Canon EOS 70D Underwater Photos

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Underwater photos from caves to Parisian catacombs taken with the Canon EOS 70D DSLR camera by Ikelite users Benoit Maison-Blanche and Don Costanza. The Canon EOS 70D is on the high-end of Canon crop sensor DSLR cameras, featuring a 20.2MP 'Dual Pixel CMOS AF' sensor and 19-point AF module.

Benoit Mason-Blanche

Benoit Maison-Blanche and his girlfriend shared these wonderful photos taken with the Canon EOS 70D and Tokina 10-17mm and Tokina 11-16mm lenses. They particularly enjoy shooting unusual places as the catacombs of Paris, abandoned swimming pools, and of course freediving at sea.

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Please visit the Blue Parallax website to see more of Benoit's work and read about their freediving adventures (French language)...

 

Don Costanza

Fellow Indiana resident Don Costanza specializes in technical cave diving and underwater studio photography. His studio work utilizes two DS160 strobes connected TTL to the housing and a third slave unit triggered by Optical Slave Converter.

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Visit the Deco-Services website to see Don's portfolio and to get in touch with him about his graphic design and promotional services...

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