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  • Underwater Viewing Systems
    Predive sites. Check out what's down there before you dive. Allow non dovers to see what's down there. Search and Rescue teams can use this without sending a diver into a dangerous situation
    http://www.stamar.com
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  • UR/Pro Underwater Camera Filters
    UR/Pro has the only patented underwater color-correcting filters in the world! Use sunlight and/or electronic flash. Each UR/Pro optical glass or optical plastic filters transmit natural colors of fish, corals & undersea life to your film or video camera.
    http://www.urprofilters.com/
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  • Vexilar
    Marine Electronics for fresh water and ice fishing. Our model FL-8 continues to be the top color flasher depth finder. Since 1960, Vexilar has been a leader in marine electronics for one very good reason, Vexilar makes the highest quality sonar system in the world. Take a look at the next generation of flat screen Flashers, the FL-12, FL-20 and the all new FL-22HD. They round-out the classic Vexilar family of Flashers, the FL-8 and FL-18. and new to the Vexilar line is are Fish Scout Underwater Cameras, with industry leading DTD technology, with a cool Double Vision option. Take a few minutes to check out the features of these amazing angling tools. Also offering clothing for ice fishing. Minneapolis, Minnesota
    http://www.vexilar.com/
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  • VideoRay
    VideoRay is in business to make ROVs more accessible to more people who want to explore and capture the undersea world on video. Until now, the cost, weight, and complexity of ROVs (remotely operated vehicles) was limited mostly to larger commercial diving operations.
    http://www.videoray.com/
    (Added: Fri Jan 17 2003) - Report this link as bad!
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