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barney

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#344364 Indian Springs - 15,000 lumen light trials

Posted by barney on 11 March 2014 - 09:13 AM

Footage of test dive in Indian Springs cave system south of Tallahassee, Florida, on Sunday using new video lights supplied by Bigblue Dive Lights (http://www.bigbluedivelights.com/). Two 15000 and two 2500 lumen lights used in footage. Video was shot on Canon 5D MKIII using 17-40 mm f/4 L lens at 1600 ISO with Technicolor CineStyle Profile.

**NATIVE TEST FOOTAGE -- UNTOUCHED AND UNGRADED**

http://youtu.be/5Keto1o2tFQ

Enjoy!
Cheers,
Mike




#337135 Grumman Hellcat off Miami, Florida

Posted by barney on 17 September 2013 - 12:43 PM

Late last year a submersible groundtruthing multibeam sonar survey targets stumbled upon a WWII-era Grumman Hellcat resting in 245 feet of water off Miami, Florida. 

A few days ago we went out to dive the site and get some good video of the aircraft.  You might also notice a lionfish or two in the footage ;>)

To date, the U.S. Navy has not confirmed the actual airframe or the circumstances of the loss, however, it was likely a training accident.

 

 

Footage was shot with a Canon 5D MKIII with a 17-40mm lens and twin SOLA 1200 lights.  Due to hazy surface waters, it was quite dim at depth so I had the ISO jacked up a bit.

Be sure to watch in HD.

 

Cheers,

Mike

 




#315542 Deep photo with Canon 5D MKIII in Aquatica housing

Posted by barney on 30 August 2012 - 10:32 AM

PS Why is the AP rebreather silver?


A couple of the guys have shot video for documentaries and the standard yellow case of the AP rebreather throws off a yellow halo in certain situations, so they painted them silver to avoid that issue. There is probably a technical term for this issue (also happens sometimes with white rebreather tanks), but not sure what it is...
Cheers,
Mike


#315092 Deep photo with Canon 5D MKIII in Aquatica housing

Posted by barney on 23 August 2012 - 03:27 AM

Here is another shot from the CARINTHIA dive...

Cheers,
Mike
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