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  1. ADEX is in less than 2 weeks and our annual party with Scubacam Singapore is on! Unlike the bigger party at DEMA, our venue this year will have a great view of the world famous Marina Bay from the rooftop lounge, ME@OUE, just across the bay from Marina Bay Sands Convention Center, the site of ADEX 2014. It's a beautiful venue with a Michelin star chef in the restaurant. Drinks (1st one on us) and finger food will be available and happy hour is from 5.30-8.00pm. So come join fellow image chasers, manufacturers and friends on Friday April 11th from 7.30pm till "late"! Venue: ME@OUE The Penthouse Level 50 Collyer Quay, OUE Bayfront Time: Friday, April 11th 2014 from 730pm till "late"
  2. Just sharing some recent additions to my housing for those that might be interested. Following all the recent talk on this forum, I went ahead and bought a Vacuum system. We bought the BackScatter system but David Cheung of ScubaCam here in Singapore installed it for me. That flashing green light gives me a warm, fuzzy feeling. Just occasionally, there's a sound underwater that I'd like to include in the video. Might be dolphins, whales or just the chatter of crabs and shrimps. I've never been happy with previous hydrophones, but then Google introduced me to Aquarian Audio Products. They quickly built me a H2c Hydrophone with an XLR terminal. Yesterday, David installed it for me and today I tested it in the pool. The results are great. Here's a little test clip: http://vimeo.com/81298453 I'm looking forward to using the hydrophone with the congregations of mating humphead parrot fish later this month in Palau. Might find out what noises they make while making whoopy... Regards Peter
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