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Issue 137 of Underwater Photography Magazine Available
By DPG Editorial Staff, March 8, 2024 @ 06:00 AM (EST)


The latest edition of Underwater Photography magazine—Issue 137—is now available as a free download.

As usual, we have a handy roundup of industry news and new imaging gear to get the ball rolling. This issue covers the SeaLife 52mm Wide Angle Dome Lens and Lens Adapter for the SportDiver smartphone housing (which we first saw at last year’s DEMA Show), the Nauticam housing for the Fujifilm GFX100 II medium format mirrorless camera, the Inon UCL-G100 SD and UCL-G55 SD close-up lenses for GoPro, and the two new housings for the new Sony a9 III, from Ikelite and Nauticam.

On the equipment test front, Alex Mustard shares a few thoughts on the Nauticam Fisheye Conversion Port (FCP-1), which he took on a liveaboard trip in Raja Ampat, though he does stress that his is not a full review: “I will leave it to others to write a full review of the FCP-1 in future issues,” he writes, “because even though I’ve never been paid by Nauticam, I have been involved in this project from the start.” If you are interested in an in-depth assessment of this much-hyped water-contact optic, make sure to check out DPG Field Editor Nicolas Remy’s review.

Elsewhere, there’s an excellent review of the “pro-grade” OM System 90mm f/3.5 macro lens by Martin Stevens, a long-term review of the OM System OM-1 in the AOI UH-OM1 housing by Andrew McLachlan, and a careful look at the Divevolk SeaTouch 4 smartphone housing by publisher/editor Peter Rowlands. Finally, let’s not forget where that wonderful cover comes from: a very interesting feature called “Paradoxical Blur” by the master of motion blur, Nick More.

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.  

 

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