Monthly Archives: November 2014

Come see us at the Vancouver Maritime Museum 11/26/14

We will be presenting our talk on how to “Crush Your Composition” aka, How to Improve your Underwater Photography in the Digital Age at the Vancouver Maritime Museum. We will have some “toys”…err “tools” on display.  Come see the latest … Continue reading

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Introducting the “Strobe Sniper”

Our custom 3D printed flexible snoot uses a single 10mm fiber optic line (not a bunch of smaller cables).  This translates to a much more efficient transfer of light through our system compared to other brands.  The Strobe Sniper includes … Continue reading

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New TLC Arm designs!

There is something new coming from TLC (Technical Lighting Control). The strobe arms have been redesigned and are now over 10% lighter than the original “Swiss Cheesed” arms from TLC.  There are new buoyancy arms as well in 8 and … Continue reading

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Whale Sharks of Oslob

This gallery contains 22 photos.

We went to Oslob in 2014.  It was a phenomenal experience but at the same time, it felt a bit wrong as these amazing animals were coming up like a domesticated pet looking for a handout.  We also dove Moalboal … Continue reading

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Aquaview 45

The AQUA VIEW 45 Degree finder. The Aqua View 45 contribute in making the Aquatica System the most comprehensive in the industry. After intensive field testing, this view finder was hailed, by the photographers who used it, for its viewing … Continue reading

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The A5DmkIII, for Canon’s premiere DSLR

  The Aquatica A5D Mk III housing still benefits from the finest material available in the industry. Carefully crafted from a selected alloy of aircraft grade aluminum and premium grade of stainless steel, the housing is machined on the latest … Continue reading

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Sea & Sea YS-D1, $699

Equipped with SEA&SEA’s new slave TTL system called “DS-TTL ll” Revising the algorithms used for the DS-TTL system, the YS-D1 employs a totally new slave TTL system. The strobe can adjust the interval between the pre flash and the primary … Continue reading

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4 Pretty Domes, all in a row…

Here is the full range of Aquatica’s dome ports, from massive 9.25″ glass Megadome all the way down to the 4″ minidome, with the 8″ and 6″ acrylic domes in between.

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The AE-M1 Housing for the Olympus OMD-EM1

The latest baggage weight limits (both check-in and carry-on) certainly makes international air travel a major hassle for the underwater photographer. For trans-Pacific flights, most airlines allow 2 x 50lb (22kg) check-in bags and 1 (usually weighed) carry-on per passenger. … Continue reading

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