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Hi everyone, I'm having problems to ID the Jellyfish in this picture. I have already gone through the galleries of the major taxonomic sites and tried my luck through google search. Any jellyfish specialists out there? Or any good Jelly specific ID site? Any suggestion welcome. Thank you.
Up for sale are 2 BRAND NEW (never used!) iTorch Symbiosis SS2's that I just purchased last weekend in DEMA in Orlando. I got home from the show only to find out that my insurance company is denying my Hurricane Irma claim, so now I really cannot afford them.... :-( Retail goes for $699 PLUS TAX. I got a HUGE DEAL at DEMA which I will pass on to you so I can recoup my money - both for $1000 USD and buyer pays shipping. I only take PayPal. Will send photos on request and only serious inquiries, please...
Hi all, My Symbiosis flash or my camera is giving me a hard time - I hope you can help me figure out, what is wrong. My setup is a Sony A6300 and Symbiosis SS-2 flash. I run everything manual, and using fiber flash cable between the housing and the Symbiosis. Everyting is running great, as long as I don't turn the Symbiosis power over 11 (the range is from 1 to 15). When the Symbiosis is set to 12 or above, the flash fires - but the camera "does not see the light" from the flash (the picture is dark). I have tried a lot of different settings in my camera, but no luck so far. Does anyone have any ideas as to what is causing this? I have tested this with a Sony RX camera also with the same result. On my old Canon G15, it works fine. It seem as if Sony and Symbiosis is not a great match - or hopefully it's just a little tweak in my settings, that will fix everyting. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Best regards, Thomas
Hi all, I wanted to share this with you as I wanted some feed back on whether anyone has seen or has footage of this type and subject. It was filmed in the last month or so in Jellyfish Lake and attempts to show the actual physical migration of the millions of Jellyfish during the day. If anyone has seen anything like this anywhere else I'd love to know as the motivation behind it was partially that I didn't think that anyone had done it before. That and it's a beautiful place looked at in a different way and good from an educational viewpoint. https://vimeo.com/49876623 Would really like some feedback on this as Jellyfish Lake is one of the most amazing places I've ever been and deserves more attention. Cheers Richard