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Nauticam WWL-1b wide-angle optic

The wet-changeable underwater wide-angle conversion optics supports full zoom range, allowing flexibility for various underwater shooting situations. It is compatible with various lenses from Sony, Sigma, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Canon, and FujiFilm. It is recommended for zoom lenses that start at a 28mm focal range (for instance the Sony 28-60mm). When using a 28mm lens, the maximum field of view is 130°.

SEACAM housing for Canon EOS R5

According to the announcement, the housing will offer full access to all camera controls, including the rear multi-controller. It will accept both CANON R- and EF-mount lenses (by using Canon’s adapters) and will include three ports for strobe triggering, vacuum, or remote control. Furthermore, an HDMI 2.0 port will be included.

Dates of completion of development and availability are not yet confirmed but are expected to be announced within a short time.

LG monitor

LG 31.5i Ergo IPS UHD 4K monitor

With photographers and graphic designers in mind, the 31.5-inch “Ergo” monitor by LG features a full UHD 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160px, 95% coverage of ADOBE RGB 1998, reduced color shift at any possible viewing angle, and an “Ergo stand,” which offers expanded ergonomic adjustments to extend, retract, swivel and pivot the unit as well as adjust its height and tilt. Furthermore, the monitor provides USB Type-C input and output, HDMI, audio out and USB 3.

Nauticam housing for Fujifilm GFX 100S

The Nauticam NA-GFX100S places all the important controls at the underwater photographer’s fingertips, including AF-ON and Q controls via a double lever near the right handle, as well as Playback and DISP via a double lever near the left. The housing supports Nauticam’s well-known N120 port system, thus supporting Fujifilm’s GF-mount lenses. Nauticam’s water contact optics, such as the WACP-2, are supported as well.

New E-Book Available - 101 Tips for Underwater Photographers

The first book in the Wise Divers eBook series, 101 Tips for Underwater Photographers is written and photographed by longtime, professional underwater photographer, Marty Snyderman, and designed and edited by Eric Riesch.

The tips provide suggestions for underwater photographers of all experience levels and offer valuable reminders and guidance regarding a variety of concepts and techniques.