The OrcaTorch D530 is an impressive dive light that packs enough power, over 1000 lumens, to be a primary dive light, yet compact enough to be a great backup light. The 5 degree super focus beam angle is very impressive as is the battery power and overall build. The light uses a titanium alloy side switch that offers 2 lighting modes, the high mode 1050 lumen and the low mode 220 lumen, which allows for easy operation underwater. The LED indicator light located on the switch button also lets you know the battery’s remaining charge.
I had a chance to test this dive light in the cenotes of Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. And in the salt water diving around Cancun and Isla Mujeres. The purpose of this dive light was to be used as a backup light in the: caves, shipwrecks and the night dives but I end up using it as a primary light since is very small and powerful. I also mounted on my camera rig as a focus light and for video. I was very happy with the performance, long lasting rechargible battery and strong design. Thank you OrcaTorch for a great product!
The Orcatorch D570 Laser Torch is a compact dive torch with a built-in laser pointer so you can use it to point out things to your buddy. A traditional 1000 lumen torch is quite powerful as an everyday torch but inside there is also a green laser pointer that you can use to point out things without having to get too close or disturb the wildlife too much.
As a beginner, how will you be able to more easily handle the situation underwater?
Looking at buoyancy in itself. It is actually the status of managing lifting and also managing the kind of gravity that you have in the water. When you come down in the water, the first time you need to empty your BCD of gas so that you can breathe out and then you will sink underwater, but if you don’t do anything else, once you started sinking a few meters and you will end sinking faster and then up hitting the bottom. We will start the diving on the beginner level in a very very shallow one and two meters depth however what we want to do is that we work with some tools for us to achieve what call the neutral buoyancy that we can be like in.
Doing It Right (DIR) is a holistic approach to scuba diving that encompasses several essential elements, including fundamental diving skills, teamwork, physical fitness, and streamlined and minimalistic equipment configurations. DIR proponents maintain that through these elements, safety is improved by standardizing equipment configuration and dive-team procedures for preventing and dealing with emergencies.
It really is easier than you think to get your scuba certification. We’ve got 10 tips for prospective divers that are designed to allay any nervousness or fears. We’d love to welcome you to the PADI Tribe!