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Nice job for a first time! The still photos are very nice. The only real problem with the video is that you are moving too fast. A rule for videography underwater - you can be moving if subject is still, or the subject can be moving if you are still, but never both moving as you will make the viewer a bit seasick. There were several times when you jerked the camera quickly to left or right, a big no-no... move slooooow.
Venom: I am just using a Canon s90 with the canon underwater housing. BTW, the BEST compact I have EVER owned!
Robin: thanks so much for the tip. I know that on land, I think I was just a little enthused. I wanted my friends to get a feel for swimming through the kelp and discovering things along the way. Unfortunately, I probably just made them nauseous. Lol.