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Waterproof case from Canon

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-08-03 19:09:00
Waterproof case from Canon : Bring your holiday photography to new places with a Canon digital camera and waterproof case. Whether you’re planning to snorkel, scuba dive or simply wet your toes, packing a waterproof case is a great way to make sure you capture every special moment of your summer travels. There’s nothing quite like a photo with rare sea creatures or the vibrant colours of tropical coral. Canon waterproof cases are available for most PowerShot and Digital IXUS cameras. And with the Underwater mode on many Canon cameras, you don’t have to be an expert to get great shots. Each waterproof case provides a carefully moulded watertight shell that protects your camera against sand and water up to depths of 40 meters.


Underwater housing for camcorders

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-08-01 09:35:00
Universal underwater housing for camcorders : Sealux Universal housing with integrated high-resolving 16:9 color monitor will fill you with enthusiasm. Our 17 years of experience in building underwater housings is reflected in the new underwater housing UNM190 from Sealux. The result is an universal housing with highest flexibility, easy handling, solid and reliable. More than 100 camcorders find a functional and safe housing up to 90 m depth. With minimal dimensions and lightest weight we fulfil the topical requirements. All Sony camcorders can be used which are equipped with a LANC-socket for remote control. The camcorders should not be larger than 190mm, wider than 132mm and higher than 116mm.


New York underwater photography

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-11 00:29:00
New York underwater photography : The New York Underwater Photographic Society, is the youngest and fastest growing in the world. Based in the heart of New York City, the Society launched in April of this year, and already has over 120 members. The NYUPS will host a special event on Thursday July 12, 2007 at 6:30PM, at The Rock Theatre in the Times Square Arts Center, 300 West 43rd St at 8th Avenue, in Manhattan, for members and anyone wishing to learn more about underwater photography. Michael McNamara, Technical Editor of Popular Photography and Imaging Magazines will be presenting New Gear Preview & How to Produce Amazing Underwater Prints, and underwater photographer Mark Snyder, will present Improving Your Underwater Lighting.


Olympus underwater housings and accessories

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-09 02:02:00
Olympus underwater housings and accessories : Olympus gears-up for summer with new underwater housings and accessories for its digital cameras - from point-and-shoot to D-SLR (digital single lens reflex). For millions, the peak travel season of June through August means fun in the ocean, lake or pool. Weekend sun worshipers to serious divers can easily capture their adventures beneath the surface (down to depths of 40 meters / approximately 133 feet) using the new Olympus housings. The new Olympus underwater housings and accessories will be available at retailers in June 2007. The new housings - both compact and D-SLRs - are for use in depths down to 40 meters (approximately 133 feet).


Underwater photo and video festival Wakatobi

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-02 16:30:00
Underwater photo and video festival Wakatobi : Situated in a small archipelago just Southeast of Sulawesi, in central Indonesia, Wakatobi is truly a slice of paradise with exceptional diving and endless photo and video opportunities. So where better to hold an underwater photo and video festival! You can choose to spend a week on board the Pelagian live aboard, or a week at Wakatobi resort - or both! There's plenty of opportunity to participate and hone your underwater photo or video skills among some of the healthiest reefs in the world. Photographers and videographers will be able to focus on wide angle and macro all day long, both on scheduled boat dives or on the world famous house reef.


Scuba divers photography meetup group

Mark Peters : 2007-07-02 11:37:01
Scuba divers photography meetup group : The "Scuba & Underwater Photographers Meetup Group" brings together scuba divers who are interested in learning how to take pictures underwater or polishing the skills and techniques they already know. The group is open to all certified divers, photographers at all levels, and even divers who are not photographers and are just interested in dive travel with fun people to tropical destinations. The Meetup Group is organizer is Bonnie Pelnar, who is a world-traveler, avid scuba diver and underwater photographer for over 20 years. She is the author of "The Digital Workflow For Underwater Photographers", part of a series of online courses about underwater photography available at the website.


Underwater photography at Scuba Show 2007

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-25 11:01:00
Underwater photography at Scuba show 2007 : Popular underwater imagery websites DivePhotoGuide & Wetpixel teamed up with SCUBA Show to develop an annual international competition. The 1st annual Under The Blue competition was a tremendous success. Entries flooded in from around the globe, and were on display during SCUBA Show in Long Beach, California, June 2nd and 3rd, and are now posted online at the official competition website. Photographers competed in four still image categories, including a category for images that focus on California’s unique and beautiful underwater environment, and one video category. Winners shared more than $20,000 in prizes, including premium dive travel, and underwater photo & video equipment!


Canon IXUS underwater case review

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-02 19:00:00
Canon IXUS underwater case review : Today's dive has been planned for the Ari-Atol in the Maldives. During our briefing we were warned that the currents were strong. Everyone prepared themselves for what was to come. I had chosen that day to test the Canon Digital IXUS 900 Ti digital camera in the WP-DC7 underwater case. While I was preparing my diving equipment, I noticed that the currents were indeed strong. When everyone was ready, we jumped overboard, one by one. Once in the water, it is important to descend quickly and get close to the reef. If you don't do this, there is a risk that the current will push you away from the reef and this will mean the end of the dive. The reef passed us by as if in a film.






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