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Old 08 September 2005, 09:04   #1
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Anyone know where I get something like this from in the U.K. ? Better still has anyone ever used one and are able to advise if they are actually any good ! Perhaps you have one to sell - PM me if you do. Further, if anyone else is turned on by this item and wants one pm me and I'll research discounts for bulk purchases !
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Old 08 September 2005, 09:11   #2
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All you need is a bucket with a bit of glass at the bottom!!! Seriously and they work quite well.

A more high tech solution is one of these

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Underwater-Col...QQcmdZViewItem

Technology has gone so cheap you can get some really good stuff now - waterproof bullet cams for 65 use leds for illumination - couple up to a laptop or portable tv etc - if you have a Raymarine E series you can use that - great for inspecting a hull etc!!!
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I just wana'.........

......let my 8 yr old look at the fish
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Bucket and bit of see through plastic sheet then!!!
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Chuck her in that way she gets to touch them too Des
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Old bucket cut the bottom out, that will do the trick!
Or mask & snorkel
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They have them on www.gaelforce.net and they call them aquascopes.

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All you need is a bucket with a bit of glass at the bottom!!! Seriously and they work quite well.

A more high tech solution is one of these

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Underwater-Col...QQcmdZViewItem

Technology has gone so cheap you can get some really good stuff now - waterproof bullet cams for 65 use leds for illumination - couple up to a laptop or portable tv etc - if you have a Raymarine E series you can use that - great for inspecting a hull etc!!!
Bought one off ebay yesterday, will let you know how good it is.

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Would be interested to hear what you have to say

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under water camera

Ive got a AQUA VIEW underwater camera and monitor its the best ever fish finder,underboat viewer,anchor finder,underfloorboards,down drains,up chimneys...all this ive used it for..
comes from america costs 250 -400 quid..
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