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The white flowering gum is host to countless soldier beetles during mid autumn prior to them mating.


Small tributary of Goulburn River, Victoria, Australia.

Submitted by: Dave Cook

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Camera manufacturer NIKON 
Camera model E3700 
Exposure time 1/155 s 
Lens focal length 8 mm (~53 mm on 35 mm film) 
Lens aperture f 3.2 
ISO 50 
Date and time of original 2006-03-16 11:23 
Software used Nikon Browser 6.1.0 W 


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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted March 20th 2006

Dave,

My Canon has been submerged three times - twice in the salt - and it still works and is closing in on 10,000 images.

Amazing what these things can take!

Martin


From: Dave Cook · djcook·at·spacelink.com.au  Link
Submitted March 20th 2006

Martin,
Nikon Coolpix E3700 cameras swim well. Dunked myself and camera just after taking this pic. It took 2 days for it to dry out and is now as good as ever.
Dave Cook



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