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Hey,

 

Trevor from Australia. Long time lurker, finally decided to join up. Been diving for 2 years. Been playing with a compact uw for a while, now looking to step up the game into a Canon mirrorless.

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Hello, I'm just beginning to get into more serious underwater photography while scuba diving and freediving.

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Hi there,

 

Sandro here from Zurich.

 

I'm looking forward to up my game in u/w photography and this forum looks like a good place to start.

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Hello!

I am new also!

 

Just getting into underwater photography...

 

Learning the rules on this site...

I assume after I post a few times, I will be able to start topics?

Currently I can't start any new topics...

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Hi, I am Sergio. I am a very passionate underwater photographer and I find very interesting some of the topics of this forum.

 

 

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Morning. Or at least it is here....

Im new here, as you might have guessed

 

Im just starting out underwater having been a land based amateur for ages. I have stuck with my tg5 for my starter uw kit being a big oly fan. Although i am not too confident yet to take the em1ii down yet.

 

Im off to learn from Adam in acouple of weeks so hopefully we will have some nice shots to post.

 

Trevor

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Hi, Starting again with underwater photography, hoping to explore the new MFT format.

Darek

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Hi

 

I'm Jari from Finland. Been photographing above the surface for over 25 years and underwater for a few now. Decided to join in to get more peer contacts. Looking forward to diving into the contents!

 

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Hi

 

Logan from New Zealand, use to have a nuaticam housing taken some great shots down here in New Zealand and around the islands have followed here for some time and decided to join up

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Hi, Im Dawn from Seattle, WA, USA. Getting ready to spend a month in Indonesia in February with a week liveaboard in Raja Ampat! Madly researching an upgrade from my trusty Canon S120 (RIP.)

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Hi Everyone,

 

I am a relatively new diver currently living in Terrace, BC, Canada. I've been into photography for years and my current above water kit consists of a Canon 6D, 24-105mm f/4, 70-200mm f/2.8 IS Mk II, 50mm f/1.4 and 100mm f/2.8 Macro.

 

The current underwater rig is a Canon S95 in a canon housing. I am in the process of upgrading that to a Sony RX100VA in a Fantasea housing with an Inon S-2000 strobe and a Big Blue Black Molly 3 video light mounted to an Ultralight TR-D tray.

 

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Hey, I'm Greg. I grew up on the water in the Gulf Coast of Florida, and during college had the opportunity to travel the world taking landscape photos. I'm looking forward to diving in to underwater photography and bringing some of my new found photo skills back home to the gulf.

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Yup.

 

Just lost another one.

 

I really want the 7, but what I want even more is a freaking camcorder that can actually zoom!

 

I'm tired of swimming after fish like its the flipping' 2018 olympics and I'm after Michael Phelps.

 

I just want some zoom and some focus and not have to turn on 10,000 lumens of freaking light, blowing out the eyes of poor little fish everywhere.

 

So I'm on here posting my dumb 3 posts so I can get on the classifieds and find some gear with whats left of my money after flying around the world on my mad quest to drop a

flipping gopro in every ocean in the entire world.

 

Please have mercy on me. I want to take awesome videos and show my friends how cool the ocean is.

 

Thank you

 

</rant>

 

 

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Its been a while! I remember this site from several years ago. Still diving. Still taking pics. Still using obsolete camera.. :-/

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Hey guys,

 

I am Flo, 28 years old, from Germany.

 

I am looking for my first camera and want to buy something which will work for my needs in the next several years. While researching I stumbled upon wetpixel.com and wanted to start being part of this forum aswell.

 

Thanks for all the shared information here!

 

Regards

Flo

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Hi!

Originally from the UK, spent the last 10 years diving/travelling around Asia, now living in the Caribbean.

Recently started delving into the world of underwater photography and rather enjoying it.. looking to upgrade my very basic dslr package 😊

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Hi, I currently live in beautiful Kelowna in the interior of BC Canada.

But NOT into cold water diving... did enough of that in Scotland to last a lifetime... actually, make that a couple of lifetimes!

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I've been diving for 40 years and started photography about 15 years ago with a Canon point and shoot. Unfortunately, the housing was so big and bulky that it required extra luggage to bring it along on overseas trips. I lost interest and bought a Go Pro to do video but missed the macro photography. Going back to my old system a few months back but the lens mechanism jammed and decided since it was such an outdated system I would start over with a new camera. I choose the Sony a6000 and am now looking for recommendations on housing, lens, and other equipment. I developed my own film years ago and love the instantness of digital. Doing two major trips next year to Antartica and Galapagos, so want to het the equipment now to start working with it.

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