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Sealux announces housing for Sony FS5 camcorder Photo

Sealux announces housing for Sony FS5 camcorder

Sealux has announced a housing for the Sony FS5 4K Camcorder. It offers lens support for a wide variety of lens combinations, including the Metabones Speedbooster adaptor. It can be fitted with an external recorder/monitor, an internal monitor or the camera’s own can be used. The housing fits into standard carry on size luggage.

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Chasing Coral premieres this week on Netflix Photo

Chasing Coral premieres this week on Netflix

Chasing Coral, the newest documentary by the team that filmed Chasing Ice, premieres on Netflix this friday July 14th. Director Jeff Orlowski, who also directed Chasing Ice, directed this film. Encouraged to make a film chronicling the plight of corals by Richard Vevers, Orlowski used time lapse photography and special cameras to document coral bleaching events.

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Nikon announces partial recall of EN-EL15 batteries Photo

Nikon announces partial recall of EN-EL15 batteries

Nikon has announced a recall of some EN-EL15 batteries. In order to find out whether your’s is affected by this, please check the 14-digit serial number on the underside of the battery. If digit 9 is an E or an F, it should not be used or charged and Nikon will exchange it. There are full details of the process involved in doing this on Nikon USA.

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Amazing images from the deepest dive ever under Antarctic ice Photo

Amazing images from the deepest dive ever under Antarctic ice

In a recently released series of images, deep diver and National Geographic underwater photographer Laurent Ballesta completed the deepest dives ever under Antarctic ice to photograph the animals that live there. The deepest of the dives reached 230-feet, where the colors, numbers and types of creatures was the highest. At temperatures below 29 degrees fahrenheit, and dives lasting up to five-hours, it took Ballesta a full seven-months for his nerves to recover from the trauma.

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Fantasea announces Radiant 3000F video light Photo

Fantasea announces Radiant 3000F video light

Fantasea has announced their Radiant 3000F video light. It has an output of 1000 lumen in both flood (100°) and spot (15°) controllable via 3 steps. White color temperature is 5,000°K with a CRI of 90. The light also has red, UV, blue , flashing and SOS modes. Burn time is 50 minutes at full power.

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Ikelite ships housing for Olympus Tough TG-5 Photo

Ikelite ships housing for Olympus Tough TG-5

Ikelite are shipping their housing for the Olympus Tough TG-5 compact camera. It is constructed of their new ABS-PC blend with a side mounted shutter release lever and a new zoom control. The housing has 2 fiber optic ports for strobe triggering and a 67mm thread on the lens port for accessory lenses.

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Video: Scottish grey seal freed from fishing line Photo

Video: Scottish grey seal freed from fishing line

After divers off the north coast of Scotland tried unsuccessfully to free a Scottish grey seal from tangled fishing line, rescuers from the Hillswick Wildlife Sanctuary arrived on the scene, caught the seal, and cut it free. Although the seal appears to dangle by its neck in the video, the rescuers saw the seal surface several feet away from the boat and swim away unharmed. Image from Shutterstock.

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Loupedeck Lightroom control system launches in US Photo

Loupedeck Lightroom control system launches in US

A new photo editing console specially designed to work with Adobe Lightroom has been announced by Loupedeck. It features scrolling wheels, dials and buttons that replace keyboard and mouse for editing. It is supplied with custom software and will work with both Windows and Mac systems.

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