Visit Paralenz at booth 2365 at DEMA in Las Vegas this year to see everything that’s new with the camera built by divers, for divers.

Paralenz is here to stay! For the third year in a row, the team behind the Paralenz Dive Camera will attend one of the biggest retailer and manufacturer exhibitions in the world, DEMA, which is set to take place in Las Vegas this year. Girls That Scuba, Nataliia Zharkova (World Champion freediver), Aron Arngrimsson (TheDirtyDozen.org) and the Captain of the American national spearfishing team, Francisco Loffredi, will be joining Paralenz at booth #2365. The team is super excited about showing what they have been up to the past year including a new accessory and a beautiful short underwater film, “Interspecies – Powered by Paralenz.”

What has happened since 2017?

Since Paralenz appeared at DEMA last year, they have solidified their presence in the diving industry as the camera truly built by divers, for divers. With more than 6000 units sold the first year through more than 200 resellers worldwide, the Paralenz team has proven that divers love their new dedicated camera manufacturer.

What’s new?

After the release of the new Paralenz Dive Camera+ in July, the guys behind the Paralenz immediately started working on the long list of ideas that is urgently awaiting their attention. Two of these ideas are near production stage and will be displayed at the Paralenz booth at DEMA — don’t miss out!

What’s next?

Paralenz is focused on divers and will keep developing tech for divers! Now to help spread awareness of the Paralenz, all resellers, manufacturers, ambassadors, explorers, videographers and dive media outlets are more than welcome to drop by at DEMA or reach out through www.paralenz.com.

 

 

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