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Splashcam/andor AquaLens

I'm looking to buy a underwater remote camera to be able to check the hull from time to time. I found two on the internet - Splashcam - LX 1000 Pole cam and Aquabotix - AquaLen. Has anyone used either or have any information regarding them. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Splashcam/andor AquaLens

Don't know abou those cameras, but I recently got one soemthing similar to this http://www.rakuten.com/prod/waterpro...47791405.html# at Home Depot for less than $100. I'm loving this thing so far - can see places and "go" places that I never could before. Could check out the prop with this thing as well.

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I use a $70 waterproof Kodak Playsport 3 for all my sailing videos...seems to work fine, even in HD, although we have a better land video recorder.
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Go Pro, waterproof case, stick.

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