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Jason Heller | Aug 10, 2007 2:00 AM
FL-12 Underwater Housing for Nikon Coolpix L12 Digital Camera Fantasea Line announces the release of a new housing specifically designed for the Nikon Coolpix L12 digital camera. The FL-12 housing, depth rated to 60 meters/200 feet, is fully functional providing photographers with access to all camera functions. Fantasea's new housing design and improved construction makes this housing ideal for outdoor and underwater photographers' needs. The Fantasea FL-12 housing has a double O-ring seal on all controls, anti-glare hood over LCD screen, and built-in diffuser. The FL-12 also features a 46mm port ring thread for easy attachment of accessory lenses and filters...
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Jason Heller | Aug 7, 2007 2:00 AM
A Place Like No Other Raja Ampat is considered by many to have the greatest marine biodiversity of any place on the planet. Recent findings are mind blowing, with approximately 1,000 species of reef fish, 565 species of hard corals, and 700 species of mollusks. In addition, many large pelagics make their home in these waters. Huge schools of jack and tuna, pods of dolphins, turtles and other game fish abound. Mantas, mobulas and even the giant whale shark frequent these waters. With such a prolific marine environment, it is no surprise that Raja Ampat has been nominated to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site...
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Jason Heller | Jul 30, 2007 2:00 AM
Wiltshire-based underwater photographer Arthur Kingdon won the British Splash-In Championship, an underwater photography competition held in Plymouth waters on Saturday 7 July. Organised by the British Society of Underwater Photographers, this annual event has been running for over 30 years and is now organised in association with the National Marine Aquarium...
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Jason Heller | Jul 30, 2007 2:00 AM
Martha Tressler wins Wildlife Trusts seal of approval The search for a new 'face' to help promote The Wildlife Trusts' marine bill campaign is over after Martha Tressler's picture of a grey seal was selected by judges at the British Society of Underwater Photographers' annual prints competition which ran alongside the British Splash-in Championship. Photographers from around the world had been invited to send A4 prints to compete in 3 separate categories - British / Irish waters, overseas and advanced. The pictures were displayed in June and July at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth where the public was invited to vote for their favourites. Trevor Rees won both the British / Irish and the overseas categories while Peter Ladell took the advanced category. In addition, judges from The Wildlife Trusts chose four images representing British marine life among the display...
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Jason Heller | Jul 29, 2007 2:00 AM
Amphibico announced last week the release of the new Dive Buddy HD Elite. We had a chance to play with one of these (on land unfortunately) at the Scuba Show in Long Beach this past June...
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Jason Heller | Jul 29, 2007 2:00 AM
26 excited participants from all over the globe ended on the island of Layang Layang in Sabah, Malaysia from July 17-23rd for a 6 day extravaganza of camaraderie, photography, and spectacular diving. Judges and presenters for the week included Stephen Wong from Hong Kong, Dr Kurt Svrcula from Malaysia, Settimio Cipriani from Italy, and Mike Veitch from Yap...
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Jason Heller | Jul 23, 2007 2:00 AM
New York underwater photographer Fernwood Mitchell's colorful images adorned the walls of the famous department store on Fifth Avenue in the heart of New York City...
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Jason Heller | Jul 19, 2007 2:00 AM
Members of the International SHARK - L Discussion List have recently got together to write the following letter to Discovery Network regarding Shark Week programming. If you feel that you agree with this letter and wish to add your name to the list of signatures, please click here...
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Jason Heller | Jul 16, 2007 2:00 AM
We're here on Tioman Island for the kick off of the Tioman Mega Dive. Unfortunately, we're not going to be diving for more than two days while out here, but we're having a great time and enjoying great company.
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Jason Heller | Jul 16, 2007 2:00 AM
"In recent weeks a fishing boat has been coming into Speyside in Tobago and shark fishing off little Tobago. This kind of targeted fishing is indiscriminate. They are catching sharks of all species, including endangered hammerheads and tiger sharks, many too young to breed. This is not the livelihood of entire communities, nor is it the local fishermen of Speyside. The culprits are four individuals who are trying to get rich quick by plundering the waters around the precious Speyside reef. For several weeks now they have been catching ten or more sharks each day and selling the shark meat in Trinidad...
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