Aquatica Kodak Housing
We have just posted some sample underwater photos taken by Mauricio Handler as well as a few shots of the new Aquatica housing for the 14 megapixel Kodak 14n/ProSLRn. I too own a Kodak ProSLRn and I'm excited to give this housing a try. Make sure to check out Mauricio's sample images, taken with the older Kodak 14n. They look great posted at web size, but when printed at 20” x 30” is when these megapixel monsters really show their stuff.
Ocean Brite / Equinox Housings
Ocean Brite Systems and Equinox Underwater Products are pleased to announce the release of the Universal Underwater Digital Vision Housing.
The new housing is designed to fit in excess of 40 different digital cameras from a wide variety of manufacturers such as: Canon, Casio, Fuji, HP, Kodak, Kyocera, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Sony & Toshiba, and is offered in two configurations–the Standard Housing (5 Controls) and the Pro Housing (all major controls, camera dependent).
Ocean Brite also carries a full line of optional accessories for these Housings including; a 20mm Wide Angle Lens, a 2X Macro Lens, Color Correcting Filters, Single and Dual Digital Slave or Digital TTL Flash Packages (camera dependent).
p> Go to Ocean Brite’s web site (link below) and check the list to see if your Digital Camera is among those that they support.
Humpbacks in Tonga w/Stan Waterman
Grand Cayman Digital Jam 2005 - w/Alex Mustard
Wetpixel’s Dr. Alex Mustard will be hosting this year’s Grand Cayman Digital Jam from January 22-29, 2005.
Description: Calling all digital underwater photographers. Do you want to enjoy a week of photographic diving on Grand Cayman’s reefs and wrecks? Have the chance to socialize with other photographers and pick up tips from on site photo-pros? Do you want the chance to win over $20,000 in prizes? This is what you have been waiting for! And you only have to wait until the last week of January…
Aquatica Kodak 14n/ProSLR Sample Photos
Mauricio Handler had a chance to shoot the new prototype housing for the Kodak 14 MP DCS Pro 14n, 14nx, and ProSLRn on three trips recently. [Ed: Kodak makes 3 versions of this camera, the 14n with an
David Haas Reviews the Ikelite 300D Housing with eTTL Converter
Wetpixel member and contributor David Haas has submitted a review of the Ikelite 300D housing based on his experience shooting macro and wide angle in the Galapagos Islands. According to Dave:
The week of October 11-18, 2004 found me aboard the vessel Deep Blue in the Galapagos Islands . Ikelite had sent me a SLR-DC housing for the Canon Digital Rebel with their new eTTL circuit board to test. As of this writing the PC board has a new revision enabling it to work with Ikelite's DS125 and DS50 strobes plus most brand TTL strobes.
Ikelite 300D Housing with eTTL Converter
The week of October 11-18, 2004 found me aboard the vessel Deep Blue in the Galapagos Islands . Ikelite had sent me a SLR-DC housing for the Canon Digital Rebel with their new eTTL circuit board to test. As of this writing the PC board has a new revision enabling it to work with Ikelite’s DS125 and DS50 strobes plus most brand TTL strobes.
2005 National Marine Sanctuary Calendars and Address Book
Each year, the non-profit National Marine Sanctuary Foundation puts out a series of products featuring photographs from our underwater national treasures. For 2005 they feature a Telephone/Address Book, a Monthly Pocket Planner, three types of Calendars, and a Desk Blotter. What makes these products special for us is that some of the featured photos belong to Wetpixel members from all around the world.
The photo shown at left - taken by Wetpixel Administrator James Wiseman - is featured as the cover of the 2005 Telephone/Address Book.
If you are looking for a gift for a fellow “marine enthusiast” then these products might be a good choice and will also benefit our Marine Sanctuaries.
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