Once I got it to work, I didn’t care much about using it alone. It was the snooting that got me excited, specially the narrower beam circle. It didn’t disappoint: the focus light is pleasingly powerful.
Are these torches capable of helping to shoot a professional quality underwater video (or photos)? On which ways (if any) could I integrate them on my workflow? These are the answers that I was seeking for the last weeks and which I’m answering next.
My girlfriend wanted to buy a camera to start doing underwater photography. She knows almost nothing about photography, and asked me for recommendations. On looking at some friends’ rigs and results, I told her to buy Olympus TG-5 and a housing. It’s one of the cheapest options available so she won’t waste too much money if later decides to quit.
So excited to get a new pair of Saga snoots, to couple with my Subtronic Strobes.
So you have a DSLr camera and an “all rounder” [...]
I started using SMC-1 roughly two years ago, on a cropped sensor DSLr camera (Nikon D7100 and 7200, afterwards). Once upgrading to full frame (Nikon D810), I missed that extra range, which allowed me to frame these 2 / 3 mm critters, without need for cropping. However, after making a quick test on land, and a few dives with it, I realise it wasn’t exactly what I expected.
Last week I received SeaLife DC 2000 from Sea [...]