SeaLife is launching a new flagship compact camera specially designed for underwater photographers—the DC2000. Like the DC1400, the new model comes complete with an underwater housing that’s depth-rated to 200 feet (60 meters), and the small inner camera, which is itself waterproof to 60 feet, can be removed for taking images on land. The DC2000 has a 0.1-second shutter speed, to never miss a moment of any action. To add to this, the DC2000 can now shoot images in RAW format. Shooting in RAW gives you more control when editing your images.br>
The camera is built around the latest image/video capture technology—a Sony 1-inch back-illuminated 20-megapixel CMOS sensor—and boasts a host of pro-level features, including Full HD 1080p 60fps video recording, RAW still capture, manual aperture control (f/1.8–f/11), optical image stabilization, and high-speed autofocus with a minimum focusing distance of just four inches. Images can be downloaded via USB or wirelessly via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
The DC2000 features four underwater modes and three built-in digital color-correction filters, which allow shooters to capture accurate color at various depths. The camera can be easily expanded via SeaLife’s Flex-Connect arm system in combination with their Sea Dragon Flash and the company’s wide range of video lights.
SL740 SeaLife DC2000 Digital Underwater Camera $699.95
SL745 SeaLife DC2000 Sea Dragon Pro Flash Set $995.95
SL744 SeaLife DC2000 Sea Dragon 2500 LED Light Set $1,099.95
SL746 SeaLife Pro Duo including Sea Dragon Flash
Sea Dragon 2300 LED Auto Light $1,399.95
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