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Interceptor121
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Interceptor121

PADI Pro, from Weybridge, UK

Interceptor121 was last seen:
May 19, 2019 at 6:51 PM
    1. lwang06
      lwang06
      I just read your blog- great and informative stuff- I'm new and looking into the Sony RX100II and was reading about your rig set up- have you made any new improvements? I'm still trying to understanding all of the components etc arms/strobes/lens adaptors etc. Thanks keep it up!
    2. victor
      victor
      Interceptor. We are looking at Bunaken and lembah. Read you pre trip thread. How did your trip go? Any recommendations etc. I am a stills photographer, wife dives but not as enthusiastic as I. Thanks for any advise.
    3. W8less
      W8less
      Thx for the tip on the Sony RX100. It is not a camera that I would have initially looked at but on a closer look it has everything that I want in a small point & shoot. I would really like to keep my Inon wet lenses so I would be interested in how you made the AD adaptor work with the nauticam housing. Are your strobes hardwired to the camera or fiber optic slave fired??
    4. Quero
      Quero
      Hey, hadn't seen this, sorry! I was in Pakistan for a couple of weeks and then straight to the US for some meetings, which ended yesterday.

      I saw a message Jeaw sent to you. Didn't you get it? I guess I can forward it.

      Basically, she was talking about the capitalization of the company as a factor of the number of work permits you need. The capitalization is only on paper... you don't really need money for it, but it does have some tax implications (not huge ones, though). If I were you, I'd just do the smallest cap you can to get the single work permit you need. If later on you'd like to expand your business, you can always increase the capitalization.

      Anyway, it's easiest if you write to me outside SB as I will see the messages.
      dive.with.marcia@gekkoscubadivers.com

      M
    5. Quero
      Quero
      Oh, but I am out diving! Today I'm taking my just-certified-yesterday OW student on her first "real" dives! With her 15-logged-dive hubby as her buddy. They are going to love it!
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    Location:
    Weybridge, UK
    Gender:
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    Certification Agencies:
    PADI
    Certification Level:
    Instructor
    Dive Classification:
    Instructor / Assistant Instructor / Dive Master / Dive Con
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