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Nauticam ships NA-R housing for Canon EOS-R Photo

Nauticam ships NA-R housing for Canon EOS-R

Nauticam is shipping their NA-R housing for the Canon EOS-R full frame mirrorless camera. It is compatible with both the new RF and legacy EF mount lenses via Nauticam’s N120 port system. It is equipped with two lens release buttons for the different lens types. Flash triggering is via optional manual or TTL triggers and it ships with a vacuum bulkhead as standard.

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Open for bookings: Wetpixel/Alex Mustard Macro Workshops 2020 Photo

Open for bookings: Wetpixel/Alex Mustard Macro Workshops 2020

Wetpixel and Alex Mustard have again joined forces in Lembeh to run their highly popular Critter Photography Workshop. The first workshop will run from are 3 to 12 October 2020, with the second from 28 November to 7 December. They are being held at the wonderful {Lembeh Resort](https://www.lembehresort.com) and will feature an intensive series of talks, presentation, and image review session all designed to get the very best of the amazing macro opportunities that the area offers.

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Change of ownership at Wetpixel Photo

Change of ownership at Wetpixel

Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon is very excited to announce that he has taken on the ownership of Wetpixel with effect from 1 December. Practically this means that he will be able to devote significantly more time and resources to developing the site and creating new features of benefit to the Wetpixel community. This will build on the fantastic work done by the previous owner, Eric Cheng, who will continue to be involved as an advisor.

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Our World Underwater and DEEP Indonesia contests are open for entries Photo

Our World Underwater and DEEP Indonesia contests are open for entries

The “World Cup” of international underwater imaging, organized by Wetpixel and our friends at DivePhotoGuide and comprising the Our World Underwater (OWU) and DEEP Indonesia contests, are now open for entries. OWU caters for the more technical image maker, whereas DEEP perhaps caters for those that create more interpretative work. The prize pot for the Underwater Competition Series is worth over $100,000.

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