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maxman2402

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About maxman2402

  • Rank
    Triggerfish
  • Birthday 02/24/1992

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Hoofddorp
  • Interests
    Diving traveling and flying

Additional Info

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    Netherlands
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D5100 & Nikon D800
  • Camera Housing
    Ikelite D5100
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Ikelite ds-160
  1. Same thing for me, if the quality is the same I will go for this lens instead of the 16-35 f4. Saves me money to spend on other stuff. That being said, if the f4 is still beter I will go for it in a blink
  2. That would be great, I am going to get it for my D800 too.(if it is any good).
  3. Hi there, Is there anyone here on wetpixel who has some experience with the new AF-S NIKKOR 18–35mm f/3.5–4.5G ED? Might this be a good replacement for the 16-35 f4? Going trough the specs I see the f4 has 7 degrees FOV more on the wide side (107 vs 100 and 63 to 63), focus distance is the same at 0.28m. Any thoughts on this new lens being a good underwater lens for (semi) wide angle? looking forward to some opinions. Cheers, Max Daniël.
  4. nice shots, love the dogfish!
  5. nice colors on the fishes, shame i dont see these kind of species here in holland haha
  6. These are some pics of diving in Dutch fresh water lakes. Al photo's shown here are taken with the Nikon D5100 + 1 Ikelite DS160 strobe and the 18-55mm nikkor kitlens. (though i'm going to take my 60mm macro for my next up coming dives). Enjoy the pics, feedback is Very welcome. [/url] Neogobius melanostomus, (Round goby) by Max Daniël, on Flickr">http:// Neogobius melanostomus, (Round goby) by Max Daniël, on Flickr [/url] >School of perch, taken with 1 strobe. Perca fluviatilis, (European Perch) by Max Daniël, on Flickr">http:// School of perch, taken with 1 strobe. Perca fluviatilis, (European Perch) by Max Daniël, on Flickr [/url] >over exposed... by Max Daniël, on Flickr">http:// over exposed... by Max Daniël, on Flickr [/url] >Esox lucius, (pike) by Max Daniël, on Flickr">http:// Esox lucius, (pike) by Max Daniël, on Flickr Cheers, Max Daniël
  7. thank you for the advice, i'll try it with my next dives. Cheers, Max Daniël
  8. Shot these on a recent trip to Greece (did only one dive). Any idea's on how to improve these shots? Coris julis, (Rainbow wrasse) by Max Daniël, on Flickr And: Scorpaena notata, (Small red scorpionfish) by Max Daniël, on Flickr Thank you! Cheers, Max Daniël
  9. Shot these on a recent trip to Greece (did only one dive). Any idea's on how to improve these shots? Coris julis, (Rainbow wrasse) by Max Daniël, on Flickr And: Scorpaena notata, (Small red scorpionfish) by Max Daniël, on Flickr Thank you! Cheers, Max Daniël
  10. wow great subject (scene) you got there. Thank you for the advice!
  11. In this shot, i tried to get a traditional split shot, with the top part being reasonably sharp. so this picture is not really a big succes. I took this one at the end of the dive (at the exit point) so there was still a lot of water on the dome indeed. Next time i will try to make a split shot in the beginning of the dive when the dome is still dry. Thank you! Max Damiël
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