heard one needs 15" for decent editing. 2 - Both have only one USB port. How do you deal with that? 3 - What specific model should I be looking for? I only use it for travel so I'd like it to be economical - but don't want it to be a slow beast either. 4 - Minimum specs - ie: SSD, RAM, processor, etc... Thanks so much!
  3. Thank you Pavel. This worked perfectly - unfortunately my strobe did not fire. Guess that means the issue is probably the bulb and hence a $200+ repair bill. Next question - would it make sense to cut my losses and buy a new little INON strobe for $350 instead of paying $200 + shipping, insurance, etc to get the Sea and Sea repaired? Is it a problem to mix strobes? INON S-2000 S-TTL: Guide # 20, Recycle time 1.5 sec, Color Temp: 5400K ... also has wireless slave mode (which is a plus for me) Sea and Sea YS D1: Guide # 32, Recycle time 1.9 sec, Color Temp: 5600K What do y'all think?
  4. Patel - this is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much!!!!! Pavel - you're the best!!!
  5. Im trying to trouble shoot one of my YS D1 strobes that slowly quit firing last weeek. I've already checked all the obvious stuff (batteries, fiber optic cable, flood, water, settings...) The strobe power indicator lights still glows - so I know it is getting power... it is just quit firing (my second strobe works fine) I was told that I could trouble shoot the strobe by manually firing it in the following manner.... I'm not clear on these directions, so please let me know if you know how to properly do this: 1) remove the sync cord cap 2) using a metal object (like butt end of tweezers) push in the center pin 3) at the same time, press two of the 5 pins (which ones???) This is supposed to trigger the strobe. Can anyone provide more insight into this process - and / or other ideas to trouble shoot the strobe? FInally - if it is the "bulb" it will cost upwards of $200 USD to fix. Is it work the price to fix or would I be better off buying a little INON strobe for $350 instead? Thanks so much!
  6. Thank you Draq! THat did the trick. I uninstalled and then reinstalled the firmware update. Worked like a charm. Thank you!
  7. I just bought an Olympus OMD-EM1. The firmware on it, out of the box, is V3.1. The latest firmware available from Olympus is V4.1. When I go to update the firmware, the site tells me I have the latest version and that my camera is up to date (although my camera still says it is V3.1). Any suggestions on how to fix this? PS - will all my customized setting go away when I eventually do figure out how to upgrade? Thank you!
  8. Ultralight double handled tray. Original purchase price $165. For sale $60 + shipping from California (originally offered at $90) Ultralight says it works as a double handle for most digital housings, including Olympus, Canon, Nikon, Sony, Minolta, Casio, Sea and Sea, Fuji, Panasonic and Sea Life. I used it with a Nauticam housing. See photos attached.
  9. For sale, Ultralight double handled tray. Size is 12.5" long by 6.5" tall. Original purchase price $165 USD. For sale for $90+ shipping from San Diego, CA. Part numbers include: UCLS-TR-DHB_BLUE: Blue Handles with ball (2 handles) ULCS-TR-DM: Tray no ridge ULCS-TR-DUP: Tray extender to make double Ultralight brochure says :Digital tray with handle for most digital housings, ie: Olympus, Canon, Nikon, Sony, Minolta, Casio, Sea and Sea, Fujio, Panasonic, Sealife. I used it on a Nauticam housing of a Panasonic camera.
  10. Nauticam Housing for Panasonic. Lumix DMC GX1 16.0 MP 4:3 camera Rugged, machined aluminum housing for Panasonic 4:3, 16 MB camera for $700 USD. Camera (not included) can use a wide range of Panasonic and Olympus lens. This is a great option for intermediate UW photographers. The camera is discontinued but easily available for less than $200 (see link below) making the entire package less than $1000 (quite a deal given the price of housing / cameras these days!) See link for more info on housing http://www.nauticam.com/product2.asp?id=147&sid=13 The GX1 housing is 3 years old. Original purchase price $1200. It has been taken on 4 trips. Moisture alarm doesn’t work, despite sending back to Nauticam for repair (alarm just buzzes so I remove the battery to keep it quiet.) I have service records and user manuals. Nauticam part number Nau-17705 Housing is priced at $700 USD plus shipping from San Diego, CA. Camera can be found for less than $200 - here is just one link of many..... http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/281931540029?ul_noapp=true&chn=ps&lpid=82
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