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Usually a camoflauged shrimp the Blade Shrimp was crossing across a piece of bark and was very visabile.
By Marc Damant
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Bispira volutacornis
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Hawksbill sea turtle  Eretmochelys imbricata   that I frequently encountered over the years in the El Quadim bay
By Olivier Notz
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Arlequi porcellain crab. Nikon D200   60 macro   two strobo
By Marchione Giacomo
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By Rene B. Andersen
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Question this message is importantHi, I have both of the above listed cameras and both have Ikelite housings with 2 Ikelite DS125 strobes. Can anyone give me some basic settings for each camera to improve the quality of my UW photography? I normally use the auto setting. The Canon G12 is TTL connected the Sony used EV Controllers for the strobes. I have a +7 Bluewater macro lens that fits both and a wide angle bubble lense for the Canon. I am trying to figure out how to program the cameras for best results U/W and don't want to be constantly changing the settings at least for now. I get decent pics but have most trouble at distance, obviously, and macro. I get pretty good pics at 2-6 feet. I have not used the Canon at all, I just purchased this camera used, the Sony I have used on about 20 dive trips and am getting better but still using Auto settings.
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