Ikelite Olympus C-7070 Housing
Ikelite wrote us to inform us that the Olympus C-7070 camera fits into their existing C-5060 housing by simply peeling off a rubber bumper. This makes a nice migration if C-5060 camera trouble is ever experienced. Ike’s Olympus housings also provide conversion circuitry, allowing real Olympus TTL control for Ikelite SubStrobes.
Subal CD1D Housing for Canon 1D/1Ds Mk II
Tom Stephens takes readers through his first trip with a Subal CD1D Underwater Housing for the Canon 1D/1Ds Mk II digital SLR. Includes notes on packing, assembly, ergonomics, and first impressions. Also includes a few of Tom’s underwater images taken in Tobago.
Light and Motion Announces Tetra 7070
Wetpixel has received a press release from Light and Motion (LMI) about their upcoming Tetra housing for the Olympus C-7070. Continue reading for the full press release from LMI.
Panasonic Releases Cardbus Adapter for SD Media
DPReview.com has posted test results for the new Panasonic CardBus SD card reader. Their tests show that the new reader is easily the fastest SD card reader on the market.
We use Delkin Cardbus compact flash card readers, and they’re worth every penny—assuming that you have fast media to begin with.
Ocean Optics of London is moving
Ocean Optics, one of the world’s best known underwater camera shops, is moving (although not very far) to new premises in Central London (UK). Ocean Optics, specialists in underwater photography since 1976, are the UK dealers for Subal, Nexus, Inon and Subtronic.
Steve Warren of Ocean Optics told Wetpixel “We are delighted (and excited!) to announce that we are moving to new premises on London’s Strand. This expansion for Ocean Optics is much overdue and will provide us with much more space for properly displaying and demonstrating our equipment ranges.”
St. Patrick’s Day - Post Green Photos!
Well, guys, I’ve been doing what seems like endless tweaking on the new design. Today, I put the diver’s silhouette back into the logo to remind us of what Wetpixel used to be. I also added a “Last N forum posts” area to the main page, which you can find in the right-hand area under FORUM ACTIVITY.
Boston Sea Rovers 51st Clinic 2005
After the tremendous fortune of being invited to give a seminar on underwater digital photography last year, I returned this year to give two 3-hour workshops at the 51st Boston Sea Rovers Clinic, held as usual at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel. Unlike the wonderful weather we had last year, this year’s clinic was held buried in snow—just before the arrival of a massive New England winter storm.
On the evening of Friday, March 4th, the speakers, sponsors and Sea Rover members assembled at the Gamble Mansion for a party. The Sea Rovers Clinic is known for attracting household names in the industry, and this year’s event was no different…
- California newts captured wrestling underwater (via )
- Sony updates firmware for A7 and A6000 cameras (via )
- What ocean plastic pollution really looks like (via )
- Instagram announces Layout #Wetpixelgram (via )
- How Kodak is trying to reinvent itself (via )
- Camera RAW and DNG converter 8.8 now available (via )
- Adobe announces supported OS for updated Creative Cloud (via )
- Deadline to enter the Nature’s Best Photo contest Mar 31 (via )
- Poached sturgeon gets resuscitated (via )
- Largest freshwater fish ever caught (and released) (via )