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Nikonos V
Nikonos V


  1. japsix
    japsix ·

    he's flying!!!

  2. boredbone
    boredbone ·

    great shot:)

  3. plaidleaf
    plaidleaf ·

    FREAKING AMAZING! Great shot!

  4. u-t-e
    u-t-e ·


  5. disdis
    disdis ·


  6. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·


  7. mandashitley
    mandashitley ·

    hahaha nice face

  8. oldskool_rider
    oldskool_rider ·

    great action shot

  9. apneagirl
    apneagirl ·

    He´s an OceanJet....nice.

  10. takezzo
    takezzo ·

    freakin' awesome!!!

  11. panelomo
    panelomo ·


  12. rater
    rater ·

    Je n'avais pas vu celui là... Bravo!

  13. halfawakehaiku
    halfawakehaiku ·


  14. lomosexual_manboy
    lomosexual_manboy ·

    Awesome shot. I can't open my eyes like that while diving in the ocean or it burns.

  15. kylethefrench
    kylethefrench ·

    so ok a question about the nik V, does it have a longer exposure light meter like the LCA style? or is it that you take pictures in beautiful places with bright sunlight and clear water? because it is like you have these great underwater shots that look bright and lovely yet crisp, do you have a larger aperture or something on that nik v? what are you secrets? oh i just bought 2 really cheapy underwater cams on ebay for like a dollar so we will see how they compare to the krab with LCA or all the other cams I shove in the ewa housing that you recomended to me and that I love like crazy... oh another side note is that samsonite sells these cheap little "digital camera" plastic housing bags that are really great for the viv uws... i put some slide film in mine and then took it to jamaica, you gotta take the camera out each time to advance but it is easy enough to do and fun

  16. stouf
    stouf ·

    Thanks a lot everyone for all your nice comments !!!
    @kylethefrench: The Nikonos V has a light meter that sets the speed, but the aperture is manual. You can open up to f2.8. The secret is that underwater, you can do slower apertures than on earth, as the background is usually just blue (and you're not shaking as on earth). I'm guessing this one was shot at about 1/60 second, and I followed the subject. But you can see that the zodiac is blurry behind. And of course, this spot of Greece has extremely clear waters... So that's it, slow aperture and follow the subject are the two secrets when there's no background... ; )

  17. ooi001
    ooi001 ·

    good posing!

  18. butttokk
    butttokk ·

    nice shot!

  19. mont0417
    mont0417 ·

    nice...i will try this pose next time!!

  20. monamarques
    monamarques ·

    Wow! I need a Nikonos!

  21. arnaudmartin
    arnaudmartin ·

    awesome !

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