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Triggerfish on the earth
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Sunset  clear water  Tigers is a perfect way to close the day out. This Tiger Shark was photographed on a patch reef at Tiger Beach Bahamas.
By Steven Anderson
posted Monday, January 22, 2018
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Fiery Nudibranch shot with shallow depth of field  blue and red lights
By Kate Jonker
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I am the second owner of this Nikonos RS - I purchased it from a meticulous amateur photographer in NY who bought it new in 1996, the last year of this remarkable camera's production. The RS was designed to be the best camera ever to take the plunge into the depths - and it was also meant to be used and serviced regularly. It was NOT made to sit on a shelf and gather dust. You'll see many RS's for sale that were maybe used once. RUN AWAY. Why? Because the seals on this camera have to be routinely changed to fresh rubber - and lubricated with the correct Nikon gasket grease. They need to be circulated - gears and actuators have to be used, a minty - inactive camera is a camera waiting to break.

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