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Underwater photography for me in the last 18 years, hasn't shown me alot of change. When I started it was Kodachrome 64, then there was Velvia.
Nothing I've used can beat Velvia. One must remember that when you are taking pictures underwater, all shots will pretty much be - if you can touch it distance, then the subject is in range. The background brightness can be adjusted with stops and of course you must - bracket , bracket, bracket.
p.s. Digital is where it's at, the future is digital. I've looked at digital SLR's but the price currently is prohibitive and one must curre3ntly also choose a camera that can be housed.:boom: