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If the O ring between the chrome lens mount ring and the outer body has not been regularly maintained there could be a build up of corosion which eventually bridges the O ring. body”. Evidence of this can only be seen by taking the main O ring out of its groove and checking it just behind the frame counter window. If a Nikonos 111 has this problem there will be a vertical hairline crack across the O ring groove. If such a camera were to be used underwater, this crack would Fire the shutter and watch how smoothly the wind on lever moves out.
Bread and jam, and lunch invariably included pasta in all its shapes and forms. Cake and refreshments were served each afternoon and dinner would be meat dishes, or fish as the trip progressed and Osman, the seaman, would disappear in the rib to catch some fresh fish for the table. By-passing Sanganeb, our next stop was Sha’ab Rumi, where we did several dives at the south point. This was our first encounter with sharks, which was to be a regular feature of many dives on the trip. White tips (Triaenodon obesus) and grey shark (Carcharhinus wheeleri) are common here and, if you are lucky Hammerheads.
I scanned it into Photoshop V and stretched it into a panoramic format using Edit – Transform – Scale. I prefer it to be viewed upside down, which is the way it is printed on this page. Nikon 16mm fisheye and natural light. Elite Chrome 100 Everyone is trying slow shutter speeds and rear curtain sync these days, which is good! When I took this it wasn’t so new. I was inspired by a book called ‘Rhythms from the Wild’ by natural history photographer Art Wolf. I recommend this book to all underwater photographers.
Underwater Photography (January 2002)