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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    I sent a e-mail to them but they have not answered (still)...


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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    Quote Originally Posted by jradomski  View Original Post
    pc- personal computer, not necessarily a windows machine...

    their software is both windows and osx compatible...
    Downloaded we will see how much that may help with low lighting problems

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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    Technical divers in New Zealand, on a National Geographic supported cave diving expedition into the Pearse Resurgence, successfully used the H2OV system at depths of 194 meters, 636 feet … WOW, looks like we might have to increase the rating (more info at) Press

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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    Quote Originally Posted by GMSconcepts  View Original Post
    successfully used the H2OV system at depths of 194 meters, 636 feet … WOW, looks like we might have to increase the rating
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    Great news


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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    The quality of the video looks nice.

    I couldn't help but notice the poor buoyancy/trim of the CCR divers starting at 3:18. Probably should have edited that part out. no?

    Cheers

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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    Any news about low light setting ?
    I'm looking around for an witness system (switch on and let it go on) to use on deep wreck .

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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    Quote Originally Posted by Naumachos  View Original Post
    Any news about low light setting ?
    I'm looking around for an witness system (switch on and let it go on) to use on deep wreck .
    Average light metering does a pretty good job. I recently took footage of a wreck in 320 feet (100 m) with just ambient light on a cloudy day and was impressed with the job this little camera did. I had it on a scooter mount and just let it film as we went about the dive. I have footage on my Facebook page.

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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    Quote Originally Posted by barney  View Original Post
    Average light metering does a pretty good job. I recently took footage of a wreck in 320 feet (100 m) with just ambient light on a cloudy day and was impressed with the job this little camera did. I had it on a scooter mount and just let it film as we went about the dive. I have footage on my Facebook page.

    Sound interesting,have you tryed helmet mounted?
    Is it "bulky" or "wearable" ?
    I mean finning,not scootering
    You will have a new friend on FB in a few minutes.

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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    Quote Originally Posted by lof  View Original Post
    Great video!

    I happen to have one for sale.
    Brand new camera, never used. Housing used twice.
    $599 + shipping for the whole package.

    You coming to England any time soon?

    if so id be interested but the import and VAT kills it

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    Re: GMS Concepts H2OV heads-up video housing

    I built a little tripod for one of mine, from an old broken tripod I had in the garage.

    I also built a little camera mount on a 5 pound lead weight.

    I have found that due to the cameras small size, the slightest shake makes the video suck. So all I do is set the weighted camera and the tripod camera in a place I want to shoot. Than let them run on their own.

    If there is fish life you are trying to shoot. Set up the camera, hit record and swim away. The fish will come back out and do their thing.


    The Video Below was shot with the little 5 pound weight camera mounts.

    Last edited by Curt Bowen; 17th February 2011 at 21:17.

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