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Harengus

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About Harengus

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon 350d
  • Camera Housing
    Patima
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    2x YS 60
  1. Hi there. I am looking for an affordable Canon 5d ii Setup to start into full frame photography. Housing & dome port (I will take also camera & lens if you want to sell). Needed for an environmental project but I have only a very tight budget (sorry in advance). Therefore no sealux please. ;-) Please pm me Thanks Philipp
  2. Hi there, I am selling an Acquapazza apso-5n housing with the 1855 port for a Sony NEX 5N. Housing and Port are in mint condition (never used). You can find the housing specifications here: http://www.acquapazza.jp/en/product/apso-nex5n/index.html Price: $ 700 plus shipping (or for the best reasonable offer; this nice housing should be in the water and not on my shelf) (or I trade it for a Canon-DSLR Patima housing :-) http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=56004 I am located in Hamburg, Germany Best regards Phil
  3. Thank you for the notice but I hope to find a newer model. Unfortunately, the 500d does not fit in the 450d patima housing (?)(in contrast to the ikelite housing ).
  4. Hi there, I am looking for someone who wants to sell his/her Patima housing. I have several ports, so I am mainly interested in the body. If you have a Patima housing for a Canon 500d/ Rebel T1i or for a newer Canon model and you want to sell it, please let me know what you have and how much you would like for it. Thanks & best regards Phil
  5. Ok, a really good discussion, it was really interesting to read it. Some kind of harassment that was not so much discussed here is the harassment of larger animals (Mantas, Dugongs, Dolphins etc.) on their feeding, nursery, cleaning sites. Often dive shops offer trips to special areas where you have a good chance to see these large animals. However, many of these areas donĀ“t have a good management in place and too many divers scare the animals away. There are many examples where special spots are prerequisite for a local population and they can be in big trouble when too many divers (and UW-photographers) want to see them. I was really shocked when I saw the Dugong diving industry in Egypt. There are only a handful of individuals left and they are heavily stalked on most of there foraging places. And the UW photographers even increase the pressure because they advertise these places. I saw so many diving journals with dugong images from Egypt. You rarely see other divers in these images, but the real situation looks much different : www.wwf.de/blog/oekotourismus-oder-oekoterrorismus/
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