Light & Motion announces Tetra S400 housing

The Tetra S400 is a rugged machined aluminum housing designed specifically for the palm size 4.0 Megapixel Canon PowerShot S400. The housing is small enough to be stowed in a BC pocket, but also able to capture great digital images. The simple design is a snap to set up and provides digital TTL, point and shoot automatic exposure. Designed for the casual photographer, the Tetra S400 is an easy to travel size and delivers 4 megapixel digital photo quality. Increase your field of view with the optional bayonet mount wetmate wide or macro lens.

The Tetra S400 features Digital TTL exposure control to make capturing that perfect shot as easy as point and shoot. The Tetra housing provides communication with the camera and the strobe allowing for accurate exposure of your subject. Further improving the process is the ability to access the camera's exposure compensation controls. Use the review button o­n the Tetra housing to access the camera and have a look to see how Digital TTL exposed the shot. Not quite right? You can use the housing controls to access the cameras exposure compensation setting and change the exposure plus or minus 2 full f-stops.

Tetra S400 incorporates a unique exposure system that will allow you to get the images you want, and still enjoy your dive. The new Tetra is available as a pocket size solo housing or can be purchased as a complete single strobe Travel Package including arm, bulkhead, sync cord and custom travel case. [more info]

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UK Germany Canon 10D Housing Review

Andre Smith reviews the UK Germany Canon 10D Housing.

Excerpt: I have returned with hundreds of keepers and overall I am extremely pleased with the system. The image quality with this camera is extremely high. I did shoot o­ne roll of Fuji Provia with my Canon Rebel 2000 and have scanned a few of the best slides with my Polaroid film scanner at 4000 dpi. When comparing 17 X 11 inch prints from this method with those produced from the 10D, the 10D seems to have the edge in quality, and it is a whole lot simpler of course. This, and the advantages of digital media over slide film in cost and number of possible exposures, will make me a primarily digital shooter in future. [read the review]

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theUnderwaterPhotographer.com - UW Photo Distance Education

We just received a press release about a new o­nline underwater photography website offering o­nline courses for photo enthusiasts:

TheUnderwaterPhotographer.com Comes to Life!

October 21, 2003. Tavernier, Florida. Underwater photo and video enthusiasts now have an exciting new resource available to learn the latest techniques and skills to capture compelling underwater images.

Just launched, theUnderwaterPhotographer.com is a new o­nline underwater photography school and information platform providing individuals the opportunity to enroll in market leading courses dedicated to underwater photography.

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DEMA 2003 Show Coverage

Eric Cheng and James Wiseman are hard at work at the DEMA Show 2003, in Miami, Florida. We have just completed a DEMA 2003 show report, featuring all of the new digital underwater products we currently know about! Check it out. [see the report]

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