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Steve Parry

Hi, I'm Going Digital

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I would just like to introduce myself and say hello to you all. I have only played

at U/W photography to-date, but would like to learn more about the subject and

improve my own skills at U/W photography. Having read some of the editorials and write-ups on this site, I suspect I have found the right forum !

 

I have been using a Sea & Sea MM2EX, TTL Strobe, WA and 3T macro for about 3 years.

 

I've decided i'm going digital this year. After much researching, I have decided

to go for the Sea & Sea 8000G with stobe and WA. I have never tried a digital

camera underwater and only have rudimentery experience of using a basic

digital land camera.

 

I would be interested to hear from anyone else who reccently went on the

learning curve from film to digital and what valuable lessons were learned

on the early dives.

 

I would also like to hear from anyone who uses a 8000G and what thier

experiences are to-date with this camera. I appreciate the 8000G is relatively

new which is possibly why I can't find much impartial editorial on this product.

 

I'm based in the UK and will probably test my new camera at an in-land site

to get the feel for it before going out to the Maldives at Easter. Then it's back

to the Farne Islands to hopefully get some good pics of the seals.

 

Steve Parry

 

BS-AC FCD

BS-AC Eastern Region Coaching Team/ Area Coach- Bedfordshire

BS-AC Travel Club East and South Asia Correspondant

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I have been using a Sea & Sea MM2EX, TTL Strobe, WA and 3T macro for about 3 years.

 

 

Steve Parry

 

BS-AC FCD

BS-AC Eastern Region Coaching Team/ Area Coach- Bedfordshire

BS-AC Travel Club East and South Asia Correspondant

 

Welcome to WetPixel Steve. Lots 'o friendly natives within. With your experience, you should be teaching us!

 

Regards,

S.

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Welcome steve

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Welcome Steve,

My advice is to go to the P&S cameras forum here and read there some threads about what is important in cameras/housing for some people, from there you'll probably have to decide what is important for you and according to that to decide what is the combination you for.

For instance if you want RAW option the 8000G is not for you.

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