Starting with snoots

Starting with snoots

I recently bought 2 flip-snoots for use on my Inon z240 flashes. These snoots are  actually 3D printed and are very well designed. I can choose 3 different ‘modes’ from a broad beam to a narrow beam and best of it all, I can change freely underwater! Even...
Using the 45 degree viewfinder for Hugyfot

Using the 45 degree viewfinder for Hugyfot

This summer I bought the 45 degree viewfinder from Inon for my Hugyfot underwater camera housing. I took it to Crete for diving mainly for better macro photography. It took me some dives to get used to it because you have to get comfortable with looking at 45 degree...
First experiences with the Hugyfot

First experiences with the Hugyfot

My first experiences with the Hugyfot were in the cold water of Zeeland with currents and average to poor visibility. The Hugy performed very well. The ergonomics are excellent and together with two Inon float arms (ML) the buoyancy was slightly negative with the...
Using Inon Z240 strobes with optical connection

Using Inon Z240 strobes with optical connection

As underwater strobes I chose a pair of Inon Z-240’s. They perform very well with the optical connection to my Hugyfot housing. In macro they are used with S-TTL where the flash is regulated by the camera because the strobes replace the internal flash of the...
Favorite lenses underwater

Favorite lenses underwater

Choosing the right lens is a major issue for my underwater photography because I can’t change them underwater. So I have to choose upfront whether I will take macro or wide angle pictures. For macro I use the 100mm macro to have a good working distance (30-40 cm...