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The Blue circle.
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Tomato Anemonefish  Amphiprion frenatus
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American Alligator in a pond in south FLorida.
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Trumpet solo.
By Mehmet Salih Bilal
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A Zancleopsis jellyfish  photographed on a Black water dive  here in Florida out over 500  depth  in the Gulf Stream current
By Suzan Meldonian
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A Callianira  type of comb jellyfish  smaller than a thimble  photographed on a black water dive over 500   depth in the Gulf Stream Current.
By Suzan Meldonian
posted 16:26 CST Today (1 hour ago)


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Got a Canon G7X and a Meiko underwater housing.
In spite of what they say, the build-in flash is not usable. Not even with the diffuser.
Question. Do I need a external flash or is a 120 degrees 1100 lumen light enough to light all the area.
Note. I will not use the light for longer distances, more for the macro area.

 
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message For macro you can get away with a fairly small area (some people use a snoot to make a spotlight effect on their subject), so a 120 degree video light should be fine. An external flash will give you more options though, like being able to alter the amount of light given out.
Hope that helps!
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