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  • Underwater with the 6D

    Using a Dicapac underwater casing with the 6D, which scares me so much knowing only these plastics is keeping away water from coming in. It wasn't easy, especially the camera tries to float back up. Here's a recent trip from Redang Island. Equipment used:
    Canon 6D, Dicapac WP-S10, 17-40mm f/4L.

    1. Great looking coral there.
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    2. They tied a rope for a floating jetty upfront of the coral.
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    Thank you.

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    Re: Underwater with the 6D

    wow.. not bad! i should get underwater casing too.
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    • #3
      Re: Underwater with the 6D

      Sorry to disappoint you that those are abused corals. So much of destruction of something so beautiful. If you want to see how beautiful corals are, you need to go to remote dive sites. Even Sipadan, Mabul and it's surrounding areas are feeling the strain of the influx of tourist from China

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      • #4
        Re: Underwater with the 6D

        Originally posted by adavirus View Post
        wow.. not bad! i should get underwater casing too.
        Ofcourse you should, it's around RM250-ish i think. Can't remember BUT it's a bit of a hassle cause of the lense casing will get in the way cause it's a bit long so when you use wide angle lenses it'll be vignetting by the side so you have to make sure you pull the lense part of the underwater casing.

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        • #5
          Re: Underwater with the 6D

          Originally posted by teokf View Post
          Sorry to disappoint you that those are abused corals. So much of destruction of something so beautiful. If you want to see how beautiful corals are, you need to go to remote dive sites. Even Sipadan, Mabul and it's surrounding areas are feeling the strain of the influx of tourist from China
          No i'm not dissapointed. The guy who took us told me earlier, but i just try to make the best of it. He brought us to another place with no dead corals but it was too deep for me to swim without any tank. So i just swim in and look from far as it was my first time swimming in the sea with no jacket which was pretty scary. This pictures were taken from a snorkelling place which is only 2m deep probably. Thank you though.

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          • #6
            Re: Underwater with the 6D

            nice
            always wanted to bring my 6D underwater instead of boring gopro

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