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OceanLight | See What You Can’t See by Underwater Tribe Photo

OceanLight | See What You Can’t See by Underwater Tribe

Wetpixel Moderator Mike Veitch and Luca Vaime have been shooting and testing the Sony A7s II camera underwater. As most people will be aware, this is a mirrorless full frame camera with an outstanding ISO capability. Mike and Luca deliberately pushed and stretched the camera’s ISO performance by diving very early in the morning, late in the afternoon and inside wrecks.

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Video: Finisterra by Erick Higuera Photo

Video: Finisterra by Erick Higuera

Wetpixel member Erick Higuera has shared his stunning short film. Entitled “Finisterra”, it was filmed in Mag Bay, Cabo San Lucas, the Revillagigedo Islands, the open water Mexican Pacific, the Sea of Cortez and Guadalupe Island.

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Video:One Big Breath Photo

Video:One Big Breath

A short film entitled One Big Breath documents former champion Philip Beauchamp’s approach and experiences of free diving and a project that uses free divers to tag sharks. Filmed using a Sony FS700 in a Amphibico Genesis housing and a Panasonic GH4 in an Aquatica AGH4 housing with underwater sequences filmed in Greece and Guadeloupe, Mexico

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Video: Feather Duster Worms Emerge Photo

Video: Feather Duster Worms Emerge

In Earth Touch’s Wild Oceans channel, Mark Thorpe has captured some lovely footage of feather duster worms (Sabellidae sp.) emerging from their tubes in order to feed. The worms have a plume of feeding appendages known as radioles that capture plankton in the water around the animal.

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Giant squid filmed in shallow water in Japan Photo

Giant squid filmed in shallow water in Japan

On Christmas Eve a giant squid, Architeuthis dux, ventured into Japan’s Toyama Bay and swam beneath a pier full of observers. The 12-foot long squid stayed in the bay for several hours, giving diver Akinobu Kimura the chance to suit up and film the elusive creature underwater.

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