Though I haven't done any business with these guys, everyone else
on the West coast seems to have done so.
OK terrible, long name, but a if you travel with dive equipment,
it's worth checking out. A couple of tips
Tech. Rumor is that Geoff at Camera Tech is about as good as
they get when it comes to underwater camera repair and fabrications,
at least according to Norbert Wu. Some interesting articles on UW
Photo. Great prices, great
service, even if it's in New Jersey.
Based in Spain, DiveInn claims to be the biggest and cheapest online
SCUBA store. The come recommended and they're one of the few places
you can find Kowalski
dive lights online.
Another well run site. I ordered some booties online, size 15 mind
you, and they arrived two days later.
What the Internet was made for. Search on "scuba"
or try the UW
photo equipment section and let it rip. Better yet, use the
personal shopper to find it for you.
Camera. Other than having a great store, their personnel have
a wealth of underwater photography knowledge. Check out their UW
Where would we be without Ikelite. Oh the memories of my first UW
housing. Their digital
meter is world class. They have a decent UW
photography tips section too.
Camera Distributors. Another great UW camera store. Very knowledgeable.
Not a great site, but they're an official Nexus dealer. I used them
to add some accessories to my housing and they did a bang up job.
USA. The best housing the in world. Well, maybe. I got a hell
of a deal on mine from Borneo
Divers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
USA. Not too interesting of an site but a good overview of products.
Check out the Coolscan
III (LS-30), which is probably the best slide scanner in the
world, for the price.
Distributing. Throw away your duracells and pick up some Mahas.
NiMH are way to go. No memory problems, fast recharging, long battery
Control Systems. The best strobe arms in the business? Probably.
That little O-ring on the ball joint makes all the difference in