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RED releases REDCINE-X
ED CINE-X is now out of beta and available for production use. Perhaps most crucially, the new version allows for real-time decode of the 6K footage when processed with compatible NVIDIA hardware. The process is handled by the CUDA cores on the GPU and this allows the editing to be carried out on native footage, rather than proxies.
Sea&Sea ships YS Optical converter for EOS R
Happy Earth Day 2019
Nauticam ships housing for Fujifilm X-T3
Nauticam has formally announced their NA-XT3 housing for the Fujifilm X-T3 mirrorless camera. It has the N100 port system and an M24 bulkhead for HDMI 2 compatibility. It can also be fitted with an optional 2500 mAh USB battery pack that rests in a form-fitting cradle beneath the camera.
NiMAR ships two housings for Canon EOS RP
AQUA by Pietro Formis available for pre-order
Underwater photographer Pietro Formis has announced that his book “AQUA, Underwater World Mysteries” will be available from 5 June. Featuring 128 pages with 110 photos, the book sets out to both entertain and educate with information about the marine environment, its plight and the creatures that live within it.
Paper suggests shark catches are significantly underreported
Seychelles President calls for Protection of the Oceans
The President of the Seychelles, Danny Faure, has described the oceans as “the beating blue heart of our planet.” He made the comment during a live broadcast from a submersible at 124 meters (406ft) of depth beneath the Indian Ocean.
Latest edition of Frogfish Textbook seeks crowdfunding
Professor Ted Pietsch has completed a new edition of the seminal reference book, “Frogfishes of the World.” Its 986 pages contain almost all new images along with full details of the 9 new species recently discovered and information from recently discovered fossils. the author needs to raise $6,000 in order to get the book printed and has launched a GoFundMe page to attract donations.