THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED.
For this week’s competition, we’ve teamed up once again with our good friends at Cressi to give away another of their new Calibro masks!
Cressi’s next generation diving masks are all equipped with the IDF – DUAL FRAME TECHNOLOGY which offers exceptional field of view, and the new Calibro is no exception. The mask is designed so that the integrated face and frame allow for an extremely hydrodynamic and compact shape and a particularly wide lens, maintaining the mask extremely close to the face. The Calibro combines minimal internal volume with a phenomenal field of view due to the raked angle of the frame.
The buckles are, as always, directly integrated into the rigid skirt through a solid but flexible rubber attachment that allows you to adjust and place the mouthpiece without shifting the mask. A patented membrane surrounding the inner nose pocket which acts as a barrier and traps any moisture escaping from the diver’s nose involuntarily when breathing through the mouth. The result is that not only is the moisture channeled away from the lenses, thus avoiding the fogging up of them, but it also reduces the need to compensate for pressure.
To be in with a chance of winning this awesome prize, all you have to do is answer the following question:
In a recent post (which you can read here), we reported on the Northern Underwater Photography Group’s April 2018 meeting. Those attending were treated to a talk from which underwater photographer?
A) Josef Litt
B) Alex Tattersall
C) Paul Duxfield
Answer A, B or C to the question above: