A Saturday morning dive

A Saturday morning dive – CANON PowerShot G-12

Yesterday I published some pictures of our Saturday underwater stroll. I acquired pretty motivating feedback and you requested loads of thoughts.

You requested me about my gear. It is a CANON PowerShot G-12. Regretably Canon discontinued the creation of this excellent digital camera. Allow me to inform you a limited story.
I begun in the late 1960’s with a Minolta SRT-101. This digicam survived my wild yrs. Even a single year of sands in the Sahara couldn’t ruin this mechanical question. In early 2000 I switched to the Canon collection of electronic cameras. I kept my Minolta lenses and nevertheless use them in some cases on my SONY Alpha. But my preferred camera is the CANON PowerShot G-12.

Early this 12 months my CANON PowerShot G-12 stopped operating with a “LENS ERROR” ? . This is a pretty typical challenge of this camera. I inquired for repair service opportunities. In the Philippines it is simply just extremely hard. Just one can ship the digicam to a mend heart in Malaysia or Japan, but every person on the World-wide-web states that it is much more highly-priced than a new camera.

I then had a look on auction platforms and identified 2 delivers on “ricardo.ch”. As an auction newbie I skipped the first auction. But the next one I received!  ? It had not only been the camera but also an underwater housing. Below it is, my new products:

Canon Powershot G12 Canon Powershot G12 You may perhaps click on on the photographs to enlarge.

Let us dive yet again

Yesterday I did not publish all the funny pictures I shot in the course of our stroll. Way too numerous pictures may well have been to substantially. Here you uncover some more of yesterday’s shots. Click on the images to enlarge them.

A Saturday morning dive

This is our back garden. It is composed of lava rocks in the sandy beach front just outdoors of our hibiscus backyard. We only have to swim out about 80 meters and then dive to 4 – 6 metes. Most of the corals have recently settled following acquiring been wrecked by hefty sand actions.

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You could try to remember this cuttlefish from yesterday’s assortment. I just incorporate the portrait picture.

A Saturday morning dive

Feathers?

A Saturday morning dive
A shrimp with antennas.

A Saturday morning dive

This shot had been amusing. Each of us – the fish and me – laid in the sand and viewed just about every other. These are excellent moments exactly where you forget the planet all-around you.

A Saturday morning dive
I do not know this one. Can you identify this gorgeous creature?

 A Saturday morning dive

This male played a good deal of jokes with me until I could catch him with my lens.

The devices is rinsed and stowed in a great location. Now I am charging the battery of the digicam. Ready for the subsequent stroll. Are you ready Arno?

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