PADI asks: what does diving mean to you?

Submit a two-minute video and win a Sealife camera

Author: Pat
12th March 2012
 

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Training agency PADI is launching a new drive to find out what you think of diving.

The question the global certifying outfit asks is “what does diving mean to you?”

a video competition

The winner of this recently launched competition will receive a brand new SeaLife DC1400 underwater camera worth about £450.

But before you start writing, this one is a video competition: so first and foremost you’ll need to dust off your trusty camcorder or charge up your phone.

Running time should be no greater than 2 minutes, and the video can feature anything you like – so long as it addresses the question.

Website visitors will then vote for the best video answer, with the winner receiving the camera rig.

You can upload your film clips to the PADI Facebook page.

PADI’s ‘what does diving mean to you?’ competition runs until March 28th 2012, so get your thinking caps on, get creative and happy filming.

 
 
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