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DVCPRO-HD housing for HVX-200

16 April 2010 - 12:03 PM

Pro High Definition - Rugged, balanced, high quality AquaVideo Marine Case for the Panasonic HVX-200 P2 camcorder. This system provides true production level, 24p 4:2:2 recording in a compact and affordable underwater package. Rated to depths of 50 meters/165 feet, it is easy to set up and easy to use.

See content: http://hd2o.com my direct email: paul@hd2o.tv

This rig includes the housing and light kit; well maintained and ships in a secure plastic bin.

Optics are designed to provide an extreme wide angle view for dramatically clearer, more colorful underwater pictures. (The lens I suggest - Century .75x bayonet specifically for the HVX200 - MSRP $1195) Glass (not acrylic) dome port optical system is optically neutral; corrects for distortions and aberrations and allows true lens-magnified macro and zoom-through without having to change lenses or optical setup. Stainless steel closure clamps, five front and five back, are quick and secure the 1" acrylic end-plates with spring-loaded locking latches to prevent accidental opening. X-ring seals are highly reliable.

Controls to all major camera functions are on this rig to include; power, record trigger, zoom, focus, iris, mode, user 1, 2, 3, white balance, A/B presets, etc. About 48 lbs dry, this rig is small, self contained, rugged, and extremely agile in the soup. 10.75 diameter allows the cameraʼs LCD to be open and viewed through the clear backplate without glare. Velcro secures the battery pack for the SuperNova 250w 3400K HID light-kit. We use a 100GB FireStore FS-100 which also fits below the camera mounting plate, or use P2 cards.
Ships in a plastic bin; 16"x18"x24".

HVX200 Camera, .75 lens, FireStore recorder, are NOT included.
Also listed on e-bay: http://cgi.ebay.com/...E:L:LCA:US:1123
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Kids Ocean TV show needs your eye balls

05 August 2009 - 06:48 PM

Hey kids, grab your mask and flippers...
Following the 'voice of God', that's how the show starts, designed for school kid's education of the Ocean with a flare for fun. We have produced the intro and a few segments for preview. Who better to ask for feedback than a bunch of divers with masks and flippers?
The video is just a concept in development and the host is a stand-in, not a professional. What I'd like to ask is, "Do you think this type of show concept would be interesting to kids you know?" Link to the exact article: http://hd2o.tv/flog/2009/kidstv/
If you care to post a comment on our flog, networks are viewing it there and your impressions are important.
Kind regards,