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    Deepest Doxa pics

    Hey just wondering if we could have make this a sticky and see where we can get an image of the deepest you've had your doxa.
    Here's mine at 96m in the bell and 112m to the bottom. Was at 180m 2 months ago but foolishly left the doxa at home.

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    Re: Deepest Doxa pics

    Very cool. Any chance of getting an outside "in the water" photo while you are working?
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    Re: Deepest Doxa pics

    You got me, by a long way. Deepest I have ever been was around 40M. That was on air with a couple stops, just because I spent a little time down there.
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    Re: Deepest Doxa pics

    Great idea for a thread, but let's see if it gains any traction first before we make it a sticky. The deepest I've had a DOXA was down to 150 FSW, and that was my 750T Searambler. My housing is only rated to 130 FSW, so no pics...but I do have a pic of my 1000T TUSA at 112.

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    Re: Deepest Doxa pics

    I've had my 800Ti down to 124' on the Mighty O but didn't get a picture of it.

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    Re: Deepest Doxa pics

    nice bell pictures, was it a mixed gas dive?

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    Re: Deepest Doxa pics

    Very cool pics! What an environment....not to be taken lightly!
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    Re: Deepest Doxa pics

    Yeah gotta be gas at that depth. Air would have a PPO2 level of 2.2 bar which would send you into the funky chicken big style. Think max air depth is about 74m for safety but in the offshore game it's limited to 50m.
    I've been in saturation at 18m haha. Money for jam!

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    Re: Deepest Doxa pics

    Will try and get a photo on the bottom near a well head or something but were on the midnight shift and gopro's are useless in low light.

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    Re: Deepest Doxa pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Belldiver View Post
    Will try and get a photo on the bottom near a well head or something but were on the midnight shift and gopro's are useless in low light.
    They have a gopro housing that is waterproof at that depth?? I need to get one of those. Some of the stills aren't as good as my U/W camera, but the video is pretty impressive as long as there is enough light. MUCH more portable compared to my IkeLite housing that I use with my point and shoot.
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