Real Scuba Exploring with a Doxa 5000T -- Video
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    Real Scuba Exploring with a Doxa 5000T -- Video

    I wanted to share a video of a friend of mine from Texas State University. His name is Fritz Hanselmann and he is head of the Underwater Archaeology Dept at Texas State. He was the assistant Instructor of the GUE Fundamentals diving class that I took from Doug Mudry in High Springs Florida this last year. Some of you might remember him from the video shared here last year of the possible Captain Morgan Shipwreck that he helped to excavate off Panama, Central America. He is a super nice guy, and it just so happens that He wears a Doxa 5000T. In this video, you can catch a couple glimpses of his 5000T Pro on Isofrane. Really Awesome video for me............How could it not be?? Diving, Watches, and Archaeology

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    Re: Real Scuba Exploring with a Doxa 5000T -- Video

    Here are a couple pictures.........

    Left to Right -- Doug Mudry, Myself, Fritz Hanselmann (He happened to be wearing his GShock this day)


    Getting into the water at Ginnie Springs. That's Fritz walking down the steps with the doubles.....Last person in the water


    Fritz and Ty getting the gear ready before we enter Ginnie Springs for class
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    Re: Real Scuba Exploring with a Doxa 5000T -- Video

    Sweet! I need to get my gear back on here in the not too distant future. Sometimes you forget how much fun it is until you see someone's pics!

    Thanks Jason.

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    Re: Real Scuba Exploring with a Doxa 5000T -- Video

    Outstanding Jason, thanks for sharing this! Ironically (to me anyway), I got my initial Open Water certification at Ginnie Springs (after classroom and pool work up in Michigan). This was between Christmas and New Years day, 1984 (if I'm not mistaken), so nearly 30 years ago!
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    Re: Real Scuba Exploring with a Doxa 5000T -- Video

    Cool.
    Thanks for sharing.


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    Re: Real Scuba Exploring with a Doxa 5000T -- Video

    Most awesome! Thank you Jason for sharing this impressive clip. Have always loved NG and especially enjoy the gratuitous DOXA shots. Thanks again.

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    Re: Real Scuba Exploring with a Doxa 5000T -- Video

    Excellent video. Even more impressive is the underwater camera work.
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    Re: Real Scuba Exploring with a Doxa 5000T -- Video

    Late to the party on this one, but cool vid Jason! It's good to see Fritz leading more research projects with his DOXA.

    When we all met in High Springs last year, one of the first things Fritz said to me after we met, was "Nice DOXA". I was wearing my 750T Searambler. I know he wore his G-hock some during that weekend, but he wore the 5000T that weekend too.

    I'll send him a PM, and see if he can drop by the forum to say hello.
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