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Issue 134 of Underwater Photography Magazine Available
By DPG Editorial Staff, September 4, 2023 @ 05:30 PM (EST)

The latest edition of Underwater Photography magazine—Issue 134—is now available as a free download.

Things kick off, as usual, with a handy roundup of industry news and new imaging gear. This time around, we have a slew of new strobes—the Marelux Apollo, the Sea&Sea YS-D3 DUO, and the Inon S-220—as well as Ikelite’s new 200DL housing for the Fujifilm X-T5, and the compatibility of the Sea&Sea Sony Alpha Universal Housing with the a7R Mark V.

In terms of equipment tests, you’ll find an interesting article on moving up from an Olympus TG-6 to the Canon EOS R7 with its APS-C size sensor; a reproduction of Backscatter’s excellent review of the Nikon Z8 alongside a separate report on the Nauticam housing for the same camera; and finally, Phil Rudin’s in-depth look at the Scubalamp D-Pro strobe and its accompanying snoot, the OSD, or Optical Shaping Device. There’s also an enlightening interview with Dutch underwater shooter Raymond Wennekes and several nice trip reports—Anda and Moalboal in the Philippines, and Malpelo Island, off the coast of Colombia.

Getting your free copy of the latest issue of Underwater Photography magazine is simplicity itself: Simply sign up with your email to get access. If you’ve already signed up (and you’re logged in), you can download your copy directly here.  




SeaLife SportDiver Ultra Smartphone Housing
Backscatter Hybrid Flash HF-1
Isotta Housing for OM System OM-1 I & II
Nauticam Fisheye Conversion Port (FCP)
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