Polar Pro Filter's red filter is designed for the GoPro Hero3 camera. The red filter color corrects for the GoPro's auto white balance. When filming underwater, red light is not present and the GoPro does not take the lack of red light loss into account. This can often cause videos to be too green or too blue. Just snap on a Polar Pro red filter which will reduce excess blues and greens therefore reinstating vibrant reef colors back into your GoPro dive videos!
The DC1400 Maxx Duo combines a 14-megapixel camera, fisheye wide-angle lens, flash, video light and tray (and a host of accessories), so you’ll never get caught choosing between shooting cool video or photos again.
Leave your strobes behind and free your mind to create amazing ambient-light underwater photos. Ambient-light photography isn’t technically challenging, though it might seem so. Done right, it gives underwater photographers a world of possibilities: the ability to capture scenes that are too large to be lit only with strobes; the ability to create blue-water backgrounds with a unique gradient of colors; and the ability to create images with strong contrast and eye-catching silhouettes.
SeaLife’s new ReefMaster is an easy-to-use dive camera that’s waterproof to 200 feet and doesn’t require a housing. This ultra-compact nine megapixel camera shoots stills as well as video. The always-in-focus Reefmaster is enhanced even further by the included external Mini Wide Angle lens which increases the shooting angle by 33 percent and provides a shooting distance of one foot to infinity. A large LCD makes for easy on-camera viewing, and with the bold-red rubber grip and wide-spaced button controls, one-handed operation is a cinch.