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I used GoPro 9, mounted on hot shoe, on top of Sea&Sea DX6G, which is designed for macro protography that GoPro is not designed for. This setup would give me a complete option for macro photography and action videography at a budget price.What camera you using?
Thanks for the compliment. I’m glad you like the videos.Disclaimer: 1) I could never engage in this dive. With my seasickness, a liveaboard is out of the question. I know people say things like "After the first day, you get used to it", or "They spend most of the time in a calm, protected harbor" or " The patch makes it better". Well intended, but I would have to be sedated to keep from jumping overboard. 2) I have seen my fair share of sharks, but never a tiger shark the size of a school bus! Even with the best preparation, I wouldn't have the calm logic to push Daisy away. That being said, I loved your videos! It is the perfect anecdote to this gloomy, grey November day. You did such an amazing job with the video editing, music and showcasing the amazing beauty and personalities of these creatures. I will just settle with living vicariously through you with these dives. Thanks for sharing and making me feel like I was there-minus the puking and freaking out.
p.s. the clip of the Tiger shark approaching the guy from behind made me think of the Seinfeld episode where Elaine gives the sneaky creepy office sidler a box of Tic Tacs so she can hear him sneaking up on her. I know, very obscure reference.