I think that SimonSpear has really nailed it - its not so much the tool that you use, but the "tool" holding that camera that determines whether you get good video or not. That said, the last time that I was purchasing, I ended up with a Canon camcorder because I really wanted to focus on video and not still photos. That was a decision that dictated which tool was appropriate <u>for me</u>. I'm still learning, and hopefully getting better at this whole video thing, and I'm inspired by some of the really great shooters here. I'm learning from you folks every day, and that's why I keep coming back here.
Posted by SwiftFF5
on 23 September 2014 - 03:31 AM
If it were were me in your shoes, one question that I would ask would be - do you intend to keep diving after your thesis, and will you be able to keep the drysuit? If so, then I would consider it an investment in your future diving and get on with the project.
This definitely sounds as if it is time for a letter from a legal counsel. Not only have they used your work without permission, it would appear (perhaps not, but it sure looks suspicious) as if they are attempting to cover their tracks in a rather clumsy manner. It is hard to imagine that a seemingly reputable organization would stoop this low.