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PADI Photo Course

PADI Photo Course

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Product Code: Photo
Manufacturer: PADI

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From simple point-and-shoot cameras to more high-end equipment that shoots high-definition images, youll find a system that meets your video and photography needs.

PADI Photo Course

With the rise of digital photography capabilities, there are now numerous options for capturing images underwater. From simple point-and-shoot cameras that take both photographs and video to more high-end equipment that shoots high-definition images, you’re sure to find a system that meets your needs. Visit your PADI Dive Center or Resort to get advice about underwater imaging equipment.
Standard Features

Underwater housing – Although some cameras are water resistant to very shallow depths, none can perform at scuba diving depths without an underwater housing to protect them from water and pressure. There are camera housings that mount on masks, and others that can be attached almost anywhere.

  • Point-and-shoot – Compact, easy-to-use cameras designed for casual, fun pictures or videos. Smartphones and tablets fall into this category with the release of underwater housings for many models.
  • dSLRs – Digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex) cameras are for those who are serious about photography. They have multiple lenses and other accessories that make shooting more productive and convenient.
  • Full-featured – These cameras bridge the gap between point-and-shoot and dSLRs by offering a moderately compact, easy-to-use camera with many features of a dSLR.

Gear Included

Camera for use in class

Gear Requirements.
Basic personal gear. Mask, snorkel, fins, boots.
Scuba gear owned or available for rent.
  • Wetsuit (of appropriate thickness) or Drysuit
  • Regulators
  • BCD
  • Tanks
  • Weights