24 Dec

Lessons Learned from Years with Diving

How to Choose Scuba Diving Lights When it comes to scuba dive lights, there are a number of uses for it on different scenarios during a scuba diving and one of the most common uses will be during a night dive, but the scuba dive lights can also be used during cave dives, when you are diving on an over cast days or even by simply looking into a hole or in between rocks on a normal dive day. For any diver, they really know what the light can do when they are under water; it brings out the natural color of the creatures as well as the corals since they lost its colors as the dive becomes deeper due to very little light that reaches the deepest part of the ocean. Without any dive light, it is impossible for you to appreciate the amazing wildlife that were hiding in crack and crevices under the ocean. If you are going on a night dive, the dive shop will often tell you to bring a dive light and most often they recommend you to bring two one is used as your primary light while the other is for backup in case the primary light fails in the idle of your dive. If any of you dive light fails or both dive lights fails, then it is highly recommended that you call off your night dive. If you are looking for a primary dive light, it best that you choose a wide beamed light as this will help illuminate wider area and will also help you overcome the darkness during you dive. If you are looking for a secondary dive light, you can choose a light that has smaller beam as this is great for illuminating small creatures in the ocean.
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Lights that illuminates brightly are not often great for diving since the water has large amount of particles and that you will be able to see less since you will also be lighting up the particles more than anything else.
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If you are an underwater photographer or videographer a very bright light can create hot spots not unless you have a bright wide angle beam. Recreational divers often choose to have the cheap torch with short burn time, but for those who are videographers, photographers, cave divers and wreck divers, they are often in search for a high quality bright torch that will last longer than those cheap ones. If you are looking for a dive light, check for the burn time of at least twice as much as your dive can last and it is also important that you look at the deep rating such as 50% extra. A good quality dive light will often have a ratings of at least 100 meters which means that it can hold up to the pressure.