Are the camera for underwater photography SeaLife DC2000

The company SeaLife has announced the release of a compact camera for underwater photography DC2000. Camera SeaLife DC2000 can withstand immersion to a depth of 60 m.

The SeaLife camera is installed DC2000 image sensor produced by Sony. Optical format sensor type CMOS sensor with back-illuminated 1 inch, a resolution of 20 MP. The sensor works in tandem with stabilized lens of the seven elements equivalent focal length which is equal to 31 mm. Maximum aperture equal to F/1.8 or minimal — F/11. Is possible to install a wide-angle nozzles SL975 and SL970, which increases the field angle of 110° and 90°, respectively.

In addition to shooting single frames, it is possible to interval shooting, and shooting a series at a speed of 8 fps. In movie mode the camera supports the resolution of 1080p with a frame rate of 60 fps, and take photos directly while shooting a movie. Pictures are stored in RAW and JPEG. The photographer there are four scene modes for underwater photography and 25 for shooting on land. Prefer semi-automatic and manual control addressed to the standard PASM modes.

A vehicle camera includes a flash, three-inch display, wireless interfaces Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. You can connect to the camera external light sources and other accessories. As removable media are supported memory card microSD up to 128 GB, including appropriate UHS-1. Also the camera has 80MB of internal memory. The power of the camera provides removable battery capacity of 1130 mA∙h. According to the manufacturer, it is enough for two hours of video recording.

Dimensions of the camera — 67 x 116 x 36 mm, with the external housing 149 x 102 x 81 mm. the controls are optimized for manipulation while wearing gloves. Note that the camera without the external case is also waterproof, but only to a depth of 18 m.

Camera SeaLife DC2000 costs $700, complete with Sea Dragon flash Pro is $996. Kit with led lamp Sea Dragon is worth 2500 $1100 and the kit with flash light and lamp — $1400. Deliveries are scheduled to begin on 1 December.

Source: SeaLife

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