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message this message is importantI have just started using my D7000 in a Ikelite housing with the big port and a Tokina 11/17 lens, along with Ikelite 2/Pro 2800 video lights.
I am using the auto exposure setting and auto ISO.
My pictures are good but not great.
Per a recent post I set the lens between 4 & 7 ft. on a fixed focus.
Mi videos are better than the stills, but not much.
For stills I am using 2/Ikelite DS 51 strobes on TTL.

Does someone have a better set up for me?
I have been getting some great opportunities in Mexico with lots of turtles wrecks and bull sharks.

You can check out my stills & vids on TouTube @ quickpix123
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