Ikelite Adds More To Digital Line

Ikelite is always sneaking new digital camera housings into their lineup. Ikelite undoubtedly makes the widest variety of underwater housings for digital cameras anywhere. Since we last reported o­n the Indiana-based manufacturer, housings for the following cameras may have been added to their current or future offerings:

Fuji S1 Pro Custom
 Kodak DX-3900 and DX-4900 Nikon Coolpix 5000 Sony DSC-S75 & DSC-S85 Sony DSC-F707

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Ultralight For Digital Too

While digital housings and cameras may still become obsolete in a few short weeks, many wetpixel readers and digital underwater enthusiasts have discovered that your tray and strobe arms don't have to. Ultralight Control Systems makes highly durable universal trays and arms that work great with the biggest to the smallest digital system and your choice of strobes. Arms represent the investment that will work with your next system too.

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Seaspace 2002 Report - Truly Unsinkable

Seaspace 2002 Report – Truly Unsinkable

This year’s Seaspace dive show was held June eighth and ninth at Houston’s Astrohall.  As some of you may remember – last year at this time, the Astrohall was under about 10 feet of water from Tropical Storm Allison.  Needless to say the show was “drowned” last year.  But this year Seaspace was back and the best ever – truly… Continue Reading

Canon D60 Digital SLR!

A Canon D60 Digital SLR arrived at Jim Watt's place in Kona last week, and Jim and Eric Cheng eagerly stuffed it into UK Germany's D30 housing to find that it was a near perfect fit! The two cameras are nearly identical externally, so this was not a big surprise. The only button that is inaccessible is the on/off switch, but access to that button isn't crucial while underwater. Eric has been shooting with the D60 underwater for a few days now; you can see some images at his kona/maui travel site. All images taken on and after April 4th are likely to be from the D60. Aloha!

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