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Hey all,

 

I just put together a little video on making a tripod for my camera housing that rotates around the port - horizontal for traditional video and vertical for social media. Figured I would share the details.

 

Video: How to Build an Underwater Video Tripod

 

It's all about those successful DIY projects!

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Hmmm, it's working for me. Do you mind sending the link you're seeing? Thanks!

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Hmmm, it's working for me. Do you mind sending the link you're seeing? Thanks!

It updated itself it seems. It looks good now!

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Thanks EvilOtter - hopefully it's somewhat entertaining and useful too.

 

Cool project. You are an excellent presenter.


Good point Tursiops - definitely a bipod, but with the Joby it has 4 legs, so Quadpod..?

 

Cute bipod, not tripod.

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Good point Tursiops - definitely a bipod, but with the Joby it has 4 legs, so Quadpod..?

 

Let's see....2 plus 3 = 5, so maybe a pentapod.

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I didn't even know that existed Undertow! That is a much, much better solution. Will definitely stop in the next auto parts store I see asking for that handle. Thanks for sharing!

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Careful:

Material: Band & Housing Stainless Steel, Screw Plated Carbon Steel, Plastic Handle

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Careful:

Material: Band & Housing Stainless Steel, Screw Plated Carbon Steel, Plastic Handle

 

 

Hmm, not sure I follow. Are you pointing out the possibility of corrosion from the salt water? Thanks

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Hmm, not sure I follow. Are you pointing out the possibility of corrosion from the salt water? Thanks

Yes, exactly. And quickly. Rinsing is not good enough, because the rusting is ongoing while submerged.

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