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Romany

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  1. I'm in a similar position. I mostly shoot macro, but there's the occasional 'omg an eagle ray' shoot I'd like on video. Has anyone tried Ikelite Vega's (http://www.ikelite.com/lighting/2101-vega-video-light.html)? I'm currently shooting with a nauticam housing and Sony rx100II. I'd like to add some focus light capabilities as I found this the hardest thing to accomplish on getting it to focus. So this would sit on the hot shoe for the camera.
  2. Hi all Bit of background first: I've been diving for 24 years. During that time I've done a bit of everything, including being an instructor, wreck diving, cave diver etc. These days I'm so busy with my job that I just get to spend some time in warm waters and have in the last few years taken to photography. I've been diving with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ5 with their underwater housing for a couple of years and have been getting some good pics with it, but it's reaching the end of its lifespan. The thought of a big camera fills me with some dread - I want something that's a little better than what I have, but I like the portability of it. So, I'm considering the RX100 with a nauticam housing. So, I'm interested in people's opinions. i've attached a couple of photos to show what I'm currently taking, which are limited somewhat because I don't have the ability to take wider shots. Also, my kit is getting old and I will be needing to purchase a new bcd. What are people's thoughts about back inflate vs traditional etc? Thanks all
  3. Hey, Helen here from California. I've been diving for 20 odd years, but recently picked up a camera (3 years ago) and have been taken by the bug. I'm currently using a Panasonic point and shoot, but am considering an upgrade, but just have no idea where to begin! LOL.
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