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jugglematt
01-05-2009, 02:36
Hi Guys
i havent posted any shots for a while , ive been playing with wide angle lateley .
these shots were taken at wreck bay and Jervis bay south coast of australia.

using coolpix p5100 in ikelite housing with inon strobes and inon wide lense

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1122/3170148254_2aea8d6b9a.jpg






http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3084/3166243344_53442f6de7.jpg



http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3203/3140056209_9af67723f9.jpg



comments welcome

Matty

DevilDiver
01-05-2009, 06:47
Looking good, I really like the Sea Fan!!

Are you still using the DIY tray with your kit?

jugglematt
01-06-2009, 17:03
yeah , im still using the home made tray and arm . ive just attached the fisheye fix led 48 dx . it seems to put out plenty of light had lots of adjustment on the light output , i hope to get the unit in for a dive this weekend .

thanks for the comment
matt

DevilDiver
01-06-2009, 17:11
yeah , im still using the home made tray and arm . ive just attached the fisheye fix led 48 dx . it seems to put out plenty of light had lots of adjustment on the light output , i hope to get the unit in for a dive this weekend .

thanks for the comment
matt

You know.... you are getting great pics out of that Nikon. Does your Ike Housing have TTL or are you working manual?

Let us know how the Fisheye light works out for you...

jugglematt
01-07-2009, 01:04
all my shots are taken using manual. what i have done is set my cameras lcd brightnessto match the brightness of my computers monitor , so most of the time i know if it looks good on my coolpix , it will look good on my computer.

ttl is available if u use ike strobes or if u use inon strobes fired by fibre optic cable , i fire mt primary strobe via syn cable so no ttl for me

ps the sea fan is actually a temprate water sponge , we have some very funky ones here
matt