Agreed, looks great, awesome job.
Thanks again guys
Great footage BTW Jon!
wow! gorgeous my friend!!! I really enjoyed this.
Totally agree with Johnny, also when working with underwater footage trying to correct a flat image @422 is hard to make it look good.
I'll echo Mike, here - how fares our fair cameras in confined space with hot little sensors? Does the water temp keep the system cool? Also, what batteries can squeeze into the housing, Gates and Aquavideo? Are we restricted to REDVolts or possibly AB Dionic 90? And finally... have you experienced or heard of condensation being an issue?
Temperature is fine, I spent 10 hours in a 31 C (nearly 90F) pool shooting a TVC and the camera was running the whole time, it never overheated once. I have the fans set manually to 100% on standby and 75% on record no problems at all. With regards to batteries I am using GMP 160's and I get two and half hours run time. I haven't had a issue with condensation but best practice is try and close the housing in an aircon environment or at least cool and dry. PVC housings suffer much worse for fogging that Ali ones. Plus I think having the fan on in the camera helps solve the problem also.
wow. awesome shots. my mouth is still wide open...
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