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BLACKCRUSADER

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Here is a video of the same octopus go full screen and you can see the cleaner shrimp. These photos and videos from my first dive trip with the TG6

 

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Bluetooth works great for iPhone/iPad. Olympus app gets photos straight into camera roll.
For computer, it maybe easier to use a cord.
 
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I can clearly see the cleaner shrimp without going full screen, those are cool too.
 
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Bluetooth works great for iPhone/iPad. Olympus app gets photos straight into camera roll.
For computer, it maybe easier to use a cord.


I was hoping to download while soaking, 😆
 
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Ok, now I'm jealous of your dive spots @BLACKCRUSADER

What are you using for video lights?
 

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Ok, now I'm jealous of your dive spots @BLACKCRUSADER

What are you using for video lights?
Two Big Blue VL4200P video lights. They are power adjustable when I was new to them I was using too much power so learned to used less. For close up you don't need a lot. I dive a lot in the Philippines. After my 3 or 4 dives a day diving is done I bring my camera and lights back to my lodging charge up the batteries and take the SD card out and put it into a USB device into my laptop. I don't upload to my phone.

For clown fish that dart in and out focus in on the sea anemone then when the fish come into focus snap the shot.

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I brought it out for the first time on Friday night.

Yup lights are definitely needed.
 
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