1. ANDI Sidemount Technical Wreck penetration on the USS New York (ACR-2) in Subic Bay, Philippines. January 2012.

    Divers: Bruce Konefe and Andy Davis

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    # vimeo.com/37216162 Uploaded 285 Plays 1 Comment
  2. UW video has one major key: Lights!

    No matter if you´re using a compact camera, or a pro one, without the propper lighting the results are...

    This video was done while the camera was set for a 120W light set that was malfuncioning once on the water.

    A wreck to do again, with working lights!

    # vimeo.com/13474641 Uploaded 176 Plays 0 Comments
  3. Brenha Wreck: Testing New Light System & Rig

    # vimeo.com/13620343 Uploaded 103 Plays 0 Comments
  4. Achondo a wreck lying at 36m, almost intact when comparing with several others.

    # vimeo.com/27943855 Uploaded 365 Plays 0 Comments
  5. Achondo, Wreck part II. The water condensation due to the heat differences between surface and the ocean have compromised the dome, hence that water drop that keeps on rolling in front of the lenses.
    The vis on the spot wasn´t on it´s best as far as we were told; the lights used, had 100W power; to cut the sediment flashback, they had to be turned to 25% and even so..

    This video, besides giving an overall picture of the place, is also another excuse to go back and redo it, plus there are a few hints of what went wrong on the filming process and possibly a way for others to learn with these mistakes.

    Usually the cam stays inside a compartment filled with ocean water, to avoid those temperature differences, causing condensation on the inside; on this day the morning was cold enough, didn´t seemed that there was a need to cool it down; upps, assumption is the mother of all ...:D

    # vimeo.com/15225639 Uploaded 131 Plays 0 Comments

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