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Inon announces domes for Olympus 8mm fisheye lens Photo

Inon announces domes for Olympus 8mm fisheye lens

Inon has announced that they are releasing two optical glass ports for the Olympus ED 8MM f1.8 Fisheye lens. The EPO1 is compatible with the E-M5 Mark II, E-PL7, E-PL6 and E-PL5 while the EP02 is for the E-M1 and E-M5 cameras. In all cases, the lenses are designed for use with the respective Olympus PT-EP housings. Both have multicoated inner surfaces.

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Oceanography for Everyone community launches Photo

Oceanography for Everyone community launches

Oceanography for Everyone is designed to create a community for the sharing open-source hardware and tools for monitoring and understanding the marine environment. Within each project, there are “resources, build guides, 3-D printer codes, code repositories, and, eventually, databases”. The site is working closely with the OpenROV project to create tools that can be deployed from or by the ROV.

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Tagged:environment, news, oceanography
Mustard and Edge to present at Dive 2015 Photo

Mustard and Edge to present at Dive 2015

The Dive Show 2015 is being held at the National Exhibition Center, Birmingham, Uk on 24 and 25 October. Apart from the stands displaying and selling of underwater imaging related equipment, the show also features a number of lectures and seminars. Wetpixel Associate Editor Alex Mustard and co-host Martin Edge will be presenting their talk: “CAMERA SETTINGS IN THE SEA”. Wetpixel will be there and are reporting “live” from the show.

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Lightroom update: Adobe to restore import dialog Photo

Lightroom update: Adobe to restore import dialog

Responding to a large number of complaints, Adobe has announced that it will offer the legacy import workflow in its next release of Lightroom. The same post also lists the steps needed to roll the 2015.2/6.2 update back. Another option is to use Photo mechanic to quickly import images.

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FAA issues rules on lithium battery carriage Photo

FAA issues rules on lithium battery carriage

New guidelines for the transportation of lithium batteries by airlines have been issued. On 8 October, The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a notice effectively prohibiting the carriage of “spare” Lithium batteries in checked baggage. Read through for how this affects the carriage of camera batteries.

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Breaching great white shark filmed from Alcatraz ferry boat Photo

Breaching great white shark filmed from Alcatraz ferry boat

This past weekend in San Francisco, visitors to Alcatraz island were treated to front row seats of a great white shark breach and seal attack. The shark rocketed out of the water with a seal in its mouth just feet from the Alcatraz ferry dock where visitors were loading up the boat to ride back to San Francisco.

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Tagged:alcatraz, great white breach, news
Turquoise Bay announces film festival Photo

Turquoise Bay announces film festival

Turquoise bay, Roatan is to host an underwater film festival from 9 to 16 April 2016. The event will feature seminars, an on-site contest and a gala evening. It will be hosted by cinematographer Jonathan Bird and during the week, participants will have the opportunity to dive, shoot and compete in video contests. The Best in Show film will receive the Stan Waterman Legacy award.

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Tagged:film festival, news, turquoise bay