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2 nudies taken with my olympus 3010 point and shoot digital camera, it's not kodachrome but it's not bad either. I use it when I run out of film during a dive or need a picture for ID purposes.
Barracuda.... not on my usual Kodachrome, but with my Olympus 3010 point and shoot and it's little built in flash...... not bad for a film photographer.
Shot with an Olympus 3010 with built in flash only. It's my first underwater digital camera, not bad for a film photographer, but I still like my Kodachrome better.
Olympus 3010, built in flash...... not bad for a film photographer but I prefer my kodachrome.
Clownfish and anemone, Raja Ampat, taken with Olympus 3010, not bad for a film photographer with a point and shoot camera....
Turtle close up..... shot with a Nikonos RS, 50 mm macro and 2 Ikelite SS 200's with Kodachrome 64
it was a sleeping turtle until the drift dive got there, we were 9 people...... shot with a Nikonos RS and 50 mm with 2 Ikelite SS200 strobes.
Cephalopod on Squirrelfish, taken with a Nikonos RS and 50mm Macro lens with 2 Ikelite SS200's
Flamengo Tongue shot with a Nikonos RS and 50mm Macro and 2 Ikelite SS200 strobes.
Flamingo Tongue shot with a Nikonos RS, 50mm Macro, and 2 Ikelite SS200's on Kodachrome film.
3 - Nikonos RS with 50 mm macro and 2 Ikelite SS 200's shot on Kodachrome 64.
2 angels, Mona Island Nikonos RS 50 mm macro lens and 2 Ikelite SS-200 strobes, shot on Kodachrome 64
Tube sponge, shot on Kodachrome 64 with a Nikonos RS and 13 mm lens with 2 Ikelite SS-200's
Sponge tops Nikonos RS with 50mm and 2 Ikelite SS-200's on Kodachrome 64
Flamingo Tongue, Mona Island, shot on Kodachrome with a Nikonos RS and 50mm lens and 2 Ikelite SS-200's
White Spotted Filefish, Mona Island, shot on Kodachrome 64 with a Nikonos RS, 50mm and 2 Ikelite SS-200 strobes.
Angel fish, Mona Islands, Nikonos RS, 50mm and 2 ikelite SS-200's
Nikonos RS 13 mm and 2 Ikelite SS-200's, shot on kodachrome 64
Mona Island, shot with a Nikonos RS and 50mm with 2 Ikelite SS200's on Kodachrome 64
Shot on Kodachrome 64 with a Nikonos RS, 50mm macro and 2 Ikelite SS-200's
Mona Islands..... Shot on Kodachrome 64 using a Nikonos RS and 50mm Macro, 2 Ikelite SS 200's
Parrotfish just before bed. Night dive in the coral sea, shot on Kodachrome 64 film with a Nikonos V, 28 mm and close up attachment, and one Nikon SB 105's
Angelfish, Nikonos RS, 50 mm lens, 2 Ikelite SS-200's shot with Kodachrome 64 film.
Turtle head, shot on Kodachrome 64 with a Nikonos RS, 50 mm and 2 Ikelite SS-200's
Flamingo Tongue..... Nikonos RS 50 mm Macro and 2 Ikelite SS 200's shot on Kodachrome 64
Angelfish leaving a wreck, Nikonos RS, 50 mm and 2 Ikelite SS-200's, shot on Kodachrome 64
A really small red crab..... Nikonos RS 50mm macro and 2 Ikelite SS-200's shot on Kodachrome 64.
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