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samdona

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    Nikon D810
  1. Thank you for all the advice. Do you have any experience or knowledge with the Tamron 15-30mm 2.8?
  2. I am a very experienced photographer and a capable diver. I own a Nikon d810 which I feel very comfortable with and the Nikon 16-35mm f/4.0 VR lens which I have been using mostly for landscapes(I am not against selling this and buying a lens that would be better for underwater photos). I am wondering what gear I should buy before venturing into the beautiful depths of the sea. I have been looking at the Sea and Sea, Ikelite and Aquatica housings and the differences all seem very minor, well except for the price. I would love to hear your opinions on which housing I should buy as well as if my current lens is wide angle enough. I would also love to hear input about which strobes/lighting systems I need to buy if any. A bit about me; I am new to underwater photography but not to diving or to photography, just the combination of the two. I am more of an "advanced hobbyist" and I am by no means a professional, although I do plan to get a fair bit of use out of my equipment. With that in mind I am wondering what you all would recommend for the best "bang-for-the-buck" setup for my d810. Thank you in advance, Sam
  3. Hello, I am a very experienced photographer and a fairly capable diver. I am looking to expand my photography into the aquatic sphere. I own a d810 and I am wondering what gear I should buy before venturing into the beautiful depths of the sea. I live in California and dive both locally and in more exotic locations but never with a camera (besides a go pro). I would love to hear some tips and tricks pertaining to aquatic gear as well as how to use it to its fullest capability. Thank you, Sam
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