SeaLife introduces a new handheld lighting set for compact underwater cameras, the Sea Dragon 650 Micro Kit. The new Sea Dragon 650 Micro Kit comes equipped with the compact Sea Dragon Mini 650 lumen light and Flex-Connect accessories to add stability and color to underwater videos.
This compact lighting set includes the Sea Dragon Mini 650 Flood, Flex-Connect Micro Tray, Grip, and adapters for Y-S mount, AquaPod, and GoPro camera. The set packs 650 lumens across a wide 120-degree beam angle, while the Micro Tray and ergonomic grip provide a comfortable, one-handed control of your camera. With such a compact setup, it’s easy to stay immersed in your diving experience.
The Sea Dragon Mini 650 features two power settings (100 percent and 50 percent), and you can easily remove it from the set and use it as a handheld dive light. The ultra-wide beam of the Sea Dragon Mini 650 Flood is ideal for brightening underwater photos and videos as well as wide-area illumination. You can achieve an incredible 130-minute, full-power burn time with an optional XTAR 18650 3.6V 3400mAH Li-Ion rechargeable battery. The included pair of single-use CR123 batteries yield 60 minutes of burn time at full power.
Using the Flex-Connect mounting system, you can break the set down instantly for hassle-free travel or expand it with other, more powerful, Sea Dragon lights and Flex-Connect accessories.
The Sea Dragon 650 Micro Kit (Item SLKIT04) is now available from SeaLife dealers for $199.
Pioneer Research in Moorestown, New Jersey, designs, engineers, makes and distributes SeaLife underwater cameras. 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.