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Saga Snoot Quick Review

Snooting is mostly removing distracting / unwanted elements, highlighting the theme and subject of an image, so it’s easier to read. As a bonus, in many circumstances, it renders crisper lively colours, as the light isn’t reflected from the background into the subject, but goes straight into it. Underwater, snoots are also a great took for reducing backscatter allowing to shoot in circumstances where normal strobe light would render the images unusable. 

By |2018-06-17T20:31:56+08:00June 17th, 2018|Others|1 Comment

Nauticam SMC-2 – First impressions

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. 

By |2017-09-21T05:16:07+08:00September 21st, 2017|Underwater|0 Comments
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