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#360962 Indonesia Ultimate Macro & Wide Angle Trip (10 days Oct-Nov 2015)

Posted by reefwalker on 09 May 2015 - 06:29 PM

Announcing another of our very popular Dive/Photo Trips for October/November 2015. This trip begins in Bali where we fly to Flores to start our live-board trip through the central and northern regions of the Komodo National Park. We explore the very best macro and wide angle photo opportunities of this very rich area. From sea fleas to manta rays, from tiny nudibranchs to massive schools of pelagics. We know these waters well enough to make every dive a photographic dream.

From Komodo we head west to Gili Banta for more remote reefs, then Sangeang Island an active volcano with some of the best black sand macro dives in Indonesia. Further west we explore Sumbawa Island's coastal reefs and finish in the muck dive heaven of Bima Bay. Here we have found nearly every sought after critter for photographers, blue ring octopus, wunderpuss, mimic octopus, frogfish, coleman shrimps, devil scorpionfish, stonefish, juvenile batfish, nudibranchs in every shape and size.... the list goes on!

This trip is organised once per year around the best weather, tide and dive conditions for this area. The trip is inclusive of airfares from Bali to Flores & Sumbawa to Bali. 10 days/9 nights on the live-board, all meals, diving and twin shared air-conditioned accommodation on the live-aboard. Join other keen underwater photographers and get personal free help with your photography and post editing with Australian photo journalist Jeff Mullins.

Dates are October 31 to November 9. Cost is USD$3490. Check out full details on our website at: http://www.reefwreck...nformation.html

or contact us via email at: reefimages@ii.net

The trip currently has only 4 vacancies.


NOTE: On our November 2014 trip we found and photographed 4 of the rare nudibranch Melibe colemani (Coleman's Melibe). In 2015 we will be visiting these same dive sites to search and photograph them again!

#206016 Housing Leak Detector

Posted by reefwalker on 25 March 2009 - 02:24 AM

Reefwalker, you know you are here in a DIY section.
Many people here are bored to pay a lot of money every time it is a question of materiel of dive or underwater photography.
As well made is your material, i think 70$ is too much for just a board, a transistor, a buzzer and a cell.
Many thank for guys like Hanachan and others to show us how to save money !

Hi Jcdignan
You may notice it wasn't me that started this thread!
I was simply clarifying that my Leak Detector doesn't consist of US$3 worth of material. It also isn't a board, a transistor, a buzzer and a cell. It's actually a whole lot more than this! Plus not everyone is handy with electronics and soldering etc. so these people can buy a pre-made item and fit it themselves.
I think its great that this DIY forum is here for people to save money by doing it themselves. I am a DIY guy myself. Which is how I came to manufacture the Leak Detector. I made one for a friend and then one for myself. Now I've made hundreds for other happy customers around the World who want a fit-yourself Leak Detector that costs a whole lot less than some of the housing manufacturers charge for the 'genuine article'.