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Manual settings should not be to tough. You will be shooting mostly in 3-6 feet of water so lots of light (unless it is really cloudy). Take a few test shots as soon as you are in the water to see how the histograms look, before the action starts. I'm guessing with an ISO of 200 you will be at a SS of 250 and f10-16 if not shooting into the sun.
I will be in Isla in two weeks. One question I have is regarding a safety harness/lanyard for the housing. I would hate to let go of the camera in blue water. Don't usually use a strap. Any recs?
Post some shots Mitch.
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