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Yes, I'm bumping up a year old thread...at least you know I searched first
Any ideas for pool practice? I've got a new video set-up I'd like to try and dial-in (been shooting stills up until now) as well as test out the Air-Integrated computer replacement for my stolen non AI computer before I hit some real diving.
Thanks all. I checked with one of my local shops (Adventure Scuba Company) and they let me join one of their pool sessions for $25 and everyone was very accommodating. The only downside (and they warned me of this) was that it was crowded. They had the "deep end" of the pool, and had about 35 divers in 4 different classes there. So I did get to test most of the new gear. The only thing I didn't do was test out my new SMB setup, as I didn't want to shoot up a line with 35 divers, many of them not yet certified all around to get tangled up in. But otherwise it was good to get in the water and play with some things.