Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Using my new Intova Connex video camera and a close-up lens... I don't buy expensive underwater cameras anymore because flooding is too much of a risk. This camera was $65 brand new, still sealed in the box. The close-up lens was $18. The deepest part of our dive was to 117ft. I'm also using two inexpensive video lights from China that cost about $25 each. For $133, I've got HD quality. So... why do people have to spend on underwater cameras? They don't... (p.s. sorry for not setting the clock on the video camera)
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Response to article, "Lack of fitness spells disaster for inexperienced dive duo" #scuba #medicalhistoryquestionnaire #me...
An evaluation of diving off Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Not the act of diving, but the logistics of diving and what you need to knowIf you are traveling to an international location, please read my blog, " Checklist for Referral Divers for their dive destinati...
Blog articles that you might have not read in a while. Some great lessons that you might have forgotten. Never be complacent underwater.Learning how to get into the water with scuba diving gear isn't difficult. Every diver gets into the water. However, getting out of the ...