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Canon G9 Wreck Diving Pics From Pompano Beach, Florida

Discussion in 'The Canon Corner' started by SFLDiver3445, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. SFLDiver3445

    SFLDiver3445 Photographer

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Pompano Beach, FL
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    Took a few pictures with my Canon G9 setup while doing some wreck diving this weekend in Pompano Beach, Florida. Since so many folks within this forum are using or considering using a G9/G10, I thought I'd share some of my pics so you can see what kind of results I got this weekend with my setup. Here's the link to a thread I posted within the Scubaboard Florida Conch Diver's Section that contains the pics.

    http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/florida-conch-divers/269012-wreck-hydro-atlantic-pics.html

    Enjoy!

    Adrian
     
  2. deepexposuregirl

    deepexposuregirl Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Baltimore, MD
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    Excellent- thanks for sharing the thread~
     
  3. Solomander

    Solomander Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: New York
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    Nice pictures. I just took my G9 and Canon housing for it's first immersion in Bonaire. I was pretty happy with the results, but suspect that I will have to get a strobe sooner or later. Are you happy with your Inon strobes? Apparently there's something going on with Inon distribution in the USA, so I may have to consider something else.

    Joel
     
  4. SFLDiver3445

    SFLDiver3445 Photographer

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Pompano Beach, FL
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    Yes, I am very happy with my Inon Strobes. They are light weight, powerful, use AA Batteries (I use rechargeable AA's) and can be connected both optically and via sync cables.

    Yep, something is going on with Inon USA, because I got an email from them the other day reminding me of a $50 credit I had from winning a photo contest earlier in the year. When I spoke to them, the person implied that product may not be available in the future. I took that to mean, that there was a possibility they may no longer be distributing.

    Adrian
     

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