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Paralenz Vaquita is a small yet powerful underwater camera with a simple mission: to enable you to seamlessly capture and share brilliant underwater videos with the world. Get wet, discover the depths below, and make an impact. Every dive counts. Keep a real-time overview of what you’re recording on the Paralenz Vaquita’s new True Colour OLED screen. It also displays your dive profile along with the current depth and temperature information. Capture Ocean life in all its details. Paralenz Vaquita’s updated technology delivers the smoothest and most vivid underwater videos up to 4K (4k 60fps / 1080p 240fps). Take back…

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Put Some Dash In Your Dives The thrill of speeding through the water behind a diver propulsion vehicle (DPV) is an experience that really gets the blood racing. Using a DPV provides divers both immense fun and the means to achieve goals that would be impossible without their use. RAID is proud to announce the new two-tier DPV training program with certifications for DPV and Advanced DPV. WHY DPV AND WHY NOW? Recreational and technical divers are using DPVs to access sites that would be difficult to reach and explore using traditional propulsion methods; to help propel large amounts of…

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Spare Air – The life-saving Mini SCUBA tank. A reserve parachute is worn by a skydiver, and a scuba diver should have a reserve breathing system. We’ve been supplying divers with the smallest, most portable, redundant system available for out-of-air emergencies for 40 years. For safety-minded divers, the proprietary SPARE AIR should be a normal piece of scuba diving equipment. Why would you entrust your life to anything else in an out-of-air emergency? Uses/Specifications Spare Air Mini is a safety device, recommended for certified divers only, and is not a toy. For depths above 20 feet, contains 5 cubic feet…

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For use with underwater video lights, Keldan introduces the first wireless underwater remote control. Keldan showcased it at the 2019 DEMA Show. Ultrasonic technology is used by the remote, is wireless, operates underwater and can be used around corners and through walls. The remote is compatible with Keldan’s underwater video 18XR and 24XR lights. It has two channels of luminosity. An infinite number of lights can be addressed simultaneously through each channel. With a pairing mode, a light can be combined with either of the two channels. The range is approximately 50 metres under water. The RC1 remote control can…

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For all your technical diving needs, the all-new POWERCOM and MILCOM lines carry wireless communication output to the next level. The specially designed rechargeable lithium-ion battery offers more power for a greater range, up to 14 hours of run time and a dramatically improved overall battery life, meaning that when you need it the device can keep you connected. Looking for added protections for communication? Don’t go any further. With the all-new Scrambler Mode of POWERCOM and MILCOM, for the first time in wireless communication history, wireless communications can now be transmitted discreetly and more securely. POWERCOM and MILCOM are…

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Divers’ who have purchased their twinset total diving system which includes a backplate and a harness will need to know “How to correctly thread a one-piece harness to a backplate”. During both the SSI Extended Range and Extended Range Foundations programs there is a strong emphasis and focus on equipment configuration to ensure that the equipment being worn is correctly assembled and personally configured for the diver. This ensures that the diver has the greatest likelihood of success when performing skills in the water. Assembling the backplate and harness correctly is a skill in its own right and something that…

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It can be expensive over time to purchase a diving computer, compass, and camera separately for your diving and not to mention, they are very heavy and can weigh you down when underwater. At DIVEROID, we thought of adding the comfort of always getting a smartphone on hand with the dive tracking technology. All in the palm of your hand, our product includes a dive computer, compass, and logbook. To ensure that the highest efficiency and resistance are met, DIVEROID goes through a strict water pressure chamber, a closed water test and an open water test protocol. DIVEROID devices are…

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Two years ago, Geneinno tech launched the deepest (492ft) professional underwater drone Titan, now we call it the Geneinno T1, and it is the first underwater drone equipped with a robotic arm.  Now Geneinno Tech is launching its newest versatile and professional underwater drone. It’s the Geneinno T1 Pro, the ultimate light-industry underwater born with a 12MP EIS camera that supports Omni scan sonar, laser scaler, water quality detector, and other various extensions to fulfill multi-industrial scenarios.  Geneinno T1 Pro kit is the epic league on the ROV market as it features an 8 hour duration with the external battery…

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The 3rd video on the Garmin Descent Mk2i – and this one was born from a number of questions received on how to view the dive data screens, and more importantly how you can customise & configure them. Hope you find this of use… Keep your eyes peeled for more videos on the Descent Mk2i coming very soon! To purchase the Descent Mk2 & Mk2i visit the following links Garmin Descent Mk2 Garmin Descent Mk2i Subwave T1 Tank Pod: Coming Soon Video Review by Black Manta Photography on YouTube Follow Black Manta Photography on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

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Range test of the Garmin T1 Transmitter connected to the Garmin Descent Mk2i. Ideally, this test would have been completed on a sea dive with another diver using the transmitter, but Lockdown 2.0, weather, and the time of year put paid to that – besides, there won’t be another transmitter available in the UK until they launch for sale towards the end of November 2020. Four test runs in the pool – One achieved 7m, while the other three reached 10m each. To save you the bore of watching all four of them I’ve just included two of the tests.…

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