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Great video of a new dive site!

StreetDoc - if that was you shooting the video, what camera were you using? From the mirror shots, it looks like you were primarily using ambient light and the quality is great.
 

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Great video of a new dive site!

StreetDoc - if that was you shooting the video, what camera were you using? From the mirror shots, it looks like you were primarily using ambient light and the quality is great.

Thanks, I was using a Kodak zi8 shooting in 720/60 with an ikelite housing. I only had one handle on the housing so it made staying smooth a little difficult, hopefully the next vid will be even better when I have another handle. I'm very impressed with the camera! (especially for $175) No video lights, just my can light.
 

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Thanks, I was using a Kodak zi8 shooting in 720/60 with an ikelite housing. I only had one handle on the housing so it made staying smooth a little difficult, hopefully the next vid will be even better when I have another handle. I'm very impressed with the camera! (especially for $175) No video lights, just my can light.

I was looking at that camera and housing and with that video I'm 90% sold. I was considering the Ikelite Pro-V8 light as well. A buddy has that light and repeated blinded me in the Cenotes in Mexico. How is the camera for taking stills?
 

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There are only two buttons on the housing- record on/off and power on/off. Honestly I haven't taken any stills with it so I'm not sure. The only additional thing that I could see purchasing would be the ikelite wide angle lens.
 
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