Wetpixels Reaches 10000
Wetpixel once again confirms its number one place on the Internet for Digital Underwater Photography by reaching 10000 discussion topics in our Forum! That’s right, the 4250+ Members of Wetpixel have started over 10,000 different digital discussions on the various aspects of underwater photography. Our recently expanded moderation team helps keep these in check and makes it easier for you to find the most important discussions by pinning them at the top of the forums. Classic discussions are later transfered to the Best of Wetpixel Forum. Another tip for finding the most exciting discussion topics is to look at the number of views - anything that has been viewed more than 1000 times should not be missed. So jump in and get involved in the forum’s today.
Magic Filter Review
When Alex Mustard first announced the Magic Filter I was pretty excited as I was in the market for a red filter for my newly purchased 10.5mm wide angle lens. I was interested in a red filter because I wanted to experiment with the manual White Balance option that a digital SLR offers. As a full time underwater image maker, a lot of my work involves video and in the realm of underwater video, the red filter is king. When shooting video without lights and manually white balancing off a slightly off white slate, rich saturated colour can be captured from further away than what can be obtained using strobes on a still camera.
Scubadru’s Open Letter to the TSA
Have you found items missing from your checked luggage after a US flight? Anyone who’s traveled with expensive equipment can relate to the problems, especially frequent travelers. With the arrest of TSA inspectors and officers for theft and the losses incurred by travelers, it is time for US travelers to take action against the disorganized and ineffective TSA. TSA funding is allocated by federal lawmakers , i.e . congressional and senate control. If US citizens make it known of their displeasure and the inefficiencies of TSA, perhaps we will garner the change necessary to make our airport and airline security safer yet more traveler friendly.
Sea and Sea housing for the HDR-HC1 video camera
Sea&Sea introduces the VX-HC1 PRO video housing for Sony’s new, compact high definition camcorder, the HDR-HC1.
Sea and Sea DX750G
Sea and Sea has announced the DX750G - a new entry-level digital camera setup aimed at compact camera users.
Sea and Sea YS110 Strobe
Sea and Sea has announced the release of their new strobe, with new features designed to address some of the drawbacks noted by Wetpixel users for previous models. The strobe is more powerful and features a wider light pattern, due to the use of 3 flash tubes.
Sea and Sea Housing for Canon 350D
Designed for the 8 mega pixel Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT, the DX-350D housing melds sophisticated digital control with uncomplicated operation. Add to this hydrodynamic handling and the DX-350D puts the powers of advanced digital imaging into the hands of underwater photographs of all skill levels.
Sea and Sea Housing for Nikon D50
We’ve received a press release from Sea and Sea about their new housing for the Nikon D50. The DX-D50 housing is equipped with two N-connectors for strobes. The housing is also compatible with a full range of Sea&Sea NX ports for a variety of Nikkor lenses.
- New California bill seeks to ban Orcas performing in captivity (via )
- Getty images are now free for non-commercial use (via )
- Harp seal found on New York beach (via )
- Malibu protects dolphins and whales (via )
- Issue 14 of Anima Mundi magazine is now available to download (via )
- Sea Lions of the Galapagos Islands (via )
- How deep can fish swim? (via )
- Over underwater photographs in a tank (via )
- RED Dragon sensor outperforms Nikon D800e in DxO tests (via )
- March issue of DIVE magazine is now available (via )