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Issue 92 of Underwater Photography magazine available Photo

Issue 92 of Underwater Photography magazine available

Underwater Photography Magazine issue 92 is now available to download. It features articles about the Galapagos, wreck diving in Portugal, whale sharks and the Lembeh Strait. Equipment reviewed includes the Olympus TG Tracker, Zeiss 18mm and Zen DP-200, Nauticam WWL-1 buoyancy collar and cap, Nikon D500 and Ikelite a6300 housing.

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Canon announces the C700 Digital Cinema Camera Photo

Canon announces the C700 Digital Cinema Camera

Canon has announced a new flagship 4K digital cinema camera. The C700 is modular and has 2 sensor options, a Super 35MM 4.5K on the C700 AND C700 PL or a Super 35mm 4K with a global shutter on the C700 GS PL. All versions will record XF-AVC2 and ProRes. Both EF and PL mount lenses are supported.

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Canon introduces the XC15 4K camcorder Photo

Canon introduces the XC15 4K camcorder

Canon has introduced the XC15 4K camcorder. The new camera features XLR microphone inputs and “Look” modes that allow it to match footage captured by other Canon pro cameras. It features a one inch CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 5 image processor along with a 10X optical zoom lens.

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Subal ships housing for 5D Mark IV Photo

Subal ships housing for 5D Mark IV

Subal are shipping their housing for the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. It features all the standard Subal features and is compatible with Subal’s existing viewfinders and ports. In addition, there is a new 30° prism finder that gives a better viewing angle of the camera’s LCD screen. It has two accessory and two fiber optic ports.

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FStoppers review of the Lume Cube Photo

FStoppers review of the Lume Cube

FStoppers has published a review of the Lume Cube, a continuous LED lighting cube that is waterproof down to 100 feet. The Lume Cube has a color temperature of 6000K, 10 different light level settings and can be used as an optical strobe. The light itself can fit in the palm of your hand or be mounted to a camera as small as a GoPro.

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Sea&Sea discontinues the YS-250 strobe Photo

Sea&Sea discontinues the YS-250 strobe

Sea&Sea has officially discontinued their large YS-250 PRO strobe. A long time favorite of many underwater photographers, the company has not announced plans to release a replacement model. Some retailers have residual stocks and spare parts, but these are likely to be snapped up pretty quickly. The strobe’s proprietary battery packs tend to be a weak point, perhaps an enterprising individual will be able to build an aftermarket alternative?

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Review of Sigma 20mm 1.4 art lens underwater Photo

Review of Sigma 20mm 1.4 art lens underwater

Daan Verhoeven has published a review on Behance of the Sigma Art 20mm 1.4 lens on a Sony a7R II underwater. The lens has a minimum focus distance of 28mm in this set-up and is well known for creating creamy, blurry backgrounds and buttery bokeh. Verhoeven says that he was interested in purchasing the lens to use for underwater portraits.

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President Obama creates world’s largest MPA Photo

President Obama creates world’s largest MPA

On Friday, President Obama has quadrupled the size of the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument off the coast of Hawaii. It will now contain some 582,578 square miles, more than twice the size of Texas. It is home to 7,000 marine species. All commercial resource extraction activities, including commercial fishing and any future mineral extraction, will be prohibited from the whole area.

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Get Your Fin on for Sharks Photo

Get Your Fin on for Sharks

The Sea Save Foundation is making an urgent appeal for people to submit images of themselves “giving the fin”. The images will be incorporated into a digital artwork mosaic of 20,000 images of people worldwide expressing their support for shark conservation. This will be presented to delegates at the CITES conference in September, in order to pressurize that body to enhance the global protection of shark species.

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