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I’m thinking… very nice!
 
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Much appreciated! I am using a Olympus tough tg5 and I use a orphek orange filter held on with rubber bands I have it set in microscope mode with a 2 second timer so I can hold steady with two hands under water.
 

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Much appreciated! I am using a Olympus tough tg5 and I use a orphek orange filter held on with rubber bands I have it set in microscope mode with a 2 second timer so I can hold steady with two hands under water.
Good to know this is possible, I was looking at the Olympus TG-6 and the SeaLife Micro 3.0... Both seem to be great cameras!
 
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Good to know this is possible, I was looking at the Olympus TG-6 and the SeaLife Micro 3.0... Both seem to be great cameras!
The Olympus seems to be a well built camera, I believe the TG-6 has some more functionality. It would be great if wifi worked under water, it would be a lot easier to use both hands for bracing and have someone else press the shutter remotely on my phone this function works great out of water
 
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I think the meteor shower cyphastrea in the fist photo turned out the best simply because it’s in a good spot and angle near the top of the tank where I can brace the camera.
 
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