underwater cameras

by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 02/04/2020
Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow this year, meaning an early spring where we can all get outdoors and have some fun! If you are going to do that, you will want a camera that will hold up to your adventures. The just-announced Ricoh WG-70 Tough Camera is a perfect choice. This is the next release in a long line of tough cameras, and it doesn’t seem like Ricoh changed the formula too much here. Ricoh simply took a great camera and
by Richard Morris ·Posted 07/25/2019
For underwater photographers, the demands of shooting are huge: travel costs, lugging all that equipment, finding a suitable locale—the list goes on. But those demands might soon change, thanks to WeFine, a company in Shenzhen, China, that has partnered with Dive+ and Kraken Sports to produce a specialized Smart Housing that fits almost every Bluetooth-enabled smartphone on the market. The Smart Housing works in tandem with the
by Staff Writer ·Posted 05/22/2019
Almost two years to the day since they unveiled its predecessor, Olympus has announced the new Tough TG-6 Digital Camera, and it's likely to replace its forerunner quickly as the most advanced waterproof, freezeproof, crushproof, aka "tough," point-and-shoot camera on the market. If you are a fan of the tough cam genus or just need a versatile camera to handle your photo adventures, this announcement should get your attention.
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 11/14/2018
SeaLife, a worldwide leader in underwater cameras and lighting solutions, has announced several new and updated products designed specifically for underwater photography and video imaging. Starting with the new Sea Dragon 2000F and 3000F COB LED lights: Both lights offer a CRI of 80 and color temperature of 5000K, which will simulate natural sunlight for more colorful stills and video images. As its name suggests, the 2000F offers 2000 lumens, while the 3000F produces 3000. The
1,088 Views ·Posted 12/18/2014
In the following video, Allan Weitz, from B&H, discusses the features and functions of “tough” cameras. Point-and-shoot and mirrorless cameras that offer submersible waterproofing, reinforced bodies to withstand crushing, and impact and functionality in freezing temperatures are generally referred to as “tough cameras,” and versions are made by all of the major camera manufacturers. Mr. Weitz points to several notable models, highlighting their specs and mentioning their numerous applications, ideal for adventurers, skiers, divers, and