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gonetobaja

Member Since 15 Jun 2006
Offline Last Active Jan 14 2010 09:12 AM
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In Topic: White Sharks, History Channel

05 January 2010 - 04:19 PM

Are they going to provide proof that they 'are becoming more aggressive predators'? They assert this is so.


Thats the hook, ya gotta watch it to find out.
;)

In Topic: White Sharks, History Channel

05 January 2010 - 03:47 PM

Who writes this crap?



The TV people...

;)

In Topic: Giant Shark show on History Channel

14 March 2009 - 10:10 AM

Absolutely Dale, you let me know the time and place. We have two EX1 complete systems, plenty of stills, currently a Red with Aqua Video housing, and our Gates Deep Red should be here within a few weeks.



I know this is gonna sound dumb but....I need to find a white whale.

Here is the trailer to the show on Wed.

http://www.break.com...aws-684175.html


When you guys see the trailer you can see the "dangerous" shark that we found....

I think its a spotted great black shark, different than the great white shark that has no spots..... :bye:

In Topic: Giant Shark show on History Channel

14 March 2009 - 08:40 AM

Very nice Dale, congrats. Thats awesome you got Wagsy involved too. Ill keep my eye out for the show!


Wed night the 18th at 9pm.

Mike,

Are you interested in doing a shoot in the USA? I might have a few things coming up.

I know you have the camera systems..... :bye:

D

In Topic: Giant Shark show on History Channel

12 March 2009 - 04:20 PM

Is that a battle of the housings i see... WHos got what etc etc...

Dive safe

DeanB


Yea it was the battle of the housings and Wagsy won....Im still jealous of that extra view port on the top of his phenom. he also had those big ass HID lights with the ice cream containers on the bottom. Nice even light out of them.

I run an FX-1 with a Z1-U and 4 Nocturnal LED lights. I like the instant start up on them, no battery cables on me and I can aim the lights to 4 different areas of my shot depending on how I am trying to light it up. They do have some minor hot spots that I am correcting with different diffusers.

When making a close up shot of, lets say the back of the neck of a sea snake, Wagsy could lower his camera down on the subject and frame it perfectly. for me to get the same shot I had to line my body up much differently and it was much harder to get a quality shot.

The masks are OTS Guardian full face comm systems. I use the Magna-com military grade wireless transceiver to the topside receiver. Very powerfull and clear even when 100s of yards away from the boat.

"Topside, Topside, Wagsy is playing with sea snakes again.....over..."