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Nikon adds ProRes RAW support to Z6 and Z7 Photo

Nikon adds ProRes RAW support to Z6 and Z7

ikon has announced a paid upgrade for the Z6 and Z7 cameras that adds the option of the external recording of ProRes RAW video. In order to do so, the camera will need to be equipped with an Atomos recorder connected via an HDMI 2.0 connection. The updates also added CF Express memory card support. This will be added to compatible D5, D850 and D500 cameras.

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Bid Now! Sea Save Auction 2019 Photo

Bid Now! Sea Save Auction 2019

The Sea Save annual charity auction is offering over 60 lots of amazing dive travel adventures, all at a bargain price, By bidding or purchasing one of the lots, you are also directly supporting Sea Save’s efforts to continue its critical mission, In 2019, the organization was able to mobilize support for a ban on the trade in 18 shark and ray species at CITES, which resulted in these species being protected under international law.

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Seacam announces Seaflash 160 Strobe Photo

Seacam announces Seaflash 160 Strobe

Seacam has formally announced the new Seaflash 160 Digital strobe. Featuring both electrical and fiber optic triggering, the strobe has an output of 160 Ws with a color temperature of 4500°K. Powered via a NiMh battery pack, it also offers high-speed sync, an OLED that rotates for a correct viewing angle, and a 250 lumen spotting light.

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Video: Weeki Wachee and Deeping Stream by Andy Pitkin Photo

Video: Weeki Wachee and Deeping Stream by Andy Pitkin

Andy Pitkin and the team from Karst Underwater Research are exploring Florida’s underground aquifers. While carrying out cutting edge exploration dives, the team has been capturing amazing videos of the hauntingly beautiful cave systems. Wetpixel is proud to showcase a short film documenting their exploration of a section of the Weeki Wachee system.

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Jean-Michel Cousteau softens opposition to Caymans cruise port development Photo

Jean-Michel Cousteau softens opposition to Caymans cruise port development

Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of the famous underwater explorer and filmmaker Jacques Yves Cousteau, has performed an apparent volte-face and significantly toned down his previously strenuous opposition to a contentious plan to expand Grand Caymans’ George Town Harbor. It is also reported the Cousteau has accepted a role with one of the companies that are funding the planned development.

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