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rodriguezfelix

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About rodriguezfelix

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    Eagle Ray
  • Birthday 05/09/1978

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    http://www.rodriguezf.com
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Caracas, Venezuela
  • Interests
    UWP, Surf, Travel

Additional Info

  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D300 + Nikon D50
  • Camera Housing
    Ikelite
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    2X Ikelite DS-125, 2X Ikelite DS-50
  • Accessories
    ULCS buoyancy arms, TLC arms, Nexus Diopters
  1. I believe is the same as this fellow here: If is so, is actually pretty common in the caribbean... More pale than this one too.. more like yours.. I saw them in sandy bottoms in Bonaire and Venezuelan Coast http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showt...mp;hl=venezuela Brachysomophis was the last closer bet...
  2. Sales closing before past tomorrow only, down to 850 bucks...
  3. I'm selling a whole rig, but I may be interested in sell the ports separately but only in a 3 pack combo: Dome (didn't find the original box don't remember ike code number)for zoom lens (Shade in this one was modified to eliminate vignetting with sigma 17-70mm): Extralong port for super macro 5508 (this one requires a trip to ikelite for inspection because the it wiggles a little in one of the joints) Macro flat port 5505.5 for ols version of 105, fits perfectly the newer 60mm model and the old one also Asking for 325 + shipping conus (only until 27 this month)
  4. Ok here are the pics... The 3 ports: Everything except for the clamps (sorry I forgot.. but there are normal standard 6" arms and clamps for ikes housings Dome (didn't find the original box don't remember ike code number)for zoom lens (Shade in this one was modified to eliminate vignetting with sigma 17-70mm): Extralong port for super macro 5508 (this one requires a trip to ikelite for inspection because the it wiggles a little in one of the joints) Macro flat port 5505.5 for ols version of 105, fits perfectly the newer 60mm model and the old one also The housing Ikelite D50 TTL As I said everything is pristine but I rather sell it now than put it in the attic until 20XX
  5. I will take some tonight and send it to you or post it here.
  6. I'm selling an Ikelite Nikon D50 TTL housing with arms and clamps, plus 3 ports (one I used for the old version of the 105mm and the new 60mm), a dome 6" I used for the sigma 17-70mm but can take several zoom lens, and a third port for the 105 plus teleconverters and diopters. Everything is pristine condition, no scratches or marks. I upgraded a couple of years ago and this rig is taking dust and space. Asking for 900.
  7. I have a D50 setup if you are interested. PM me
  8. As others said.. Composition is what needs improvement on your pics. They seems to be well exposed but most subjects are facing away and you need to get rid of the distracting elements.
  9. If you go Habana or Varadero there are rentals for sure.. booking a dive is best through hotel services in these places. I took my dive gear with me, but I´m pretty sure I saw rentals.. although really old equipment... The guide in Habana has the weights tied with a piece of rope, so expect anything... On the other side, dive op. in Varadero was very professional.. The best places in Cuba are the ones JA went.
  10. ha ha so true... although a nice group.. Fresh, but I believed going deeper it meet the sea.. I mean, for the haloclyne.
  11. Here are some pics of cavern dive in Dominican Republic from last month. Thanks to Jose Alejandro (elbuzo) who help me organize this dives sitting there with me and a couple of his friends over a cold one in Santo Domingo. Diving in DR is not easy to plan, but this guy knows the place very well. Kudos.
  12. Hi, I´m traveling to Dominican Republic for the third time, and this one I have a couple of days to dive. For what I´ve been reading Humpbacks are long gone by April 9 which is my date around DR. Are they really gone gone??? there is no chance at all to catch some of them?? the slow / lazy ones?? the losers that couldn´t get laid?? If Humpbacks are a no go... where can I dive at least for 3 days? I´m get out of my leash on friday 8. I´ll be in Sto. Domingo until that day, then I can travel to Samana or any other point, preferably over night in order to save time and dive from 9 thru 11 since I´ll be returning on the 12. Camera gear is limited also.. so if possible I like dives to be for WA pics. Whales, Wrecks, Caverns, Sharks, etc I like to do something differente than caribbean reef... Money is no flowing like a river, so I can eat "mangú" all day long in order to dive! Let me know!
  13. Thanks all for the good comments, as it been said get decent results at the cenotes is not piece of cake. I was actually lucky to have a dive guide just for us and that´s without saying that all the week was raining and the sun came up from time to time...
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