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Culebra, PR Tides 3 Day Tide Cycle – Chart 14 – 15 – 16 May 2020

Culebra, PR   3 Day  May Tide Cycle – Chart

Culebra Tide Chart-Cycle 14 - 16 May 2020

Culebra, PR  Tide Information

Intova Sports HD Takes on the GoPro Hero 3

Sport HD II

Waterproof HD Video Sports Camera

Video Resolution 1080p HD (30fps), 720p HD, 720p HD (60fps), WVGA1 (60fps), WVGA (30fps), VGA(30fps)
Video Codec H.264
Video File Type MP4
Photo Resolution 12MP, 8MP, 5MP, 3MP
Photo File Type JPEG
Digital zoom all modes except 1080p
Lens 140 degree wide angle, aperture f2.4
Depth Rating Waterproof to 200 ft / 60m
Important: to maintain waterproof seal, be sure to clean and remove debris from O-rings and lightly apply silicone grease before use.
Monitor 1.5″ TFT LCD
Power Built in 1400 mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery
Battery Life Recording time 3 hours @ 1080p with LCD off
Video/still image flip Flips image over when camera is held upside down.
Scene mode Auto, Night Scene, Sports, Landscape, Sunset, Sand-Snow, Spotlight, Diving,
Image Effects Art, Sepia, Negative, Black and  White, Vivid
Memory Support micro SD card up to 32 GB, Class 6 or 10 recommended.
Ports TV Mini out, Micro USB
Flotation Camera Floats
Housing Polycarbonate with UV injection, Patented Unibody design
Controls Full function control buttons
Dimensions (7 x 8.4 x 6) cm / (2.8 x 3.3 x 2.4) inches
Weight 179g / 6.3 oz
Model# SP1 N

Diving Photography Wall


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Some of the greatest pictures from Culebra’s Snorkelers, Divers, Kayakers, and Fishers

Diving Tip  –

Diving is a breathtaking means of exploring all that Mother Nature has to offer, in Culebra,  from her underwater wonderland.  The most important thing is to just relax. There is no need to hurry up.  Learning techniques for diving is about moving in the water without feeling breathless, fatigue or cramps which is the key to maximizing the enjoyment of your Culebra diving adventure.  Diving is an excellent way to view tropical fish in warm water to explore a coral reef. Both beginners and more experienced swimmers can learn to dive, as it doesn’t require much technical ability.  Relax and gaze down into an enchanting underwater realm.

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