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DEMA 2014 coverage on Wetpixel Photo

DEMA 2014 coverage on Wetpixel

Wetpixel’s staff are currently winging their way towards Las Vegas for the 2014 DEMA show. For those who haven’t followed our coverage of the show before, our aim is to try to give people who can’t be there, a flavor of what it is like to attend. We will be posting “live” updates each evening over the next four days, each full of new products, trends and gossip about the underwater imaging industry. Of course, there will also be coverage of the infamous Wetpixel/DivePhotoGuide Imaging Party, so remember, what happens in Vegas….will be posted on Wetpixel!

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TLC announces new and revised products Photo

TLC announces new and revised products

Technical Lighting Control (TLC), a division of Aquatica, has announced a redesign of its arms and components as well as new products. Amongst the changes are a new clamp design, o rings on the ball arm ends, buoyancy arms and a range of GoPro mounting accessories.

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Review: Nauticam 140mm dome port by Alex Mustard Photo

Review: Nauticam 140mm dome port by Alex Mustard

Wetpixel Associate Editor, Alex Mustard has just returned from a week in the Egyptian Red Sea, where amongst the things, he was able to test the new Nauticam 140mm dome port. The dome is designed for use with fisheye lenses and full frame cameras. In his review, Alex discusses not only this dome’s performance, but also some general pointers about dome port use and selection.

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Gabon announces newest marine reserve of 18,000 square miles Photo

Gabon announces newest marine reserve of 18,000 square miles

On wednesday the president of Gabon, Ali Bongo Ondimba, announced at the opening of the 2014 IUCN World Parks Congress that 18,000 square miles of ocean, nearly a quarter of its waters, will be protected from commercial fishing. More than 20 species of sharks and rays inhabit Gabon’s coastline as well as 20 species of marine mammals, and four species of sea turtles, which includes the world’s largest breeding leatherback turtle population and the Atlantic Ocean’s largest breeding olive ridley turtle population.

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