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Thorness Bay Protected Wreck video

Postby Scubbie » Tue Oct 30, 2018 7:22 pm

Recently a group of friends and I were invited along to help test a new dive trail. The site is protected as the wreck is of a sailing ship built somewhere in the mid to late 19th Century. They haven't yet positively identified the wreck, but enough work has been completed to show that this is a good example.

This is a video from the day:

[youtube]https://youtu.be/QtQDcdvhU1g[/youtube]

https://youtu.be/QtQDcdvhU1g

At one point you can see me in the video with my GoPro, tray & lights which I used to record the underwater footage. Also used was a Panasonic Camcorder and Panasonic DMC-G5. All the editing was completed within VideoStudio 2019 Ultimate. I am very grateful to Mark who shot the footage onboard showing all the divers getting in and out of the water.

I've added a number of links in the description to help anyone who may be more interested in finding out more about the wreck.
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Re: Thorness Bay Protected Wreck video

Postby Ken Berry » Tue Oct 30, 2018 8:45 pm

You don't say what resolutions were used, though from the cameras I would assume full HD. The opening sequences, though, looked as though they could have been 4K... All very interesting... but then again, I always wanted to be an archaeologist!! :oops: :roll:

One minor quibble, which has nothing at all to do with the video itself, related to the word "surface". In an underwater video, I would normally have assumed "surface" refers to the waterline between air and sea, but in the video it was clearly referring to the seabed. Or is "surface" a term of art used by divers when referring to the top of the seabed? (As I say, just a quibble from the nascent book editor in me -- and not detracting at all from an excellent video!) :wink:
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Re: Thorness Bay Protected Wreck video

Postby Scubbie » Tue Oct 30, 2018 9:37 pm

Sorry, it was all shot in 1080 either 50p or 60p. Rendered at 1080 50p. The GoPro & Camcorder record in 50p, the still camera in 60p.

I should have said seabed., rather than the surface. Whoops! I missed that one.
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