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Discovering Dominica

by Nadia Aly

Videos : Channel: Scuba Diver Life TV

Discovering Dominica

Come Discover Dominica with us and see what this fabulous Country is all about!

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Sealife Reefmaster

The compact SeaLife ReefMaster underwater camera is waterproof all the way down to 200ft/60m, features enhanced color correction firmware so the colors in your photos are bright and accurate, and is compatible with all of SeaLife’s lighting accessories.

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Sealife Cameras DC1400

The 14MP SeaLife DC1400 underwater camera is depth rated to 200ft/60m and features Super Macro Auto Focus down to 1-inch, a built-in wide angle lens, an onscreen Easy Set Up Guide and shoots HD Video.

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Sealife Camera Accessories

Get a good look at some Sealife Camera accessories.

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Sidemount Scuba Diving with the Hollis SMS 50

In this video we check out the Hollis SMS 50 and use it to learn how to sidemount dive in Mexico!.

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Aeris Jetpack

An overview of the Aeris Jetpack. A revolutionary BCD that takes the weight out of scuba travel!

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Going PRO with Bali Crystal Divers

Unlike many PADI Career Development Centre, Crystal Divers provide their GoPRO interns with unique support programs.

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Adventures in the Cayman Islands with the Cayman Aggressor

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How to Identify and Photograph Corals

Underwater photography tends to focus on megafauna or macro animal subjects. But learning how to identify and photograph corals can be just as exciting.
by Guest Author

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by Rebecca Strauss