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The Art Of Diving - US Edition Photo

The Art Of Diving - US Edition

Congratulations to Wetpixel’s associate editor Alex Mustard on the publication of the special North American edition of his book The Art Of Diving, which went on sale this week. Unlike the European language editions the North American book is hardback and includes more detailed captions for the photographs. The North American edition is published by The Lyons Press.  You can also read more about the book and see sample pages on Amazon.

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Captain Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd to speak at Oceanblue Divers Photo

Captain Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd to speak at Oceanblue Divers

Oceanblue Divers, a New York-based dive club, is pleased to announce that the founder and president of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Captain Paul Watson, will be speaking at the club’s first anniversary party on October 4, 2007 at the Ultra Lounge in New York. Captain Watson “will make a special presentation on the state of the world’s oceans and how we can make a difference by taking action to help protect the diversity of life they support.

There will also be a raffle drawing held at the event, with the grand prize of a 10 day/8 night dive trip in the Red Sea including roundtrip airfare from New York to Cairo. Attendance is limited, and tickets must be purchased for admission. Continue reading for the full press release…

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Noam Kortler featured in underwater exhibition Photo

Noam Kortler featured in underwater exhibition

Wetpixel member and owner of Nemo Divers Noam Kortler’s underwater photography will be featured in Eilat, Israel on October 4-6, 2007. This unique exhibition will showcase forty of Kortler’s images mounted on foam PVC board and displayed underwater. Prints will be sold to the public during the exhibition, with 10% of sales supporting cancer research.

DivePhotoGuide has the full-story - be sure to congratulate Noam if you’re in the area!

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Sea & Sea to debut new Canon, Nikon housings at DEMA Photo

Sea & Sea to debut new Canon, Nikon housings at DEMA

Sea & Sea has informed us that they will be premiering working prototypes of underwater housings for the Nikon D300, Canon EOS 40D, and Canon 1D/1Ds Mark III at this year’s DEMA dive convention. In addition, the company hopes to have a mock-up of a DX-D3 housing for the upcoming Nikon D3 dSLR.

Continue reading for a sneak peek at the DX-D300, Sea & Sea’s housing for the Nikon D300…

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Norbert Wu reviews three underwater housings for the Nikon D200 Photo

Norbert Wu reviews three underwater housings for the Nikon D200

Professional underwater photographer Norbert Wu, whose work from Antarctica has recently been featured on the Time magazine website, has had the opportunity to use a variety of housings with his Nikon D200. Currently, he owns Ikelite, Light & Motion, and Sea and Sea, and recognizes there are distinct advantages and disadvantages with each system.

In this detailed review and comparison, Wu examines each setup based on his personal experiences “from a “real user’s” point of view…intended for photographers who may be in the market for such housings.” Included are many excellent example photographs, not only of the hardware but also from the underwater environment…

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New Discovery television series: Quest for Sunken Warships Photo

New Discovery television series: Quest for Sunken Warships

If you missed the premiere of the new Discovery: Military series “Quest for Sunken Warships,” don’t worry - Torpedo Alley will repeat on September 29 and 30, 2007, and the second episode, Operation Hailstone, detailing the battles near Truk, is set to air on October 3.

All underwater portions of the show were filmed with the professional version of the Amphibico Phenom by Dan Crowell, alongside dive team members David Ulloa and Becky Kagan. Visit Quest for Sunken Warships to learn more about this four-part series…

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Sneak peak from Light & Motion: LED goodness Photo

Sneak peak from Light & Motion: LED goodness

Here’s a sneak peak at one of Light & Motion’s new LED based video lights. The 18 LEDs combined with a peened reflector gives a light output of around 2000 lumens, or 35% brighter than Light & Motion’s 21w HID lights.

Instant on, solid-state lights that never have to have a bulb replaced?  We like it.

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