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Watt and Sea & Sea Housing

Scubadiving.com is featuring a short article by Jim Watt about Sea & Sea's Canon D60 housing:

"During the week in Bonaire, I shot more than 1,000 frames under water with the system. In the water, the housing balanced very well with both the super wide port and the macro ports. The size of the housing was a plus and it had the look and feel of an advanced professional system..." [read the article]

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Backscatter/D-SLR Article

Backscatter has posted an interesting -- and extremely comprehensive -- article about digital SLRs (in particular, the Nikon D100): "Digital is the best solution for all new shooters that are remotely comfortable with computers. The value of instant feedback is priceless. Experienced shooters that have a working knowledge and a high success ratio with film techniques will need to evaluate their options more closely. For myself, the new digital SLR

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digideep.com usermeeting on BOOT EXPO in Germany

The BOOT EXPO in Duesseldorf, Germany is taking place from 18.01.2003 - 26.01.2003. It is a great water-sports exhibition with a complete sector for the diving industry. As many divers gather there every year, the team at digideep.com takes the chance to organize user meetings for all digital underwater photographers who plan to visit the BOOT. Digideep has opened a discussion where everyone can make suggestions for the meeting. You are invited to share your thoughts and schedule.

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Vosonic X’S Drive

The Vosonic X'S-Drive VP-2030 is a combination battery-operated portable data storage device and a 6-in-1 flash memory card reader / writer. The unit itself is small (5.5 x 3.2 x 1.1 inches) and weighs just 10.1 oz including the hard drive and battery pack.

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GB Undersea’s Digital Lens Dock

GB Undersea, maker of quality accessories for underwater camera systems, today announced the availability of a new product called the Digital Lens Dock(TM). The Digital Lens Dock(TM) provides a convenient, secure place to hold any 67mm diameter threaded add-on lens when not in use. With it, you can safely remove your add-on lens when you wish to use your camera's built-in optics. Operation is quick, easy, and o­ne-handed, as the lens slips quickly in or out without threading.

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