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Reefmaster Mini

Discussion in 'The SeaLife Station' started by Richard Groves, Aug 4, 2008.

  1. JDenning

    JDenning Solo Diver

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    I'll echo what was said about strobes. it's like a whole new photo experience, all of a sudden you don't have a blue or green world, but color. I've seen some wonderful work shared here by our fellow SB members. I'm impressed, and hope to share some in a couple weeks.

    I really like when the strobe is used to properly light or give color to the foreground yet the background is blue, maybe a distant object showing to give 'depth'. Hey, prskate2 did you take a shot or two like that;-)
     
  2. prskate2

    prskate2 Contributor

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Puerto Rico
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    I most certainly did...I hope you like them!
     
  3. imasinker

    imasinker Contributor

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    Can you recommend a good one for a reef master mini?
     
  4. JDenning

    JDenning Solo Diver

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    Strobe? Sealife's new SL961 Digital Pro Flash.
     
  5. texbob

    texbob Contributor

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Houston, TX
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    I'll say...

    My life while taking pictures of sponges with Reefmaster Mini before Mini Wide Angle and before SL961 Digital Pro Flash

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    My life while taking pictures of sponges with Reefmaster Mini after Mini Wide Angle and after SL961 Digital Pro Flash

    [​IMG]
     
  6. imasinker

    imasinker Contributor

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    SOLD... thanks for the tips and really awesome pic's. Amazing colour and detail. No kidding looks like something out of National Geographic magazine.

    Nicely done...

    Big thanks

    Rob
     
  7. prskate2

    prskate2 Contributor

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Puerto Rico
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    Just look at the "Sealife weekend pics" post. Take a look at my pics or any other pics of people with strobes. They make a world of difference.
     
  8. puppet27

    puppet27 Registered

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Sydney Australia
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    have been struggling to get good pics with my reef mini with wide lens, and want to get a strobe to hopefully improve things (good chance its just the operator) i noticed that their was a cheaper sealife strobe for around the $150 mark or would the sl961 be a better long term investment if i advance to better camera's? also do you have to buy the flash link seperate or is it included with the flash.

    cheers
     
  9. prskate2

    prskate2 Contributor

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Puerto Rico
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    I would reccomend the Digital flash or the Digital Pro Flash. Becasue the external flash will only work with Sealife Cameras and you also have to buy the link cable separate. For the others, you can adjust flash brightness, don't have to buy the cable seperate and work on all cameras!
     
  10. puppet27

    puppet27 Registered

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Sydney Australia
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    the SL961 it is then, thanks mate.
     

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