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just when i thought I was beginning to learn how to take a "decent" image - now comes Underwater Photography!
For this I gotta swim underwater, be still and take a picture!!!!

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Anyway, I went Snorkeling for the very 1st time ever and I was amazed!!!!
i bought an underwater camera - Olympus 770SW.
Today we went looking for Green Sea Turtles...............


Location - The Island of Kauai

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Spotted about 50 yards out and 20 feet down..... Green Sea Turtle

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guess he got spooked and off he goes.......


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trying to hide...............

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and some fishy friends i saw this day also...............

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Post #1, Apr 11, 2007 23:29:40


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Great underwater shots. How did you like the camera? My wife & I are going to HI in the fall and I'm contemplating an underwater housing for her SD700IS or perhaps spending a bit more for the Olympus.

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sugarzebra wrote in post #3026831external link
Great underwater shots. How did you like the camera? My wife & I are going to HI in the fall and I'm contemplating an underwater housing for her SD700IS or perhaps spending a bit more for the Olympus.


im a canon 20D shooter myself. i bought the olympus 770SW for my wife and I ended uop using it also. Its great - its not a dslr but its crushproof, waterproof, weatherproof - cant go wrong!


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awesone images. hmm. this is bad, I'm getting an urge to buy a camera and housing, this is bad.

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windoze wrote in post #3026864external link
im a canon 20D shooter myself. i bought the olympus 770SW for my wife and I ended uop using it also. Its great - its not a dslr but its crushproof, waterproof, weatherproof - cant go wrong!


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Thanks Troy

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I have a housing for my A80 and it works great. Tell me, did you use your flash with these shots? I was in Mexico a few weeks back and had trouble with the flash bouncing back off the plankton. Very nice shots by the way.

Post #6, Apr 13, 2007 12:06:08 as a reply to sugarzebra's post 4 hours earlier.


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Congrats on the new gear and what a successful outcome. Very nice captures of the green sea turtle and fishes.

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I thought i would show you my attempts of a green turtle shot in hawaii, with a point and shot.

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Here's a painted turtle too, shot with my Rebel XT and Canon 28-135 lens......

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