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Cerianthus

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Cerianthus last won the day on January 6 2018

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About Cerianthus

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  • Birthday 08/12/1972

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    Hasselt, Overijssel, Netherlands

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon 70D / 60mm macro / 100mm macro/ 18-55mm / Tokina 10-17mm FE / 10-22mm F3.5-4.5 / 50mm f1.8 STM / 70-300 IS F4-5.6
  • Camera Housing
    Ikelite 70D and modular ports
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    2x Ikelite DS-51 / 2 x Ikelite DS-125
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    ULCS ball arms

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  1. Hi my youngest daughter (6) will celebrate her birthday with a swimming/pool party. What would be best to shoot some of the fun underwater? I have a cropped sensor Canon and the 10-22mm rectangular lens as well as the Tokina 10-17mm (that I normally use) which I also could combine with a teleconverter. I don’t have that many possibilities to try it out on a club pool night (only 1 without kids) Is wider / fisheye better? Or less distortion? Or should I just lighten up and enjoy the party?
  2. using a magnifiying lens with the same thread but not designed for under water, you loose strength. The design does not expect the glass/water interface. If you mean inside the housing, off course you can use the ones like the canon 250D or 500D that screw straight on the lens. But then you have to maybe adapt your port.
  3. move cursor over person name, in the popup there is "message". click that
  4. and how many pumps you do once the LED turns green ? If you do lots, the sensor might still think it is allright.
  5. Seems okay. Thank you.

  6. this thread has all the info....has some pictures of in between steps as well
  7. Bought an uwcamerastuff mini dome (for ikelite) from String. Everything went smoothly. I dont even think the scratches were as bad as mentioned.
  8. I am the happy new owner of said mini dome. Gave it a micro mesh / nova polish treatment today and I'm a happy customer !
  9. Will probably be impossible if there is no access to the multicontroller. But in M mode, why not use the front and rear dials ?
  10. For Sale is my copy of Martin Edge's standard The Underwater Photographer - 3th Edition. Paperback. will post anywhere at cost, from the Netherlands (or can take it to the UK and post from there at Easter). just make a reasonable offer. It is in good condition, there is a reading 'ear' on one of the outside pages and I have read it more then once.
  11. I used a sigma 15mm for a while in a 5503 dome port (the 6 inch), and later got the larger 8 inch port. I never did any side by side comparison shots. the wide angle ones in this set and the years before are with the smaller dome port. I got the bigger dome port in 2010 I think, so after that I used that port mostly. Think I sold the smaller one because I never used it anymore. https://www.flickr.com/photos/cerianthus/albums/72157604579637384
  12. Although from a manufacturer from a different port, he is an honest bloke and the pictures showing the coverage are genuine. (scroll down a bit) http://uwcamerastuff.com/precision_5_dome.htm
  13. Very sad and sudden news. I also enjoyed his conversations on wetpixel. I never met Dean in person but I bought a spot from him for the very first digigreen trip to Scapa. An amusing bit of conversation was my misinterpretation of his question are you well. I wish his family all the strength they need after this loss.
  14. Welcome Adam ! Gerard hopes Adam will stop talking about himself in the third person. Cheers Gerard
  15. yes, short the circuit on where the article explains. if you switch the strobe on and off repeatedly it will quite often flash as well
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