Inon Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
The Inon Microfiber Cleaning Cloth is specially made for users of Inon lens and strobe products to ensure optimum product care and performance. The cloth can be used for many applications as well, such as cleaning multi-coated camera lenses and eyeglass lenses.
From August 16, while supplies last, Inon America will provide a high quality microfiber cleaning cloth with every Lens, Port and Strobe sold.
Norbert Wu to Speak at Sept NCUPS Meeting
Under Antarctic Ice: A Slide and Video Presentation
Underwater photographer, cinematographer and presenter Norbert Wu will be the featured speaker at the NCUPS September membership meeting. It
UWP Issue 20 Available for Download
Issue number 20 of the web-based magazine Underwater Photography is available for download from their website. This issue is 56 pages containing equipment reviews of the Nexus and Ikelite D70 housings, Nikon Coolpix housing(s), and an article by Wetpixel contributor Alex Mustard about Telephoto Macro shooting, as well as lots of other valuable material.
Visions in the Sea 2004
Ocean Optics are proud to present Europe
New Feature Article Added - Using Photoshop CS to Correct CA
In this article, I’d like to talk about a photographic feature that until now has only been available through special third-party software
Correcting Chromatic Abberation using Adobe Photoshop CS
In this article, I�d like to talk about a photographic feature that until now has only been available through special third-party software � chromatic aberration (CA) correction.
Ocean Brite announces Dolphin VX2000/2100/PD-150/170 housing
Ocean Brite Systems and Ocean Images are proud to announce the release of the AFFORDABLE Dolphin ELECTRONICALLY Controlled Housing for the Sony DCR-VX2000, VX2100, PD-150 and PD-170.
Shark Repellent Deemed a Breakthrough
AP has an article about a new shark repellent tested in the waters of Bimini. While visiting Dr. Samuel Gruber a few weeks ago, I saw demo footage that was very impressive indeed. One drop per minute into open water above a hang bait will keep all sharks away, and not only to sharks avoid the bait, they vacate the area altogether. A full squirt of the stuff will make sharks evacuate the area at high speed, staying away for a full 15 minutes.
The testing was done at BBFS, where I covered Gruber’s PIT Tagging program. The researchers are now planning on testing the repellent on larger sharks like great hammerheads and tigers. By the way, the photo in the AP article shows the repellent waking a shark up out of tonic immobility.
- Local Hawaiians killing Monk Seals (via )
- Review of the Nikon AW1 (via )
- December edition of DIVEMAG now available to download (via )
- Japanese super sub discovered off Hawaii (via )
- December issue of DIVE magazine available to download (via )
- Seahorse shape aids stealth hunting techniques (via BBC)
- Protecting underwater real estate for fish (via )
- NOAA and state shark fin bans (via )
- New marine conservation zones for UK (via BBC)
- Video: Coral spawning on the Great Barrier Reef (via BBC)