For shooting his photo's as well as above as under water Bruno is using a DSLR Nikon D810
Els uses a DSLR Nikon D800 camera.
Hugyfot underwater housings
We both use Hugyfot underwater housings equiped with the HugyCheck waterleak alarm system.
Hugyfot fisheye dome
For our fisheye lens and wide angle lens we both use a Hugyfot fisheye dome.
Hugyfot macro ports
For our macro shots we both use Hugyfot macro ports and extension rings.
Inon Z-240 strobes
We are both using 2 Inon z-240 strobes each.
Nikkor 10.5mm fisheye lens, 105mm macro lens, 60mm macro lens
For shooting our underwaterphoto's we mostly use the Nikkor 10.5mm fisheye lens, and the 60mm and 105mm Nikkor macro lenses.
We both have a 45 degree viewfinder io. using the life view on our camera. This makes it much easier to shoot photo's from animals sitting on the sand.
Hugyfot and Inon floaters
We sometimes mount our strobes directly on the arms of our underwaterhousing, or we mount the strobes by using our Hugyfot- or Inon floaters.
Subsee +10 diopter
To make pictures of the smallest animals in our oceans we use a Subsee +10 magnifier.
Our latest discovery, the Super Macro Convertor from Nauticam. This lens allows us to shoot super macro shots.