SeaLife Micro 2.0 64GB Camera

Welcome to the micro 2.0 64GB Camera Point. Shoot. Enjoy Small and ergonomic, the Micro 2.0 camera is easy to handle underwater, operating with three wide “Piano Key” controls. With a 16MP SONY® CMOS Image Sensor for stunning still images, full 1080p HD video and a built-in 130-degree Fisheye Lens, the Micro 2.0 provides everything needed to capture and share your underwater encounters down to 200 feet/60 meters. Permanently sealed and flood proof The Micro 2.0 has no doors or openings that could possibly leak. With 64GB of onboard memory, high capacity internal battery and WiFi, there's...
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SeaLife Cameras Are Back At Lone Star Scuba!

Introducing the NEW DC2000 SeaLife's most advanced camera Enjoy full creative freedom with SeaLife's new DC2000 digital underwater camera. Featuring a large SONY® 1” type back-illuminated 20MP image sensor and RAW formatting capabilities, the DC2000 will let your underwater inspirations guide you to stunning results. Full featured with nearly unlimited editing options With an ultra-fast auto focus and shutter response, you'll never miss a shot with the SeaLife DC2000. Take control of your creativity by selecting from the 8 shooting modes: manual, aperture, underwater, shutter, program, i...
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July 22-29 Roatan, Honduras, Trip to Turquoise Bay Resort

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Join us for a week of diving on Roatan, the largest of the Bay Islands in Honduras. Discover an island with authentic Caribbean and Latin American lifestyles and warm, friendly islanders greeting you wherever you go. Located on Roatan's Northeast shore Turquoise Bay is the only dive resort in this lush and remote area of the island providing you with the opportunity to dive uncrowded, pristine dive sites. The resort is set on a hillside with spectacular ocean views and a protected bay which makes the water calm and perfect for swimming and kayaking. Beach lovers will enjoy the private, tra...
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Live to Scuba 2017

Live to Scuba Event 2017
SCUBA DIVING is not just a hobby but a lifestyle. It changes its participants' lives, creates new relationships and opens new doors to adventure, taking us to places we never would have gone. The 2017 Live to Scuba event at Lone Star Scuba in Fort Worth will offer you the opportunity to see how scuba diving can change your life and how it has changed others. There will be guest speakers discussing all aspects of diving from exotic expeditions to the lifestyle of the professional diver. Give us a call to let us know you're coming! Diver Social Live to Scuba is a great way to meet new...
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Balmorhea State Park Fun Dive 11-12 February 2017

Balmorhea Fun Dive Weekend
Join us on a fun dive weekend, pure and simple, at one of the most beautiful locations in all of Texas, San Solomon Springs in Balmorhea State Park. This 100% spring fed 1.75 acre lake is crystal clear and the water temperature is 74 degrees all year round. A 3mm suit and thin hood are all that is necessary to stay comfortable. This event is planned as an unstructured opportunity to enjoy your sport under the ideal conditions of clear and warm water - just show up, dive and have fun! We will have three instructors on-site in case anyone wants to complete training dives as well. Link to Ba...
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2017 Dates: Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course in San Marcos

Our favorite local diving opportunity is Spring Lake in San Marcos, Texas just 30 miles South of Austin. Below are a few reasons why we love it. Spring Lake: Unique in the World. At the headwaters of the San Marcos River, more than 200 artesian springs bubble up to form Spring Lake. Here human history stretches back more than 12,000 years to the last ice age and natural history even further. Spring Lake is a jewel for divers. Spring Lake at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment is home to: Crystal-clear waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round One of th...
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An Evening with Ron Coley

Ron Coley Book Signing
Join Us Tuesday, December 13th @ 7:00PM for an evening & book signing with Ron Coley Ron Coley celebrates our relationship with water through his life’s work. As an award-winning filmmaker and photographer, an innovator of SCUBA equipment, and an educational leader, he explores a world that few have been privileged to see first-hand. Combining a mastery of the ancient art of storytelling with photography, Coley brings the mystical fresh water underworld to the surface to share with an international audience. Throughout his life, Coley has found himself in the right place at the ri...
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Some Highlights of DEMA 2016 – The World’s Largest Diving Trade Show

The Diving Equipment Marketing Association is the largest and most diverse trade show of it's kind on the planet. It is to the trade only, the public is not allowed, and is attended from all over the US, Europe and Asia. Not just recreational and technical diving equipment, but travel exhibitors from all over the world, training agencies, underwater photography and video, freediving/spearfishing and all types of seminars. It's like visiting Santa's workshop for diving. All of the new and cool stuff is there plus iconic personalities of the diving world (past and present), too. Below are a few ...
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Digital Underwater Photography Class Focused on GoPro Cameras & Editing

Frustrated with your GoPro?  Did you know you can shoot HD video and photographs at the same time?  Why do some people obtain fabulous photographs and beautiful movies from their GoPro, but you’re not quite there? Our new PADI Digital Underwater Photography class is for you! This is a step-by-step, “how to” class with extensive, specially-designed class materials developed and taught by Lone Star Scuba PADI divemaster Kelly Jones, whose work can be found on Facebook at Kelly Jones Underwater Photography and on YouTube at KellyDivePhotography.  Taught in two 2.5 hour classes, the ...
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Award Winning Film Yakona to Screen in Fort Worth to Live Music Score

Beautiful Spring Lake in San Marcos, Texas, has enriched the lives of humanity for at least 12,000 years and is considered by many one of the oldest permanently inhabited sites in North America. Formerly known as Aquarena Springs, the world's first "aqua arena" and home to Ralph the swimming pig. The San Marcos springs that pre-date the lake (formed by the second oldest dam in Texas) and have long been sacred and pivotal to the Native American tribes of South Central Texas. There are still sacred spring rites held there by indigenous Americans annually to this day. Yakona means "water risin...
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