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  1. I got some nice macro footage of Nembrotha chamberlaini nudibranchs mating at Red Rock and Twin Rocks in Anilao last year. Nudibranchs have barbed penises to hold them together and the last clips shows the effort and twisting movement required to pull that pair apart. Shot with my Panasonic GH4 in Nauticam NA-GH4 housing. I think I was using my Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens, with a Subsee diopter for some shots. The 2 most magnified shots are cropped in from 2160 to 1080p.
  2. Hello all, I would like to share another short film I made from my Anilao trip. This time focusing just on the beautiful and colorful nudibranchs. Let me know what you think. Please feel free to share any critiques or other comments as well. I hope you enjoy it! Dustin Or for Youtubers
  3. Hi Folks, while on annual leave I've been enjoying some nice diving lately at my local site, Blairgowrie Marina. Despite a new dive school that has been really punishing the site for the last 18 months+ I have been finding some interesting critters. Its the height of Summer here now and the marine life is at its peak. Recently added the Nikon 105mm and SubSee magnifiers to my kit so I've been focusing on using those to hunt for slugs. One of my fave local slugs is an as yet undescribed Tritonia sp. and I came across one the other day laying eggs. Slug Spiral. by JimSwims, on Flickr A new find for me was this Spurilla australis, a beautiful species I've been on the lookout for. Spurilla australis. by JimSwims, on Flickr At the moment there are good numbers of this bubble shelled slug about. Green Oxynoe on kelp. by JimSwims, on Flickr 1st and 3rd images were taken using the 105mm with SubSee+10. 2nd with 105mm only. Cheers, Jim.
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