SeaLife has developed a new Super Macro Lens for their SeaLife Micro HD and 2.0 cameras, which gives underwater photographers the ability to capture sharp macro stills and videos from 3.5″ to 7″ (9 cm to 18 cm). The lens will be available in early July 2016.
The Super Macro Lens’ small profile pushes easily onto the lens ports of the compact Micro HD and 2.0 cameras. With the SeaLife Micro cameras’ focus range of 12 inches to infinity, divers can effortlessly capture stunning HD details on their subjects as close as 3.5″ (9 cm) away. The lens is a “wet lens” so it can be easily attached or removed underwater.
The new Super Macro lens features two optical elements with a broadband anti-reflective coating. A rubber armored exterior protects its durable aluminum construction against shock and the lens port from scratches. The lens includes a protective pouch, safety lanyard, and two removable (4.75″/18.7mm) focus distance sticks. SeaLife also offers a 10x Close-Up lens (Item SL570) for shooting distances from 6 to 24 inches (15-61cm).
For more information or to place an order, contact the SeaLife Sales Team or a local SeaLife dealer.
Super Macro Close Up Lens Item SL571 MSRP $99.95
10x Close-Up Lens Item SL570 MSRP $39.95
Micro HD Camera Item SL500 MSRP $399.95
Micro 2.0 32GB Camera Item SL510 MSRP $499.95
Micro 2.0 64GB Camera Item SL512 MSRP $549.95
Micro 2.0 Pro 1500 Set Item SL514 MSRP $789.95
Micro 2.0 Pro 2500 Set Item SL516 MSRP $999.95
About SeaLife Cameras
SeaLife underwater cameras, lights and accessories are designed, engineered, made and distributed by Pioneer Research in Moorestown, N.J. SeaLife cameras were first introduced in 1993. In 2000, SeaLife made the first digital underwater camera. In 2007, SeaLife developed the first non-housed digital underwater camera, and in 2013, SeaLife introduced the powerful Sea Dragon Lighting system with its innovative Flex-Connect tray, grip, arm and accessory system. SeaLife Cameras, Sea Dragon Lighting and Flex-Connect Accessories are sold and serviced in 64 countries around the world.
For more information, visit www.SeaLife-Cameras.com.