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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
The big news at Light & Motion is the multi-camera fitting Stingray video housing. As the new generations of cameras create the need to upgrade, housing companies are struggling with ways to keep pace. The adjustable tray of the new Stingary allows adjustment for 10 existing video camera models
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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
Mares will be the official sponsor of the new DivePhotoGuide monthly give away promotions. For one year beginning this month and culminating in a grand prize give away, Mares & DivePhotoGuide will be giving away regulators, BC's, computers, wetsuits, masks, fins and dive bags. Stay tuned for the official promotion announcement soon
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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
I stopped by the Nexus booth to visit Lee Peterson or Marine Camera Distributors and Joe Holly from Marine Visions. Since I shoot Nexus housings myself, I was particularly interested in hearing about the Nikon D300 and D3 housings.But I was equally as excited to learn that Nexus had a prototype for the new Olympus E-3 SLR
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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
Olympus sources had confirmed weeks ago, at the PhotoPlus Expo, that they had plans for a metal housing for the new E-3 DSLR in the midst. During DEMA this became even more evident with the emergence of a Nexus E-3 housing, and rumors of a partnership between Nexus and Olympus
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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
The DPG / Wetpixel booth became somewhat of a home base for underwater imagery folks to stop by and spend time among our own. Walking the aisles, and hanging out at the fairly lavish parties, we also bumped into several photographers. This page is an image gallery of some of the people and players at DEMA 2007
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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
Pete Symes from X-Ray Mag brought me over to the Poseidon booth, where they had on display their new CIS-Lunar Mk VI rebreather. I'm glad he did, this is a cool toy that I may just need to have for myself
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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
The Sea Tool housings are compact, ergonomic and uniquely designed. You can change memory cards, batteries, or lenses without removing the camera from the housing tray
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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
I must say, Seacam gets the award for most innovative imagery products at DEMA 2007. Focused on the professional and high end amateur shooters, Seacam introduced a fantastic pole-cam package, complete with an electronic eyepiece adapter that feeds into a remote monitor and/or monitor glasses
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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
Subal is starting to pick up a little more steam in the US, after a long run as a popular housing brand among underwater photographers in Europe. Subal is focusing first on the new Canons, with the new Nikon housings to follow soon thereafter, sometime early next year
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Jason Heller | Nov 6, 2007 2:00 AM
ULCS was proudly displaying their 2" buoyancy arms, along side the regular arms, clamps and accessories that round out our underwater imagery gear bags. I've yet to try the 2" arms, but I plan on buying a complete set soon
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