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Sony Alpha underwater housing review

Mark Peters : 2008-12-07 00:30:00
Sony DSLR-A350 housing test : The Sony Alpha 350, put in the market by Sony, is a digital reflex camera for the advanced photographer. Professionals will probably find the speed of 2.5 frames per second too slow. However, underwater photography does not require extreme speed since you nearly always make use of flashes and you also have to wait for the flash batteries to recharge before the next shot is enabled. Sony uses Carl Zeiss lenses for the Sony Alpha 350. The Sony Alpha SLR camera is light with its 582 grams, as well as compact and has a pleasant hand-fit. The CCD sensor offers 14.2 effective megapixels. Pictures can be stored in RAW, JPEG as well as RAW + JPEG.


Diving on Cocos Island

Mark Peters : 2008-12-03 21:40:00
Diving on Cocos Island with the Nikon D300 : When I was a little child, going to Cocos seemed as difficult to me as flying to the moon. Not within reality. Now, 20 years later, I am travelling on a ship, the Sea Hunter, to Cocos, where I will dive with hammerhead sharks. And where I will test the Nikon D300 SLR camera with the Subal ND30 underwater housing. It seems unreal to me... Every-thing on board of the ship aimed at diving with hammerhead sharks. During the trip, the dive masters offer us an extensive briefing. They emphasize that we are 700 km away from the coast so we need to be extra careful.

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Underwater photography at photokina

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-09-22 09:54:00
Underwater Imaging World at photokina : One of the reasons why photokina is always worth a visit is that the fair brings new photography and imaging trends to life. This will also be the case in 2008, when visitors will be treated to the first-ever “Underwater Imaging World at photokina”. Covering more than 250 sq. meters, the experience-oriented event in Hall 5.1 will showcase the fascinating world of underwater photography. In cooperation with the partner organizations ColorFoto and Taucher.Net, first-time exhibitors from the underwater photography sector and established companies from the photography and imaging industry will be showing enthusiasts of this trend how they can shoot good images of the underwater world.


Canon EOS 40D underwater housing review

Mark Peters : 2008-06-27 14:00:00
Scuba Diving Adventure Panama : Panama means 'abundance of fish' in the indigenous language of one of the Indian tribes. In Coiba this is obviously the case. But due to a minor sight at times, the fish is not always clearly visible. Coiba is the largest island of Panama and consists mainly of ancient tropical rainforest. Between 1919 and 2004 the only occupants residing in Coiba were prisoners and their guards. During those years the island was closed for other people, let alone turists. In the meantime this situation has altered but still very few turists visit Coiba. One of the reasons is the fact that the island finds itself in a deserted faraway spot. And what might even be more important is the protected status of the island.


Red Sea diving with Olympus E-3

Karin Brussaard : 2008-05-06 12:00:00
Red Sea scuba diving with Olympus E-3 : The Olympus E3 is the new flagship based on the Four Thirds standard E-System. The Olympus E3 is an extremely advanced camera that can be used for every assignment and fully complies with the strict requirements of DSLR photography. I was given the opportunity to try out this camera underwater. Underwater the circumstances are different than on land and it demands a lot from the camera. The biggest problem is bleaching by the sun. A wide-angle shot of the coral and the sea usually doesn't turn out nice at the spot where the blue water and the lighter area of the surface meet. But the Olympus E-3 is perfectly capable of dealing with large differences between light and dark areas. > Read our Olympus E-3 underwater review.


Underwater photography with the Sea&Sea 860G

Karin Brussaard : 2008-04-11 10:25:00
Underwater photography with the Sea&Sea 860G : Sea&Sea is a leader in the world of underwater photography for many years now. Numerous underwater photographers have started with Sea&Sea cameras like the MMII and the MX10. At the time digital photography made its appearance Sea&Sea launched a new analogue camera in the market, the MMIII. This camera unfortunately never had the chance to prove itself. Shortly after this introduction the first underwater housing for a digital camera from Ricoh got introduced. Nowadays Sea&Sea produce their own cameras. The Sea&Sea 860G is a compact and light weighted 6.2 Megapixel digital camera with a 2.5-inch LCD monitor. I have tested the Sea&Sea 860G camera together with the DX860G underwater housing during a dive in The Netherlands.


Canon EOS 40D underwater housing from Sealux

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-02-05 16:01:00
Canon EOS 40D underwater housing from Sealux : Sealux introduced its new CC40 underwater housing for the Canon EOS 40D digital SLR camera. The Sealux CC40 has an aluminium housing, milled of monoblock CNC, hardanodised and specially sealed for highest sea-water resistance. An exchange of the storage card is possible with the installed camera. The CC40 underwater housing has minimal dimensions and weight, and can be just up to a depth of 90m. The Sealux CC40 includes functions like a release knob, main dial, mode selection, ISO and flash +/- adjustment, operating switch, White-Balance, LCD illumination, keys for AF-ON, AE storage and AF-measuring field selection, multi-controller key, Quick dialer with adjustment key, keys for menu, replay, delete, jump, INFO, picture style, zoom, lens release.






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