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Cold water anemone and wreck in Gulen
By Daniel Strub
posted 16:19 CST Today (1 hour ago)
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Candy crab on soft coral
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Nikon D800E   105 macro   two strobo sea and sea 120YS
ISO200   f 25   1/125
By Marchione Giacomo
posted 13:47 CST Today (4 hours ago)
Barracuda on a Shipwreck
By Henley Spiers
posted 12:05 CST Today (5 hours ago)
Conditions on the west side of Point Abino proved to be rough so couldn t dive in a shallow wreck  but didn t stop me from photographing this lovely Lighthouse.
By David Gilchrist
posted 09:53 CST Today (8 hours ago)
so close   Taken at Pintuyan house reef   Sony RX100
By Beate Seiler
posted 09:03 CST Today (8 hours ago)

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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.

I have taken this particular Nikon halfway around the world - the photos that it has taken have appeared in international magazines. Look at the pix - you can see the glistening of the grease on the seals, and you'll find that on every seal. This camera works flawlessly $1200 plu...
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