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LOST Camera Set up at San Clemente Island

Discussion in 'Lost, Found and Stolen' started by Scubarobin, Sep 15, 2020.

  1. Scubarobin

    Scubarobin Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Corona, CA
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    I know that it's a long shot considering the location but you never know.....
    On Sept 12th 2020, I was diving on San Clemente island at Castle Rock dive site.
    I was on the outer edge of the very thick kelp bed and had just surfaced. My camera set
    up got caught in the kelp and I felt a snag then a snap! It bent the ring holding my camera
    tray and by the time I looked down I saw the whole set up sinking. That split second of go
    get it.......but I knew I only had 590 PSI left. My buddy did not hear me yell for her, and of course
    I know my decision to not go after it was the safest decision.

    ***Camera set up is Olympus TG 5 camera & underwater housing, brand new Kraken Hydra 1200
    WSR dive video light, digital housing tray and long ball adapter.
    If found - please contact me.
     
  2. coldwaterglutton

    coldwaterglutton Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Connecticut
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    Oh no! Hope you find it. Was your name/contact details in the camera case?
     
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