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  1. Thanks for all the tips! I decided to buy a small strobe, the Sea and Sea YS-03 strobe. I'm also going to take the PADI underwater photo class online.
  2. Thanks! I have a strobe but I'm waning to try LED lights to see if it's easier. I'm really new to this but have been diving for 30 years. I'm signing up for the PADI underwater photo course this week. I shot this 2 weeks ago in the Galapagos http://www.palousephoto.net/Galapagos/i-szkgTc4
  3. I've only used my two underwater cameras in pretty shallow water. I have a TG4 in a housing and a Nikon P7100 in an Ikelite housing. I have a 1500 lumen video lite and a backup 650 lumen light on the other arm. Do I still need a red filter? If I'm "bringing my own light" then do I worry about loosing the red even though I'm using video lights? Thanks for any help!
  4. m 4/3 is the way to go but if you really want to go small then an Olympus TG-4 in an Ikelite or Olympus housing, that set up can be really small
  5. I've used the TG cameras for years. On my TG-4 I use the Ikelite housing. I just got back from the Galapagos and shot this spotted eagle ray
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