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DEMA 2007: Seacam
By Jason Heller, November 6, 2007 @ 02:00 AM (EST)

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.

The monitor glasses seem to be branded versions of the popular video glasses used to watch dvd’s and ipod videos – and they’re pretty cool! The remote monitor is the hub of the system, connecting to the pole bulkhead and providing the signal to the glasses. The pole itself is a little on the heavy side, but it’s obviously high quality stuff, connecting to the camera with a ball mount. I can’t believe I forgot to write down exactly how long the pole telescopes, but I estimate about 7 feet or so. Pricing for the set is not formally established yet, but expect the kit to be in the $4,500 range.

In addition to the pole cam system, Seacam displayed a prototype of their new Sea Flash 150 strobe, a compact version of the previous 250 model. Harald Hordosch showed us the flexible power settings, and removable battery, and explained that we should expect it to perform as a powerful, high quality, compact strobe.

Lastly, Seacam has released a new tripod and monopod, unfortunately they were significantly upstaged by the uber cool pole-cam!



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Dan Billings
Nov 8, 2007 3:11 PM
Dan Billings wrote:
Does anyone know if you can adapt this monitor somewhow to other housing models? That would be very useful. Do any other housings offer something like this?
Pete J. Czech
Nov 9, 2007 11:16 AM
Pete J. Czech wrote:
This is some serious equipment. I'm going to check it out for sure. Price seems right.
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