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This past fall we told you about the JVC Picsio FM-1, a deck-of-cards-size, eight-megapixel still camera that also happens to be a 1080p, HD video camera as well. Packaged with a compact housing from Ikelite, this miniature wonder was one of the hits of the past DEMA Show. And, with a suggested retail of just $460, it’s no wonder why. We’ve been playing with the Picsio for several months now, and would like to share — both visually and verbally — what we have more New Products From DEMA 2009 http:node..0912>

If you wanted to stand out at the recent NSS-CDS social at Jackson Blue spring, all you had to do was wear back-mounted doubles. If you did, you would be among the half dozen or so divers wearing this rig. The remaining 70+ divers were sidemounting. Cave divers in the USA began adopting sidemount in the early 1980s, as a means of passing through bedding planes recreational divers more The Ultimate Diver Vehicle? http:node..transit_connect.jpg" alt="Transit Connect" width="150" height="150" p>

We literally stumbled across one of these this morning that had made its way to Florida from Michigan. And let’s face it: Is that $45,000 F-250 going to feel so sweet when diesel reaches $5.00 a gallon? The Ford Transit Connect is smaller than a minivan, yet offers more

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Although cylinders are made of non-shatterable metal, they still can tear apart with explosive force, fire off the valve, spin or take off at high speeds through walls, causing severe bodily harm, death and destruction. The hydrostatic test actually measures the elastic expansion of the metal and its ability to return to its original shape within 10 percent of the original volume. The water test is safe since it cannot compress or expand like more Fins Pack Power in Smaller Size http:node17">read more