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Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 25, 2019 4:00 AM
One of the more than 70 ancient sunken vessels off the Egyptian coast fits the description of a cargo boat written by Greek historian Herodotus almost 2,500 years ago
Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 25, 2019 3:00 AM
Ikelite wastes no time getting out its housing for the new Canon EOS RP full-frame mirrorless
Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 22, 2019 12:00 PM
Save the $250 on the FTZ mount adapter you’ll need to attach your precious F-mount lenses to your new Z6 or Z7
Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 20, 2019 9:30 PM
A necropsy examination of a beached juvenile whale has revealed the presence of “16 rice sacks, 4 banana plantation style bags and multiple shopping bags”
Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 20, 2019 8:30 PM
New research suggests that corals at or near the equator are less affected by coral bleaching than elsewhere
Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 19, 2019 10:30 PM
Backscatter’s newest accessory for the Tough TG-5 restores the camera’s topside field of view underwater and is designed to enhance image clarity, sharpness and contrast
Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 18, 2019 4:30 AM
The latest book in the series, The Ultimate Guide to the Essential Sites, is now available for purchase
Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 18, 2019 3:00 AM
Putting the mirrorless wonder through its paces in the waters of the Caribbean, Backscatter is impressed with the Z7, calling it a “mini-D850”
Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 15, 2019 12:00 AM
A six-mile-long oil slick is soon expected to hit the coast of Brittany, in northwestern France
Ian Bongso-Seldrup | Mar 14, 2019 10:30 PM
A new study estimates that the ocean continues to absorb around a third of the carbon dioxide we’ve been releasing into the atmostphere—but the saturation point hasn’t yet been reached

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