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NEW! Mesh Drawstring Goodie Bag- Large for Scuba Diving (ListedBuy) $9.95
Chaska, MN -- NEW! Mesh Drawstring Goodie Bag- Large for Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Water Sports Measures

Scuba Gear Used (American Listed) $40
Red Wing, MN -- This dive equipment is everything about 30yrs old. When or twice after a reconstruct, the regulatory authority with extra hoses is Scuba Pro and was just utilized. The weight belt is Scuba Pro with lots of lead. The hood and gloves are in fantastic shape. The steel tank has teemed with air all the while it has actually been saved. $40 takes it all. I believe the buoyancy vest may be shot, I don't understand for sure. Call Bruce in Red Wing at 651-327-XXXX.

Sea Life DC1400 Pro Duo Set Underwater with Camera Package (ListedBuy) $699.99
Saint Paul, MN -- Sea Life DC1400 Pro Duo Set Underwater with Camera Package with carrying case New never used! Sea Life DC1400 camera specs fourteen megapixel camera, 4288x3216, 4:3 aspect ratio26mm -130mm lens, F2.8-F6.5720p HD video (1280x720) at 30fps1/2.33" CCD sensor, about 2/3rds the area of a Canon S95/G12 sensor3in LCD, 230K pixels Takes SD memory cards Camera has built-in image stabilization Focusing Modes The Sea Life DC1400 has several focusing modes, including two " macro" modes. Which mode you use effects the allowed focusing distance, and how quickly the camera can focus. Here's the modes to use underwater: Infinity mode - very fast focusing, basically there is only shutter lag. But subject should be at least 3ft away. Best when shooting sharks, pelagics, or anything that won't come too close. Auto - pretty fast focusing, but won't focus closer than one foot - which will be frustrating if your subjects gets closer than 1 foot. Good for fish swimming nearby.





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