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3D diver
Last Activity:
Jul 11, 2019
Joined:
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Gender:
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Location:
Los Altos, CA
Occupation:
Electrical Engineer, retired

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3D diver

Solo Diver, Male, from Los Altos, CA

3D diver was last seen:
Jul 11, 2019
    1. gearbow
      gearbow
      Did you end up going to the Philippines? I am going to be in Cozumel from April 1st to the 30th and diving with Dive With Martin. What trip is the Philippines trip? Any room left on that one?
      1. 3D diver
        3D diver
        Hi,

        Krazymad (below) posted about the Phillipines. Alas, I haven't been.
        Mar 14, 2017
    2. krazymad
      krazymad
      Your internal diffuser, not hologram, seems to be what I'm looking for, but first things first, I can't figure out how to get the front off to get access to the reflector. I believe you post mentioned that DRIS started to glue the fronts on to prevent flooding. How did you get past the glue?
    3. krazymad
      krazymad
      Hi 3D Diver - I was reading your old post about your 3D GoPro setup with quad DRIS 1000 lights, specifically how you diffused the light. I'm getting ready for a trip to the Philippines and am trying to diffuse my DRIS 1000 light because its simply too bright and intense. Previously I've dove with two fingers covering the face to reduce the light intensity.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Los Altos, CA
    Occupation:
    Electrical Engineer, retired
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    NAUI
    Dive History:
    Certified in '81.

    Spent a couple of years wreck diving in North Carolina then returned to California. ~5 years shore diving in the San Diego area then moved to Northern California in '87. Been shore diving the Moterey area since. Got a Viking Sport drysuit in '89. Got a Nikonos V while diving in San Diego. Got another eventually and built two rigs for stereo 3D photography---one for wide angle (35mm or 20mm) and another for 3:1 macro.

    Had to stop diving ~6 years ago and am returning (Fall 2011).
    Certification History:
    Took 3 different certification classes in the '70s & '80s: First shop was a rip off. Second at college & there was a miscommunication about the check out dives. Finally, took a class from a technician at work---he couldn't disappear on me & I finally got certified in '81
    Certification Level:
    Openwater
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    US Divers Royal Aqualung regulator: first of the large hose regs. Won at a dive store grand opening raffle along with BC and tank.
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