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Sea & Sea announce MDX-6D housing Photo

Sea & Sea announce MDX-6D housing

Sea & Sea has announced the imminent release of their housing for the Canon EOS 6D SLR. The MDX-6D is made from black anodized aluminum alloy and gives access to almost all of the camera’s essential underwater functions (except Depth-of-Field Preview button). Sea & Sea’s YS Converter/C can now be built into the MDX-6D housing by dealers.

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Photos: 2013 ScubaCam/Wetpixel ADEX Party Photo

Photos: 2013 ScubaCam/Wetpixel ADEX Party

As it has been for the last 3 years, the ScubaCam/Wetpixel party was held on the first night of the Asian Dive Expo 2013 at Verve Pizza Bar. This year, the turn out was especially strong, with over 40 people joining the party, and it turned into a standing room only affair. From manufacturers like Subal and Nauticam to dive centers and even conservationists like Manta Trust, it was a fun night… and yes, we closed the bar down! I’ll let the pictures do the talking.

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Preview: Lightroom 5 beta’s “Visualize Spots” feature Photo

Preview: Lightroom 5 beta’s “Visualize Spots” feature

Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon presents a preview of the new “Visualize Spots” feature in the Adobe Lightroom 5 beta. The mode, designed for identifying lens and sensor dust spots, opens the image with a black and white mask. The amount of detail that is shown can be controlled with a threshold slider. Adam has found that the mode is an amazing way of finding backscatter in images.

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Vincent Laforet tutorials on time lapse photography Photo

Vincent Laforet tutorials on time lapse photography

Vincent Laforet has had a tutorial series entitled “The Basics of Time Lapse Photography” published on the Canon Digital Learning Center. Spread over 4 episodes, the tutorials focus on helping Canon users to select and use their cameras to produce time lapse films, although he also offers considerable advice on frame calculation, interval settings, lensing, movement, production and sharing.

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Coral repair bots seeks funding on Kickstarter Photo

Coral repair bots seeks funding on Kickstarter

A team from Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University are hoping to attract crowd-funding via [Kickstarter}(http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/376482095/coral-bots-teams-of-robots-that-repair-coral-reefs) for a project that will produce “coral-bots.” These are autonomous underwater robots that navigate across reefs, assessing damaged sections and transplanting healthy coral into those areas.

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