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ScubaGreg

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  1. Hi everyone. My name is Greg. I am fairly new to underwater photography using a dSLR but I love how the photos look when I luckily get a good shot. I have done a bit of research on my stock lens (AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-55mm) and it sounds like it isn't the greatest for UW photography. This is my current setup below: Nikon D3200 AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-55mm Ikelite housing Ikelite 6 inch dome port 2 - Ikelite DS51 strobes I am wondering what would be a good but not terribly expensive lens upgrade. I know the D3200 is limited in what lenses it can use. Most of my photos are close up but there are times I do take photos 2 - 6 ft away. I would like something that is AF and would fit with the 6 inch dome port. If this is not possible, what direction do you think I should go? Any help you can give would be great. Thanks in advance.
  2. Hello Everyone! My name is Greg, I live in Florida and have been diving for about 26 years. I started underwater photography a few years ago with some small point and shoot cameras. This is my set up now. Nikon 3200 stock lens Ikelite housing 6 inch dome port 2 - Ikelite DS51 strobes I am still learning to take photos above and below the water. Hope this site can help me become a better photographer.
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