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  1. A new version of the Vivid Leak Sentinel, V6, is now available. I bought a very early production one and have written a review of it in the latest issue of UWP magazine. See the link http://www.uwpmag.com/ Sadly not now living in the Caribbean and my stuff still in a container, I’ve not been able to install or field test it. I have been able to give it as good a bench test as possible under the circs. My own battery testing showed the now USB-C rechargeable battery to last roughly 72 hours with the valve switched on. If you setup the night before, it is possible to switch off the LED which I understand will save battery power whilst the system continues to run in the background. My 5XB had two wires that fed from the sensor to the PCB. Although this was fairly easy to install, it was the devil’s own work if you needed to remove it and then reinstall The V6 now has a connector in the cable run which makes this much easier. I’ve always thought these leak sensors a No-brainer to add to a system. An additional security check for expensive gear and added peace of mind
  2. I've always been a stills shooter underwater, but when I won a video light in a photo competition recently I thought what the heck, I'd make an attempt at shooting some video for a change. First thing I notice when I get the footage on my computer screen is that I seem to have some stuck pixels, particularly a decent-sized red spot near the middle of the frame. I guess these have always been mapped out with my images in Lightroom, so I never really knew they were there. Help! What can I do? It's awful, and completely ruins the video. I am shooting with a Canon 5D Mark II. It's a camera I've had for years (well out of warranty). Thank you Wetpixelites!
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