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eyu last won the day on August 17 2017

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    Wilmington, DE

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D800, Olympus E 410
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    Subal, Olympus
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Inon Z240, Sea & Sea TTL
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    ULCS & Stix

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  1. $35 is pricey for a lanyard, but considering the thousands of $$ my rig cost, I consider it a bargain to know it will say attached to me.
  2. This is the lanyard I use: https://www.cetaceacorp.com/crl3hd.html It is strong
  3. The problem with this flexible plastic lanyard is that it is not that strong, had one get caught as I passed my rig to the boatman and it snapped in two. I've gone to a woven nylon lanyard that phxazcraig uses.
  4. Just do not pack your tools in your carry on. TSA will confiscate your allen wrenches and your screw drivers. Housing, strobes, battery charges and arms are not an issue as a carry on
  5. Thanks for sharing your dive trip report and pics. I enjoyed them. I have been to Lembeh and Anilao and love the muck Elmer
  6. I have a 10 Bar snoot that I have not used Elmer
  7. To me the most important features about a housing are its ergonomics, how it feels in my hands and how the shutter actuation works. i want to feel the half shutter through the actuation lever, have access to f stop, aperture controls and function buttons without taking my eye off of the viewfinder. I have used Aquatica, Sea & Sea, Nauticam and Subal housings. i like Tim am quite pleased with my Subal housings. Beside the ergonomics of its fit in my hands i particularly like ( and require ) the half shutter feel through the shutter lever. I prefer driving a BMW M4. Elmer
  8. I have been using Tribolube 71 for all my o-rings for yrs too. It works perfectly and does not react to the different o-ring materials, no swelling. I got tired of carrying a different grease for Subal black o-rings, Inon yellow o-rings, Sea&Sea blue o-rings, Olympus red o-rings. Another option is to change all your o-rings to butyl (black), use no grease and just use saliva as a lubricant as one of my dive buddies does. Elmer
  9. I have a D200 in excellent condition Elmer
  10. I tried both, but went to macro mode with a flat port. Elmer
  11. Reef Photo configured a zoom gear for my AF 24-85mm f 2.8-4. But I found the lens to lack some sharpness on the D800E Elmer
  12. I have been using ULCS clamps since 2002 and they have held up very well, no corrosion and function well. I've also gotten some longer clamps by Nauticam (to hold focus lights), 4th generation (Stix floats) and they are working well too. Elmer
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