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Panasonic GH4 Underwater Camera Review - Big 4K Resolution, Small Price   The Olympus TG-3 Underwater Camera Review - Amazing Super Macro
Panasonic GH4 Underwater Camera Review - Big 4K Resolution, Small Price The GH4 is the only mirrorless or SLR camera to offer on board 4K 30p video recording directly to an SD card—no bulky external recording units required.

  The Olympus TG-3 Underwater Camera Review - Amazing Super MacroOlympus was kind enough to send along a pre-release sample of the newest Tough camera to The Digital Shootout, the TG-3. The tough series of cameras are truly tough—waterproof to 50 feet without a housing, crushproof to 220 pounds, drop proof from 6 feet, and freeze proof.

Best Underwater Compact Cameras for 2014   The Incredibly Bright Line of 15,000-22,000 Lumen Orcalight Seawolf Video Lights
Best Underwater Compact Cameras for 2014The Backscatter team developed a review of the best underwater compact cameras available in 2014. We reviewed dozens of options and picked the best cameras suited for underwater photography. Top rated cameras for our 2014 review included the Olympus E-M1, Sony RX100 II, GoPro Hero3+, and more.   The Incredibly Bright Line of 15,000-22,000 Lumen Orcalight Seawolf Video LightsThe Orcalight Seawolf 860 is 15,000 lumens of light from a self-contained body, with no extra cables or battery pods. The Orcalight Seawolf 2260A is 22,000 lumens canister light with a larger battery. The Orcalight Seawolf 1560A provides 22,000 lumens on camera! These are seriously bright lights and ones we were looking forward to using at The Digital Shootout.

Wide-Angle – Easy Tips for Underwater Photos   Mastering Macro Underwater
Wide-Angle – Easy Tips for Underwater PhotosAnything that’s larger than a basketball should be considered a wide-angle subject. By using a wide lens with at least 100 degrees of coverage, you can get within inches to a few feet of your subject and still maintain an expansive background.   Mastering Macro UnderwaterGenerally, anything small enough to fit within a 5-by-7-inch area is considered macro. Lots of subjects fall into this category — fish, crustaceans, abstract details and more. Photographing subjects this small requires getting close and using special macro lenses.

 Olympus OM-D E-M1 Micro 4:3 Mirrorless Camera Review - First Dives and Photos   A Guide to Using the GoPro Hero3 / Hero3+ Underwater
Olympus OM-D E-M1 Micro 4:3 Mirrorless Camera Review - First Dives and PhotosGet an in depth first look at the new Mirrorless Camera from Olympus, the E-M1. Learn more about the new 1/320 sync speed, 16 megapixel sensor with increased ISO sensitivity, 4 bank white balance, customizable functions, improved ergonomics, and more. Check out our video.   A Guide to Using the GoPro Hero3 / Hero3+ UnderwaterWhether you are just getting started with underwater image-making or a serious cinematographer, the GoPro Hero3 / 3+ is a versatile, fully auto HD camera, perfect for making underwater moments lasting memories and as a competent B-roll camera.


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