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max gleeson

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About max gleeson

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    http://www.maxgleeson.com

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    Male
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    sydney

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    Australia
  • Camera Model & Brand
    PMW 200
  • Camera Housing
    Gates
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    mangrove
  1. Without a doubt, the most beautiful reefs in the world, In my "competition" photo comp days I made 6 trips there from 87 to 90. So many great photo subjects.
  2. In regards to one of the posts above stating that he was not impressed with the rooms at the Blue lagoon resort. Just remember where you are. As for the dive shop charging for "Everything". You can stay and dive at the Blue lagoon for near two weeks for what it costs for one week on the Odyssey. So you really are being charged for everything, no matter where you stay.
  3. If these are still for sale macandmyer@gmail.com when you get back to Oz
  4. While divers may have caused damage over the years, time is the major factor in the state of wrecks. Truk will still be a major drawcard for many years to come, most of the wrecks are still in excellent condition, not having to face the large ocean swells. We are due there this August to start filming the second in the series of "Shipwrecks of Truk lagoon" for the Blue Lagoon Dive shop. (DVD) Living in Australia we have access to some of the great diving destination close by. The Solomon islands, Papua New Guinea for example, but none come even close to the huge list of shipwrecks offered in Truk. Max Gleeson www.maxgleeson.com
  5. Out of the two Kavieng would be my pick. As mentioned Planet rock in Madang is a fair dive, there is also the wreck of a B25. But Kavieng has a wider variety of wreck and reefs
  6. David, having trouble reading the post two above mine???? If you start having a go at people,(earlier subject/post) after they have asked a question, or at the equipment they are using then it defeats the purpose of the site. Prehaps you should direct your opinion to the clown I am referring too. And believe me my statement was not made in jest. It's a fact. And as a retailer, your lucky that they do
  7. The one thing I have learnt is that having the latest camera has little to do with photographic talent. For some it's just an extention of their manhood. www.maxgleeson.com
  8. Lessons in etiquette as well? You really are a :"college of knowledge"
  9. I always thought someone could take a joke, apparently not
  10. I'll do my very best of wise and wonderful Guri
  11. Just as I expected, a lot of mucking about. It was so much easier and cheaper wih a $10 tape.
  12. Thanks Drew And what about the ss pro cards compared to the cheaper vision? Are they more likely to fail and how common is it for one of these cards to fail?
  13. I would very interested to hear from divers who use the Sony xd cams and how they store their footage after each dive, on say, a ten day dive trip. Coming from a Sony Z1,Fx1, it was simple and cheap, simlpy put a new tape in, number it and keep a record of what was on it. But what to do when you are stuck with the high price of ss cards? Do you download after each dive? And what are you using in the way of a storage device? Are you happy enough to trust all that hard earned footage to just the one device???? thanks
  14. I had my lens replaced a few years back after I bumped into the side of a wreck. I decided it was not worth the risk and got the agent to replace it. So yes it can be done. www.maxgleeson.com
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