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rramaley

Member Since 28 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 22 2014 02:34 AM
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In Topic: Tiger Beach Diver Missing

20 July 2014 - 02:57 AM

Since this is where I was pointed to express condolences, I will express to all family and friends of John that my prayers and thoughts are with them.  

 

(As a side note I would encourage the moderator to keep condolences and wishes separate from people seeking to comment on the circumstances of the event and the press's handling of the events) - not a good mix.....


In Topic: Sydney Scorpionfish - an unexpected discovery...

08 July 2014 - 02:32 AM

Thanks guys - my understanding is that the video production company that the museum uses for many of its movie stories pulled together the video - if I ever meet the people that did the video, I'll pass on your feedback.


In Topic: For sale: full underwater HD video kit: Light and Motion Bluefin Pro / Sony H...

01 July 2014 - 11:32 PM

Sold


In Topic: For sale: full underwater HD video kit: Light and Motion Bluefin Pro / Sony H...

18 June 2014 - 02:58 AM

As I thought, the wide angle sticky button has been solved through a long soak. Everything is still for sale. US$3000K OBO....


In Topic: For sale: full underwater HD video kit: Light and Motion Bluefin Pro / Sony H...

14 June 2014 - 03:23 AM

Hi Muriel,

 

I spoke with L&M, they say they are able to provide all spare parts for this model and expect to be able to continue to do so "for a while longer" (~2-3 years?)

 

L&M will do a servicing of handles for US$75 each and the full camera for $500.  It has to be done in the US (no service centre in Australia) so if you want that, we can negotiate it within the sales price and I could mail the camera to you via the US for a servicing.  It is up to you.  

 

After looking at things, the buttons on the handle are a bit difficult to access - L&M says you could it yourself if you wanted to but it is a bit tricky.  I'm soaking the handle now so I think it really won't be necessary to do (was only the "W" button).  

 

The batteries (there are 2 in each handle) are quite easy to replace in the handles - you just unscrew the cover with the allen key and the batteries are right inside.  And no, I do not have a faulty circuit board.