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Good job very stable hand in the underwater shots plenty of material to work with
The part that needs improving is the editing
1. I personally don't like those transition you use in the video. I think a normal cross dissolve is better or something anyway more conservative unless you are changing from land to water and viceversa
2. Some of the footage could have been adjusted in terms of white balance
3. As others have notices the land part is good but slightly long 20 seconds would be sufficient for anything unless you are capturing a behaviour
All in all this looks really good for the equipment you have well done I look forward to the Cozumel trip