This page is an entry in Shonas Diving Site.
I've amassed quite a lot of underwater footage of wrecks around the UK. All of it has been shot using a home-made underwater umbillical video system with an infra-red helmet mounted camera. Footage is monochrome and recorded onto digital8 tape.
The video system is switched on at the surface and runs throughout the dive, providing a record of the entire dive, and more importantly, a record of the shipwreck. This can be invaluable when trying to make sense of a wreck after only one or two dives. The footage is on sufficient quality to be able to review it frame by frame and produce a plan of the wreck as it is today.
The current list of wrecks covered include:
The original digital footage is of broadcast quality, but can supplied as a high-quality mpeg which will fit onto a single CD-ROM. These can be a great aid to planning a dive on a wreck with which you're not familiar. This MPEG footage can be supplied on receipt of a blank CD-ROM and the cost of return postage.