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    TadPole
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    cage diving

    any suggestions for camera settings while doing a great white cage dive in south africa? Housed Canon. Strobes or natural light?

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    Grouper
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    Those dives are right at the surface so you shouldn't have any issues with natural light.

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    Long Tailed Thresher Shark
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    Come to NC and take photos of tons of sharks au naturel. You will need some good strobe action.


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    Most UW photographs benefit from strobes. I would say that it depends a lot of factors that you have failed to include. You can use fill flash, or use flash as your primary light source. Try both ways.
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