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Robin-D

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About Robin-D

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    Lionfish
  • Birthday 05/12/1976

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    Male
  • Location
    Arnhem Netherlands

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    Netherlands
  • Camera Model & Brand
    nikon D800
  • Camera Housing
    subal ND800
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    dual Inon Z240
  1. I put both the plastic cap from my flat port, or the neoprene cap from my dome port, in my pockets from either my dry suit, or if I dive in a wet suit, I use shorts with pockets (scubapro cargo shorts). On one side I store the cap, on the other side I store my smb if im at sea. Works great for me. Never store the diffusors though. Always put them back on my port before I exit the water / hand over my housing.
  2. I used the white eneloops for a long time, last year I replaced them as several of my white eneloops started to give error's. I do max 2 dive trips a year and some local diving, but I would think they were charged less then 250 times in their lifespan. I now use the black eneloops, seems the recharge time is shorter (compared to the white eneloops at the end of their life) and they last longer. They do seem a bit heavier to me though (when grabbing a pack of 4 I noticed, or maybe I should hit the gym more often )
  3. Looks like the Seafrog housing is equipped with optical connections for strobes, on top of the housing I see 2 connectors on the website of the manufacturer. You probably going to trigger the strobe's with your in camera flash, when you take a picture, the flash will go off, triggering the strobe(s) that is connected with the optical cable. Most housings use optical nowadays and some of the modern strobes don't offer sync cord connection any more. An article about the pro's and con's of both type of strobes: https://www.backscatter.com/reviews/post/The-Fiber-Optic-Cable-or-Sync-Cord-Debate-Pros-and-Cons this is what the connecting piece of the optical strobe cord probably will look like: https://www.backscatter.com/Ikelite-Fiber-Optic-Coiled-Cord
  4. very nice! Will be there in about a week from now, looking forward to see it again.
  5. I used a canon 500D closeup lens in the past. It gave the ability to focus closer, but it comes at a catch. It also makes your camera not focus on object that are a little furhter away / that are bigger. Nowadays I stick to wet diopeters, those have more flexibility. With a flip adapter it is easy to put on underwater, when needed and not loose the option to focus on larger subjects.
  6. Ah tnx! I missed the details the first time I saw the pictures. I see, this lens gives a lot of flexibility, very nice, specially if you are not sure what to expect.
  7. very nice, went through the whole slideshow! brings back good memories, thanks for sharing! Btw: looking through your setup: what lenses did you use underwater for the wide shots? greets Robin
  8. I had this issue with my D800 as well. Swapped to Nikon 8-15 and its gone, plus that lens is alot sharper.
  9. very nice! thanks for sharing! Really like the movie
  10. oke tnx for the feedback Tim, main question remains: were the leopards in the Trees?
  11. although I dont use YS ends myself any more, I got several old Sea and Sea arms here with YS end, the part with the hole is around 11 - 12 mm thick. Used to connect these to inon's Z240 Z joint, like this one: https://www.onderwaterhuis.nl/inon-z-joint
  12. indeed very nice shots! I can imagine pushing a big camera and housing above the water wouldn't be so nice as well!
  13. https://www.retra-uwt.com/collections/shop-for-lsd/products/mounting-module?variant=14941328834602
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