Now I'm a Doxa Diver

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    Now I'm a Doxa Diver

    Only had a disposable 50ft camera but got some shots of my first dive with a Doxa, my 800Ti. Worked like a champ and had no problem reading it...of course, it was like 50ft vis!

    The lagoon:



    Me and my girl...the girl, not the watch :



    60ft:



    x2:



    It was clear that my camera was made for snapshots. Every pic of my watch close up took a great pic of the ocean floor with a fuzzy, orange thing in the foreground!

    This was the best:




    What a beautiful place! Had a hard time leaving.

    Deacon

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    Re: Now I'm a Doxa Diver

    Great pics! That water sure looks wonderfully inviting!

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    Re: Now I'm a Doxa Diver

    Oh man, those are fantastic pics of a fantastic dive. I really need to hit up a dive vacation like that. The water looks amazing.

    I have to say Doxas are one of those watches that almost look more at home in the diffuse light of the underwater environment than on dry land.
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    Re: Now I'm a Doxa Diver

    Thanks guys! It was actually pretty reasonable for four days and incredibly beautiful weather and water.

    Deacon

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    Re: Now I'm a Doxa Diver

    Great stuff Deacon, and I hate that I missed this thread until now. Next time, post stuff like this in the main forum, as these sub-forums tend to be a ghost town.

    Where were you guys?
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    Re: Now I'm a Doxa Diver

    Wow, looks great there Deacon.

    Your girl has got some big dive computer to rival the Doxa.

    May I ask where this lagoon was? Its like you were in a pool.

    Then again, I've never dove in clear blue water like that. Only 15-20ft visability for me.
    Did you have any trouble reading the bezel? I've heard that its difficult with color and size of bezel fonts.

    Nice dive vacay. I long to go dive soon.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Now I'm a Doxa Diver

    Good stuff Deacon.

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    Re: Now I'm a Doxa Diver

    Can't wait for my next dive

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    Great shots!

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