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    Photo's from the red sea

    1st week of december we had a great liveaboard on the the red sea.
    My best shots of that week diving can be found here:

    Egypte 2012


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    Stunning Pic's.

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    Great job! I'm sure you are happy with those shots. Very interesting.


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    Re: Photo's from the red sea

    great pics..

    What kind of camera do you use?

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    Re: Photo's from the red sea

    Thanks !

    This was my first trip with a Nikon D800 in a Hugyfot housing.
    I use 2 Ikelite strobes (Ds125 and DS160)

    Before that I used Sony A350 in Ikelite, Sony A100 in Ikelite and Sony F707 in Ikelite and a Olympus C4040 in Olympus housing.

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    great shots. Why is there never any current unless Im there???!!

    If you floated 4 stages like that around here they would be 2 miles away in a flash!

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    Re: Photo's from the red sea

    Hahaha,
    well if it is any comfort to you, we were lucky. The numidia wreck was in the leeward side of the current.
    We tried to scooter around big brother island during our deco after we got rid of the stages, but my scooter was too weak to make any headway into the current

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    Re: Photo's from the red sea

    Very very nice! Pictures are fabulous!

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    Re: Photo's from the red sea

    Quote Originally Posted by voets  View Original Post
    Hahaha,
    well if it is any comfort to you, we were lucky. The numidia wreck was in the leeward side of the current.
    We tried to scooter around big brother island during our deco after we got rid of the stages, but my scooter was too weak to make any headway into the current
    +1
    In general there is ALWAYS some current and sometime A LOT. Nevertheless the brothers are a must do in the red sea. In second I would put elphinstone and panorama reef.
    I wish I could go again soon... Thanks for sharing

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