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Seacam Ships Ninja V Housing Photo

Seacam Ships Ninja V Housing

Seacam are shipping their housing for the Atomos Ninja V and V+ recorder/monitors. Rated to 80 meters (260 ft.), it has HDMI in and can accommodate batteries up to NP-F970 size. It can be optionally equipped with an angled plug, second HDMI, or vacuum system.

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Field Report: Seacam Seaflash 160D strobes Photo

Field Report: Seacam Seaflash 160D strobes

The travel restrictions instituted in order to control COVID-19 have presented challenges for the testing of equipment. As a case in point, Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon has had the Seacam Seaflash 160D strobes for over 18 months but has only now managed to get into blue water to give than a thorough test. In this episode, he outlines his findings about the strobes thus far.

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Seacam Ships Housing for Sony A1 Photo

Seacam Ships Housing for Sony A1

Seacam is shipping their housing for the Sony A1 full frame mirrorless camera. It offers S6 and/or fiber optic strobe triggering and is compatible with all standard Seacam ports. It has 4 bulkheads for S6, vacuum, or video out and is tested to 80m (with a super deep version also available.)

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Wetpixel Live: Nikonos RS Lenses on Modern Cameras Photo

Wetpixel Live: Nikonos RS Lenses on Modern Cameras

Adam chats to Harald Hordosch and Esther Boehm of Seacam about Nikonos lenses and how they convert them to work with modern Nikon SLR cameras. They discuss the advantages of water contact optics, how Nikon’s design has stood the test of time, and the process needed to update them to work with modern cameras.

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Seacam Announces Carrying System Photo

Seacam Announces Carrying System

eacam has released a new carrying system. It comprises paracord lanyards with tack hook connections and stainless steel connections that attach to the central bolt on arm clamps. This gives the option of attaching the lanyard on the housing to arm connection, when using a macro lens and shorter arms for example. If longer arms are used, the connectors can be moved to the arm to arm connection, allowing for a more comfortable carrying position.

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Seacam Announces Housings for EOS R5 and Ninja V Photo

Seacam Announces Housings for EOS R5 and Ninja V

Seacam has released images and details of their new Silver housing for the Canon EOS R5 mirrorless camera and a housing for the Atomos Ninja V recorder/monitor. The housing can be used with the EF to R adaptor and along with 3 ports for strobes, vacuums, or remotes, also has a port for HDMI 2.0 output via Seacam’s new HDMI connector. The Ninja V housing takes the Sony NP-F970 battery and can be fitted with a vacuum if required.

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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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