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Kimberly and I returned last week from a 17 day adventure to Wakatobi Dive Resort, Sulawesi in Indonesia.
We had a fabulous time....1st trip to the Pacific and 1st trip with our D70's.....we were very happy with both....we found the D70/Ikelite combination to be very easy to use underwater....we had no problem adjusting to the viewfinder and I now find it easier to compose shots with the viewfinder vs a LCD screen....that was a surprise
The diving was all we had hoped for in respect to fish life and reef diversity....the clarity during our trip could have been better.....75' max I'd guess.....the regulars said this wasn't normal, but it certainly didn't tarnish the trip
I've spent the last few days and countless hours preparing photos for posting on our webpage....please visit and let us know what you think...
Crazy. These are fantastic. Thanks for sharing!
How much more do I want a D70 now. How much do I want to go back to Indo now.
Is the viewfinder magnified? Are you finding yourself less aware of whats going on around you when using the viewfinder?