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Mangrove updates the VC-3L6 video light Photo

Mangrove updates the VC-3L6 video light

The upgraded MANGROVE VC-3L6 video light by Aditech has a 6750 lumen output with two step adjustment. It is now available in a significantly smaller and lighter package with the same performance as the earlier model.

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Rare footage of deep sea anglerfish captured by MBARI Photo

Rare footage of deep sea anglerfish captured by MBARI

The MBARI (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute) ROV Doc Ricketts recently observed a deep sea anglerfish at 600 meters deep during an expedition this month. The scientists were able to capture video footage of the approximately 9 cm long female Melanocetus. There are more than 200 different species of anglerfish and this is believed to be the first ever video footage of a Black Seadevil alive and at depth.

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Gates announces Nikonos RS lens adapter Photo

Gates announces Nikonos RS lens adapter

Gates Underwater Products has announced an adaptor kit that will allow the use of Nikonos RS lenses with their housings. The kit currently allows the use of the 13mm fisheye, 28mm, 50mm macro and 20-35mm zoom lenses with Gates Deep Epic and Deep Dragon housings and will map focus and iris to the housing controls. Other camera support is planned in future.

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DEMA 2014 coverage on Wetpixel Photo

DEMA 2014 coverage on Wetpixel

Wetpixel’s staff are currently winging their way towards Las Vegas for the 2014 DEMA show. For those who haven’t followed our coverage of the show before, our aim is to try to give people who can’t be there, a flavor of what it is like to attend. We will be posting “live” updates each evening over the next four days, each full of new products, trends and gossip about the underwater imaging industry. Of course, there will also be coverage of the infamous Wetpixel/DivePhotoGuide Imaging Party, so remember, what happens in Vegas….will be posted on Wetpixel!

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Alert Diver-Bahamas Underwater Photo Week issue Photo

Alert Diver-Bahamas Underwater Photo Week issue

The Fall 2014 issue of Alert Diver is now out and print copies will be arriving in DAN US members’ mailboxes over the next few days. For those that live in other parts of the world, the magazine is available from today as a download via the Apple App store or as an online version on the Alert Diver website.

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Ikelite announces housing for EOS 7D Mark II Photo

Ikelite announces housing for EOS 7D Mark II

Ikelite has announced their new housing for the Canon EOS 7D Mark II. As always, the company are early “adopters”, offering a housing very quickly after the camera’s release. Constructed of acrylic, the housing has the company’s TTL strobe connections and includes a double handled tray.

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Tagged:canon 7d mark ii, ikelite, news
TLC announces new and revised products Photo

TLC announces new and revised products

Technical Lighting Control (TLC), a division of Aquatica, has announced a redesign of its arms and components as well as new products. Amongst the changes are a new clamp design, o rings on the ball arm ends, buoyancy arms and a range of GoPro mounting accessories.

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Light & Motion announces the SOLA 3000 Photo

Light & Motion announces the SOLA 3000

Light & Motion has also announced their new SOLA 3000 Flood video light. Featuring an output of 3000 lumen and a burn time of 50 minutes at full power, the light can be charged from 80% to full power in 1.45 hours.

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Tagged:light & motion, news, sola 3000
Gabon announces newest marine reserve of 18,000 square miles Photo

Gabon announces newest marine reserve of 18,000 square miles

On wednesday the president of Gabon, Ali Bongo Ondimba, announced at the opening of the 2014 IUCN World Parks Congress that 18,000 square miles of ocean, nearly a quarter of its waters, will be protected from commercial fishing. More than 20 species of sharks and rays inhabit Gabon’s coastline as well as 20 species of marine mammals, and four species of sea turtles, which includes the world’s largest breeding leatherback turtle population and the Atlantic Ocean’s largest breeding olive ridley turtle population.

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