Scuba Diving 30m
ZONKO Action Camera:
Saves every single moment with your loved ones.
Records every stunning view under the sea!
Stunning Video in 4k World:
4K 25fps (3840*2160 pixels) offers a kind of immersive feeling.
Multiple resolution options:
4k/25FPS, 2.7k/30FPS, 1080p/60FPS, 1080P/30FPS,720p/120FPS and 720p/60FPS.
Captures 100% 4k ultra HD video and record every amazing moments.
WIFI & APP Control :
1. Download the iSmart DV from Google or Apple Store.
2. Press the Down/WIFI button to turn on the WIFI.
3. Look for the WIFI named 'iCam..' on your mobile devices. Connect It with: 1234567890
4. Open the APP iSmart DV on the mobile devices.
5. Enjoy long-distance control for edit, playback and instant sharing on social network.
Largest Capacity in Market:
Comes with 2 rechargeable 1050 mAh batteries enable up to 90 minutes video shooting.
Zonko ZK8000 action camera supports Micro SD Card up to 32GB, super convenient to choose extra storage.
Note:Please access to remote control after inserting the Micro SD card and format the SD card before using.
Video Resolution: 4k(25fps), 2.7k(30fps), 1080P(60/30fps), 720P(120/60fps)
Image Resolution: 12MP, 8MP, 5MP, 4MP @JPEG
Screen: 2" LCD Screen
WIFI: Built-in WIFI
Lens: 170 Degree Wide-Angle Fisheye Lens
Charging Period: Approximately 2 Hours
Input/Output: Micro USB/ HDMI
Battery: 2 x 1050mAh (one back-up
Time Lapse: 2s/3s/5s/10s/20s/30s/60s
Continuously Recording Time: Up to 180mins
Waterproof: Up to 100 feet
Storage: Micro SDHC Card up to 32GB (not included)
In the Box:
1x Zonko Sports Action Camera.
1x 2.4G Remote Control
2x 1050 mAh Battery
1x Waterproof Case
1x USB Cable
19 x Mounts and Accessories
1x User Manual
Note: Product has 12-month warranty. If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to contact us.
MUST HAVE! For those looking to take underwater videos
ADIKA - 40m Waterproof Light for GoPro and other capatible camera is a 3 LED dimmable waterproof lights the illumates in a full wide angle to make sure you capture all the underwater moments.
This GoPro Light Attachment is thoroughly testes and you can be reassured that it is of the highest quality, but make sure that you are not diving over 30 meters, as water pressure will be too strong for the thick plastic casing around the light
Compatible for all GoPro and other campatible camera as long as the housing fit the quick release mount on top of the light or connects to the 3 hinge buckle on the light
- 1x ADIKA Waterproof Sidelight for GoPro
-Quick Release Buckle
The Package Dimention - 16.5 cm(L) x 10 cm(W)x 4.5 cm(H)
Product Dimension - 7.5 cm(L) x 4.2 cm(W) x 7 cm(H)
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Diving at Ballast Rocks NSW Australia.
Since Harbour Elizabeth is known for four seasons in one day, one should capitalise on the fortunate weather – and I have been lucky enough to have been invited to scuba dive to one of about 20 highquality diving sites in the limit. The site to be explored is the final resting place of the SAS Haerlem – an old Royal Navy frigate that was purposely sunk to create an insincere reef in Algoa Bay. The Haerlem, built in 1958 and disarmed in 1963, had 12 holes blown into its hull by the SA Navy so it could be re-purposed as an unnatural reef perfect for divers. Legend has it that, ironically, the navy divers were not able to locate the wreck after it was scuttled and it was local recreational multifarious who eventually found it about a week later. Arriving early for the dive, I went for a stroll along the beachfront to take in the scenery and serene my building nerves. As I passed joggers on the boardwalk, folks preparing their waveskis for a row and bathers returning from a fresh swim I was again reminded why this burg is known as the Friendly City as people greeted me and smiled. I met the staff of Pro Dive and before I knew it, I was part of a group of 10 differing speeding out in a rubber duck towards were the SAS Haerlem now rests, 21m under the surface of the ocean. The wind in my face, I took a few domain breaths. The skipper stopped and signalled to dive master Dennis Guri, who casually threw himself backwards over the boat, disappearing into the incomprehensible water. Diving to the SAS Haerlem is an easy and safe dive as a line is tied by the dive master to the wreck and connected to a buoy floating on the exterior. The diver swims on the surface to the buoy and then follows the line down, letting the line run freely inside a circle formed by the thumb and ratio finger. I waited to go down last as I did not want to hold anyone up – it had been four years since my previous ocean dive. To start my descent was a endeavour. I was too positively buoyant and as I struggled to descend down the line, my mask started leaking. I was confused and panic gripped me as I concern about aborting the dive. I cleared my mask as I had practised the day before in the swimming pool during a refresher course and took a few deep breaths as I waited for the bubbles to forgiven up a bit. At about five metres below the surface, I felt the force of gravity pulling me down and the force of the air in my body and wetsuit pushing me up, for ever tipping over. The descent became easier and I drifted down to the old frigate. We moved in our buddy groups exploring the wreck slowly from end to end. I drifted weightlessly, focused, pacify and peaceful. The feeling of weightlessness and tranquility is unique to scuba diving. I imagine the closest feeling must be to float around in space. Port Elizabeth is homewards to some of the best scuba sites in the world and they are all just there waiting for those with the courage to take the plunge. Source: www.heraldlive.co.za
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