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  1. The HD10 Equinox housing for the Panasonic AF100 under the Christmas Tree

    by , December 27th, 2012 at 07:14 PM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)
    The Equinox HD10 Video Camera housing for the Panasonic AF100 arrived today.
    Here it is posing with the smaller Equinox HD6

    I'll be getting it wet in a few days at the Quarry before heading off to Mexico on assignment.

    • Manual Focus knob
    • Manual Iris adjust
    • White Balance 'one touch' control
    • Push to go to Auto Iris
    • Twist to go to Auto Focus
    • External 5" monitor with 'peaking' button for focas aid
    • Roomy, contains 14-140 Lumix zoom lens

  2. Crowley's Blog - A Scientific Disproof of the Existence of Santa Claus - and Humbug!

    by , December 27th, 2012 at 04:15 PM
    Christmas here was pants. Just really pants, sorry, but it was.

    I have, however, cheered up since then and remembered this excellently clever comedy scientific disproof from some years ago. It has been kicking around the Internet for years, in fact I know for sure that I first received it via the fledgling internet in 1992, a whole year before Mosaic became the first web-browsing interface that was on offer to the general public (albeit a very limited slice of them, mostly academic ...
  3. Some nice articles Adventure Diving Magazine

    by , December 20th, 2012 at 10:58 AM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)
    $12 for the year at the moment...

    They cover:
    • Diving in Albania
    • The PS Clonmel
    • Diving in Ireland
    • Diving Airplane wrecks
  4. So what is proper training?

    by , December 18th, 2012 at 01:18 PM (DivemasterDennis-)
    If you are a dive instructor, or spend much time here on scuba board, you know that there is an ongoing, and probably a never ending conversation about just what constitutes proper training for a new scuba diver, and also for more advanced levels of certification. We all know that training comes from a variety of sources: books, class room instruction, on line instruction, informal reading, and of course, diving itself. Let’s face it, after all the course materials, after all the pool work, ...
  5. Crowley's Blog - Winter is Coming!

    by , December 13th, 2012 at 12:50 PM
    Also Published in the DIVE Magazine blog section...

    If you’ve watched the recent TV show “Game of Thrones” – and possibly read the books – you may have become accustomed to the phrase: “Winter is Coming!”.

    We don’t get proper TV here in Sharm, so after a few of my colleagues and I had watched the series, and possibly also read the books, we started to wonder if J.R.R Martin (the author of ...