When you first start diving, the most difficult but important thing is to maintain proper buoyancy. This is even more crucial when you dive with a (big) camera! Neither do you want to damage corals or any marine life, nor your expensive toys. Also, you want to save your wrist from heavy lifting underwater and dragging “dead weight” around which affects your air consumption. Luckily, float arms were invented to support you and your camera rig. In this blog, we want to give you a quick guide on which buoyancy arms to choose for your SLR or mirrorless setup.
DIVING IN LEMBEH WITH 2:1 GUEST TO GUIDE RATIO
NAD-Lembeh Resort and the Lembeh Strait are famous all over the world for the peerless macro and muck diving. NAD-Lembeh is expert in Nitrox, Rebreathers, Photography – we do it all.
The Lembeh Strait region offers more than just face to face encounters with weird and wonderful muck critters. We also have wall diving, technical diving, big fish dives but most importantly – a lot of muck and sand.
NAD is also owner-operated, almost all year Simon and Zee are present on site. If they aren’t at the resort, they are off on a photographic adventure or diving. This also makes us different from any other resort we know – we still go on diving holidays. Our dive team is second-to-none, with 15 full-time guides who between them have over 100 years of diving experience in Lembeh.