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Old 09-11-2013, 10:03   #16
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It's a VHF and what?
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Old 09-11-2013, 13:28   #17
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It's a DSC handheld VHF with built-in GPS for divers.

The last thing I want to depend on when stranded in the water without my boat would be cell reception through a phone with depleted batteries from shooting video and stills of bottom life.
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Agreed, although I've got underwater cameras, Gopro black etc that are better for that so I doubt the battery would be depleted, but i get your point, it would only be useful for inshore dives in the US where cell reception is pretty much assured.
Just wondering on this thing that was posted, I assume it's maybe at most 1/4 watt, with three inches of antenna? How far could that thing transmit?
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Re: Waterproof Phone Camera Combos

Nikon Coolpix camera AW110: waterproof to about 60 feet, records locations in GPS (and when you surface), and wi/fis with your smartphone to transfer images to the Internet. It's small, powerful and the handiest camera I've ever had.
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Agreed, although I've got underwater cameras, Gopro black etc that are better for that so I doubt the battery would be depleted, but i get your point, it would only be useful for inshore dives in the US where cell reception is pretty much assured. Just wondering on this thing that was posted, I assume it's maybe at most 1/4 watt, with three inches of antenna? How far could that thing transmit?
1.85 watts
>24 hr battery life
Submersible to 425'
Small enough to pack in a pfd or bc
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