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I hope now I have got the image processing sorted now, so he we go again.

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Scorpion Fish
 

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A Soft Coral
 

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Part of the Million Hope
 

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Last One

Coral

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Nice pictures Darren, Someone said you used an MX-10. What lens were you using for things like the soft coral shot? Was it the macro or the close up jobbie - I want one of these lenses two myself so any recommendation would be gratefully received.

Cheers m8,

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Noel,

Yes all the pictures were taken using a MX10/YS40A.  Most of the shots were taken using the 20mm wide angle lense. I like this lense as it allows you to get close to a subject to reduce backscatter but still gives you a decent field of view.

The soft coral picture was taken using the macro lense.  This trip was my first chance to use the lense. My only advice so far would be to start using f22 with the lense.  As the f stop decreases the depth of field reduces and I found it difficult to judge the distance correctly.  The minimum focal length is less than the length of the guide arm on f4.5 and has a very narrow depth of field, f22 has the largest depth of field and I found it to be more forgiving.  Hopefully I'll get better with practice.

Darren
 
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