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SeaLife Underwater Cameras - What Can They Do?

So, you've seen SeaLife cameras in just about every dive shop you've been in.  You're going on vacation or are thinking about getting into underwater photography and would like to know what these cameras can do.

Well, look no further!  Fresh off of strutting their stuff at the Santa Clara Dive and Travel Expo, Jens M. Rubschlager of SeaLife Underwater Cameras will be Showing off their equipment and what it can do on the big screen with NCUPS.

SeaLife has done a remarkable job of getting divers and aquatic enthusiasts hooked on photography by producing easy to use cameras that take fantastic images and video.

In addition to showing images and video taken from these cameras on a huge movie theater type screen, Jens will be on hand to answer any and all questions you have about their cameras.

Whether you just want to check out some cool underwater footage, are new to photography or are looking for something easier to use and travel with, this is the event for you.  Hope to see you soon!


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  • Ruth C.

    I’m sooooooooooooooo upset that I didn’t FORCE all my CSD dive buddies to come to NCUPS tonight! Best show I’ve seen in years!!! A rep from SeaLife, with the DC1400 camera, was there and gave an unbelievable presentation. It’s just perfect for old farts like me who don’t want to haul a 30# system underwater again. It takes cool macros, wide angle, AND video. He had a show with all those sizes in it…but it was mostly chat.

    The entire SeaLife system costs what one light used to cost me!!! Really impressive!!! Check out their website: And check our the “aquapod” that could go with the camera: It can also screw into the base of the tray and act as a monopod so you don’t hafta be standing their holding the camera!!! All kinds of opportunities, eh?!?

    1 · May 11, 2013

    • John F.

      Thanks Ruth! I thought Jens did a fantastic job also. Very entertaining and informative:)

      May 14, 2013

  • David Wallac w.

    What size sensor does it have & whats it closest match in Canon for sensor size & quality?

    May 3, 2013

    • Susan B.

      DC1400 sensor size 14MB pixel CCD (1/2.33")

      May 10, 2013

  • Kathy M.

    Interesting talk! Nice little cameras.

    1 · May 10, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry, something came up at the last minute!

    May 10, 2013

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