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Oct 15, 2015 11:27 |  #1

I usually carry my Housing atop my Stand Up Paddle Board. Some times I jump in and snag photos of those paddling with me, other times I simply lie down on the board and do split shots. Anyone else using their housings while on their kayaks or SUP's?? If so, share some of your tricks or tips

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Poe Springs in Central Florida off the Santa Fe River

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Split Shot in Blue Springs off of the Santa Fe River

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This one was in the exact same spot as the one above, just looking in the opposite direction

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My wife floating in her Kayak in Blue Springs

All shots were shot with a Canon 5DMKII, a Canon 16-35 lens in a Aquatech Housing and 8" Dome. No flash was fired or used. I keep a small piece of dock line that is carabinered to the board, and a small piece of rope tied to the handle of the housing itself. This was in case I fall off the board or drop the camera, it's tethered to the board

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Oct 15, 2015 11:42 |  #2

These were shot on the Rainbow River in Central Florida

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Oct 21, 2015 13:46 |  #3

Very cool shots!


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Oct 23, 2015 19:33 |  #4

Surf housings are a LOT more manageable than the heavier and bulkier dive housings, but I use my Aquatica dive housing with 2 strobes off my kayak frequently. I paddle put, anchor and then freedive. Not practical at all from the yak. You can also get a pole for the surf housings with a trigger on the other end that is handy for some uses.


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