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Backscatter at the Cayman Brac Surge--Info on Classes, Photography Help, and Demo Gear

Discussion in 'ScubaBoard Surge 2017 Cayman Brac' started by Backscatter::Jim, Dec 20, 2016.

  1. ScubaDerby

    ScubaDerby Photographer

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Louisville, Kentucky, United States
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    Her RX100II rig utilizes a Nauticam tray with two handles. We also have a hot shoe mount ball on the housing giving 3 mounting points. One for strobe, one for GoPro, and one for video light.
     
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  2. ROXANNE

    ROXANNE Artist

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Tampa Bay area, Florida, USA
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    An enormous thank you to our special Guest Sponsor Jim Decker from Backscatter.com! He not only brought Demo gear for the Crew to try, but shared his vast knowledge of underwater photography in afternoon workshops and critiques. I was the very 1st diver ever to use the GoPro Hero 5 with Backscatter Flip 5 filters, Macromate Mini +15, and Light & Motion Sola 2500 light set up. And I also tried out the Olympus TG-4 with single Olympus UFL-03 strobe. It was fun trying different cameras and setups out of my normal routine. We learned so much and really enjoyed Jim joining us!
     
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