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  1. For sale 30 (8.5" x 5.5") Arttomedia 3D waterproof dive maps of Florida wrecks . Maps were never taken in the water! Also included are DUANE 26"x19" folded map, Florida Keys Synthetic map 26"x18", Maps DVD, Caribbean 3D lenticular technology (motion) card and Dive log binder Binder has 3 rings and therefore it can hold all the maps. All items are new! Retail for all is $420.00! Asking $220.00 Free Cont. US shipping I will ship worldwide
  2. In the early summer large schools of snappers, batfish, unicorn surgeon-fish, barracuda and trevallies swirl off the southern tip of Sinai, at Ras Mohammed. Nearby there are shallow reefs and a treasure-trove of World War II military paraphernalia in the wreckage of the SS Thistlegorm. Alex Mustard regularly runs an excellent workshop based aboard one of several large and comfortable live-aboard dive boats. This year he was joined by Alex Tattersall, demonstrating (certainly not forcing sales on us with his usual skill) new and exciting ideas from Nauticam. The winds died down, after blowing us away from the shoals of Abu Nuhas, and the diving began:
  3. Here are the results of three weeks in Chuuk, as recounted above. https://www.flickr.com/photos/timsdiving/sets/72157645297557139/
  4. Three weeks and sixty dives in Truk: I wonder if I have a job to return to? I travelled out from England last month, and had the usual frustrations in Manila's endlessly rebuilt but never air-conditioned airport, but arrived relatively unscathed at the Blue Lagoon resort, to dive sequentially and promiscuously with Americans, Australians and, later some rather aloof Englishmen (but not the Germans, who frowned at a photographer's acceptance of the actuality, if not the intention, of solo diving), guided by the superlatively knowledgable and experienced Trukkese guides. Two weeks at the Blue Lagoon, and a week on the "Odyssey", a byword under JJ for both organisation and diving tolerance. I had made the reacquaintance of the Fujikawa Maru and some other old friends when a new adversary claimed my attention, and my camera: the San Francisco Maru ate the glass dome off my port. I have to acknowledge a debt to Shannon Conway, who brought out a new D800 and a fisheye lens from Australia, and Nauticam who sent a 230mm dome. The San Francisco Maru... ... 50m to the deck, and ruled by jealous local gods (JJ claims that its title, the "million dollar wreck", comes not from its impressive military cargo, but its appetite for cameras). My own appetite for an image of its tanks and trucks kindled, it took five dives and many cylinders of gas to get this wreck out of my system. I shouldn't forget the other stars: the sagging but still impressive Fujikawa Maru, the famous "R2D2" air compressor now protected, not by small corridors and stairwells, but dangerous and unstable corroded decks and tangled pipework; the beguiling Shinkoku Maru, the introspective and shrouded Kensho Maru, the bold Nippo Maru, rescued from ignominy as a water tank to a new life as an historical monument, the doomed aircraft, the equipment that never left the Hoki Maru to build roads and runways, the engine rooms of listing, twisted and inverted ships... ... and the remnants of men, shattered and lost to war, seventy years ago.
  5. Hi, before selling this setup, I would like to show some photos made with this lens, ENJOY. If you are interested about the bundle: http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=53199
  6. Hi everyone, good to meet you! I live in Key Largo and have the amazing opportunity to shoot tons of photos on some of the most beautiful reefs in America. Currently I've got a Cannon G12 with an Ikelite DS160, an Ikelite housing, and the WD-4 Dome Port. One day I'll have a big boy camera like a 70D and can move on from the compacts. I'm up for feedback and really want to progress and get better as a photographer both above and below the surface of the water.
  7. UNDERWATER VIDEO COURSES Jeff Goodman, director and award-winning TV cameraman, leads a series of courses aimed at improving the art of good underwater video production while at the same time realising the incredible wealth and diversity of our planet's marine life. Jeff has over 30 years experience in wildlife and underwater filming. Credits include the BBC, Channel 4, National Geographic, Discovery, Animal Planet and many others. He has twice been nominated for BAFTA Award Cameraman and won Montana Festival Best Series Director/Cameraman. Among Jeff's many TV Credits are: BBC... Mimic Octopus...Narrated by David Attenbourgh BBC... Secrets of the Maya Underworld...Narrated by Simon MacCorkindale Venues in the Red Sea, Indonesia and S.Africa for 2013 Details at www.jeffgoodman.co.uk
  8. Hi, I have a short clip to share with you. Last november we went to Sierra Leone for a wreck diving expedition. The word expedition is often used as a fancy way of saying "trip" or "vacation" to impress your friends and mom I`m not sure if our trip was a proper expedition, but if not, it was very close to one! We took with us: all scuba gear, including tanks, air commpressor, side sonar, gpses, metal detector etc.... two canon dslrs in aquatica housings, and one small camcorder in gates. As the full movie is being made now, and it will take a while, I would like to show you a short trailer. Hope You like it. If so, please feel free to use a Tip Jar on vimeo http://vimeo.com/58477630 Link to Vimeo. Cheers, Piotr
  9. The project: Creation of a Navy Warships’ Underwater Park Ocean Revival by sinking four decommissioned Portuguese Navy vessels, 3 miles from Portimão, Portugal. Yesterday the first 2 ships has been sunk. One corvette with 85 meters long and a patrol ship with 44 meters. They are "divable" already but no penetration is allowed for the moment. Only after being completely stabilized on the seabed, the authorities will allow do dive inside the vessels. More or less 2 weeks expected for stabilization... The other 2 vessels are being prepared for the sunk that is expected to happen next year. One hydrographic ship with 64 meters and one frigate with 102 meters. You can learn more from the project on the official web site http://oceanrevival.org/en/ You can watch the sinking of the corvette on the following link http://oceanrevival.org/en/informacao/noticias/item/imersao-oliveira-carmo.html?category_id=16 and the patrol ship on this one http://oceanrevival.org/en/informacao/noticias/item/imersao-zambeze.html?category_id=16
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