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  1. Almost a complete kit - just add arms and a lens Subal ND80 housing for Nikon D80 camera. Well cared-for but showing some signs of wear and tear - as expected for its age - but none affect functionality (e.g. some labels are peeling off). FP-FC B Subal Flat Port 2 Nikonos SB105 Strobes. These can be used in "manual" mode with a digital camera (i.e full, 1/4 or 1/16 power). 2 Nikonos sync cords Nikon D80 body with 2 genuine batteries. The eye piece and LCD screen protector are removed ready to use in the subal housing but all accessories will be provided, along with the box. Asking AUD $1,500 for the lot. Buyer pays postage.
  2. It has been far too long since I last visited Point Lobos State Reserve in Carmel CA. I had heard from other divers that the Cabazon males could be found guarding eggs this time of year but that this yearly event was nearly over. On Monday 2/24 condition were incredible with 50' visibility and very little surge. I lucked out and found this rather large Cabazon (Scorpaenichthys marmoratus) near the "Hole in the Wall" just outside Whalers Cove. This was shot at f10 @ 125th second, Manual mode housed DSLR, 100mm Macro Lens and two strobes 1/2 power and -4 power. Processing this image was very straight forward with minor adjustments to increase contrast, sharpen and very little backscatter removal, thanks to relatively clear water. I wish I had spent some time bracketing my depth of field to see a little more sharpness in the pectoral fins. Next time... Keith
  3. Persian Carpet Flatworm doesn't have "eyes" and "head" and its surface is not flat at all. How do you make "eye contact" with this special worm??
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