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How to Gauge Our Buoyancy Control Proficiency?

How to Gauge Our Buoyancy Control Proficiency?

Buoyancy control is undeniably a very important skill. Honestly it's not something that can be mastered instantly by many divers.  So how to gauge our buoyancy control proficiency? I'll break it down into 3 levels (base on my personal opinion)Level 1** Still adjusting for proper weighting** Moving up and down with each breath** Sculling with hands and legs to stabilizeLevel 2** Able to steadily hover in a relaxed and trim position** Hands and arms are stationary (least movements)** Able to control ascend and descend through continuous, conscious breathing. Level 3** No sculling with hands and legs** Multitasking while steadily hovering with...

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[LIVE] OrcaTorch Facebook Live #3 with Baron Abas / D530V & Snoot Dive Light

[LIVE] OrcaTorch Facebook Live #3 with Baron Abas / D530V & Snoot Dive Light

We lived streaming with Baron Abas on Facebook at 8pm(GMT +8) May 19th. Schedule:Tonight’s Giveaway: D530V & Snoothttps://bit.ly/D530VSearch For Atlantis Photo Contesthttp://bit.ly/searchforatlantisVideo Light Intro: D530V & SnootSpecs & FeaturesUnboxing & Up Close ReviewUnderwater Video Tips- Techniques- Camera- EditingQuestions & AnswersLucky DrawCheck out with D530V & snoot promo code OrcaTorchD530V before 31 May for 10% discount on OrcaTorch online store. Limited unit. Click here for more info: https://bit.ly/D530V

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Should You Get an OrcaTorch D520 Dive Light?

Should You Get an OrcaTorch D520 Dive Light?

Let’s keep this review short: Should you get an OrcaTorch D520 dive lights? I would like to show you the four fields I personally see the light and experienced it at.

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10 Things Scuba Divers Need to Know

10 Things Scuba Divers Need to Know

Regardless of a diver’s experience, skill, confidence, and level of qualification, there are certain things that every diver should remember. This is important not only for the safety of divers but for the conservation of our underwater environment as well. 1. Do NOT Touch!As divers, we often don’t realize the extent of damage that we can cause simply by touching the marine life, whether it’s a turtle or some colorful coral. Touching coral can cause permanent damage, ultimately causing it to die. Divers should at all times avoid chasing or touching any marine animals. 2. Don’t Follow Peer PressureAll divers...

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How to Take Black Water Video?

How to Take Black Water Video?
There’s a new trend in underwater videography and it’s called black-water video. It’s derived from a similar application in underwater photography. In short, this form of video entails footage of marine animals taken with a black background. This blackness is a result of diving at night. It also means you’ll see creatures that divers don’t normally see during their usual daytime dives. Here are some tips for taking incredible black-water footage.

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