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tiger21

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1020 on: 25 Jun 15, 14:44 »
Fun In Singapore...  I thought a lot of shops also sell.. Saw them during ADEX?

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1021 on: 25 Jun 15, 15:38 »
I think there is a member who wanna sell away his SRP tray and arm for the Gopro in the forum.
Is there any shop around here that i can buy tray and arm for my gopro? Or any camera shop sold those stuff..
I do agree that the Mola-Molas are a MYTH!

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1022 on: 22 May 16, 21:48 »
Any updates on Polar Pro Switchblade 2.0?

Am going Bali in Sept and if not good enuff or any macro + red filter to intro?

Am using GoPro 4 silver and plan to get the SRT tray and get a set of vid lights

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1023 on: 23 May 16, 00:54 »
It's a okay thing.
Be careful with it though as I have seen some that fall into pieces after a while. Still the marcomate mini and srp Murami lens are way better.

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1024 on: 23 May 16, 10:12 »
Any idea for vid lights? How much lums r average?

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1025 on: 23 May 16, 16:05 »
1200 lumens min.  At Least 100-120 degree wide.  2 pieces better if u want to cover the whole wide angle.
Light must be able to adjust lumens since u are interested to do macro.
And finally..  Dun get a freaking heavy light as the gopro is really light and small...  Add a freaking heavy light to it.. Will make it unbalanced

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1026 on: 15 Mar 17, 09:58 »
GoPro Settings when Diving
Nowadays people are using GoPro when they are taking videos underwater. GoPro is a camera founded by an American technology company that can resist extreme weather condition, including (if you are using the housing of the camera) underwater diving condition. Its simplicity and handiness attract diversí attention all around the world. Letís find out how to maximize its usage when you are shooting underwater.

As this digital camera is a straight forward camera we are going to focus on how to set your default to get the best results possible.
Source: http://www.divingmaluku.com/2016/10/gopro-settings-diving/

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1027 on: 17 May 17, 15:00 »
Hi. How do you guys attached your Gopro on Camera housing?

Just attached hotshoe and connector?

Anyway to secure it?
revolution is nothing but the start of the next fall.

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1028 on: 17 May 17, 23:10 »
Hi. How do you guys attached your Gopro on Camera housing?

Just attached hotshoe and connector?

Anyway to secure it?

I used this mount from Fun-In:
http://www.fun-in.com.tw/oc/index.php?route=product/product&path=177_187&product_id=2274

There are two plates; the lower one you screw tight against the hotshoe mount whilst the second against the Gopro tripod mount.

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Re: ScubaSG's Official GoPro Discussion Thread
« Reply #1029 on: 18 May 17, 11:47 »
I used this mount from Fun-In:
http://www.fun-in.com.tw/oc/index.php?route=product/product&path=177_187&product_id=2274

There are two plates; the lower one you screw tight against the hotshoe mount whilst the second against the Gopro tripod mount.

yeah seems like most people using it.

But is there anyway to secure it? I bought from Fun-in too and used for my trip.
It fell off when i back roll into the water and luckily able to retrieve it at the coral.
found out the gopro tripod mount crack at the bottom. i assume i over tightened it.

now I am trying to find other way to actually secure it so even if it ever fell over again, it won't drop all the way?
revolution is nothing but the start of the next fall.