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MindShift Gear releases GP system Photo

MindShift Gear releases GP system

MindShift Gear has announced a series of 13 cases and bundles for use with GoPro or other action cams. The range provides capacity for single or multiple cameras with and without accessories. It also integrates into the MindShift’s other carrying systems.

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Daniel Botelho exhibits at the Louvre Photo

Daniel Botelho exhibits at the Louvre

National Geographic photographer and Wetpixel contributor, Daniel Botelho is having a selection of his underwater images exhibited at the Louvre Museum, Paris. Entitled “Art from the SEVEN Seas”, the retrospective celebrates his 10 years of underwater image making and runs from 20 May to 15 June.

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Nauticam ships housing for Atomos Shogun Photo

Nauticam ships housing for Atomos Shogun

Nauticam has announced the availability of their long-awaited housing for the Atomos Shogun video monitor/recorder. Controls include access to touch-screen functions like “Waveform Monitoring Functions” and “Monitor Assist Functions” overlays. It is equipped with cooling fans powered via a battery in the housing, and Nauticam’s vacuum check system is supplied as standard.

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Last space on Wetpixel Whale Sharks 2015 available Photo

Last space on Wetpixel Whale Sharks 2015 available

If you are interested in amazing encounters and images with whale sharks (Rhincodon typus), we have one last space available on the Wetpixel trip to Isla Mujeres for this year. Every year, vast numbers of sharks and sometimes mantas gather to fed on the copious ammounts of fish eggs that are in the water. The space is available on the trip running from 06 to 12 August.

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Mangrove announces the MVHS-X70 Photo

Mangrove announces the MVHS-X70

Aditech has announced their housing for the Sony PXW-X70 and the HDR-CX900 camcorder. It has LANC control for 25 camera functions via 12 electromagnetic external push-buttons. Framing is via a 3.5” TFT LCD screen or an optional AUO 3.5” 16:9 ultra-high resolution monitor.

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