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About rereynoso

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  1. Hi, Still have the 7D housing? What's included, and how much are you asking? Cheers! Reuben
  2. I'm interested, but can you tell me how long you've had them for, how many times they've been used? Thanks! Reuben
  3. Hello, What are you asking for the strobes? Thanks, Reuben
  4. Hi all, It's the new year and I've decided to self-publish my own underwater photo books, first one based in Southern California because... well because it's where I learned to dive and where I love to dive! I want to go the whole legit route with this i.e. isbn numbers, barcodes, sell them in stores...etc...etc... so I'm looking to do more than go onto Apple's book site or anything similar. With this in mind I started a project on kickstarter where people can pledge support in exchange for products from me. It doesn't matter how much you pledge, even a buck would be great, i just need to meet my goal or else I don't get any money and people don't get their rewards. Hope you all can help me out, i would really appreciate it. Here's the link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/140176...ia-book-project If I am out of line by posting this here then I truly and honestly apologize and have no issues with this posting being removed. I just hope you guys can help out a fellow diver and photographer. Thanks guys! Reuben
  5. Wow, great stuff Brumpy! Are you using a tripod for some of those shots, or just doing a full lockdown? Some really beautiful shots!
  6. Wagsy, thanks, much appreciated. Yeah, I noticed the wobbles as well, do you think I should apply a bit of the smoothcam to it? Funny, because It seems that we all seem to capture the wobbles, but friends and family that aren't shooters, like my wife, and buddies, don't even notice them! I tell them that I can see every minute mistake in my shots and it drives me crazy sometimes, but at least I noticce and am making an effort to improve. Any suggestion s editing wise, Wagsy?
  7. Glad you liked it Glenns, compliments much appreciated!
  8. Edm, I would totally appreciate suggestions, thanks!
  9. Just finished editing my new shooter real and wanted to know what you all thought about it, and if you guys could give me a bit of constructive criticism on it. Thanks guys!
  10. So I'm hoping you guys can all help me out in this dilemma. I have a Light and Motion Bluefin HD housing and a Sony FX1 that I love, but here's the rub. 2009, due to familial issues, I'm not going to be traveling too much, and so I've put the rig up for sale. The idea being, that I can sell it, use the money for day to day life, and then in 2010 buy a new rig. Now, it seems I'm not going to be able to sell the rig at even 50% off, and I don't know if it would be smart to sell it at less than that, so what do you guys think? Should I keep it and continue shooting with it when I'm back to traveling in 2010, or will HDV be obsolete by then? I do shoot stock and have sold a bit to the Travel Channel and what not, I just don't want to keep it and then be stuck with something that will do me no good in a years time. I'm thinking of selling it and getting a small 1 chip HDV camera for now, and perhaps either buying a big rig in 2010, or just rent the bigger rigs when I get work, again in 2010. Figure I can shoot my reel and stock footage on the 1 chip camera. What do you all think? Any advice you all can give will be greatly appreciated.
  11. I've dropped the price on this to $5000 even without the extras, so for $5000 you will get: • Sony FX1 3 chip HDV Camera w/all the original extras • original flat port with the macro adapter • 80degree wide angle port with the macro adapter • Two Sony 770 batteries with it, plus an external charger for them, alongside the original battery it came with, so you'll NEVER run out of juice! • Spare o-ring kit, handle rebuild kit and spanner wrench to remove said handles. Let me know if anyone is interested!
  12. Well guys, due to the current economy I'm forced to see my current rig. It's a Sony FX1 3chip HD Video Camera with the Light and Motion Bluefin HD Housing. Also included are the following: • original flat port with the macro adapter • 80degree wide angle port with the macro adapter • Two Sony 770 batteries with it, plus an external charger for them, alongside the original battery it came with, so you'll NEVER run out of juice! • Stormcase for the housing • Kata HB207 Video Backpack for the camera and gear • Kata CRC 15 Compact Rain cover for the camera, so you can shoot in almost any weather condition. • Spare o-ring kit, handle rebuild kit and spanner wrench to remove said handles. • RODE NTG-1 shotgun mic • Beachtek XLR adapter. The glass is clean, the camera has no issues, the housing is solid, though it has a few scratches here and there, nothing major, but it doesn't look brand new! All this would retail for over $12,500, but I'm willing to sell it for $8000! I'm located in Los Angeles, shoot me an email if you're interested reuben@socalscubadivers.com Thanks guys!
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