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Recent articles and press featuring SeaLife underwater cameras and accessories.
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The DC2000 is an ideal system for divers who want an easy point-and-shoot experience, but it also caters to the more-adventurous shooter ready to break into the realm of full manual control. Read the rest of Chase Darnell's review on the SeaLife DC2000.
Read what the editors from Sport Diver Magazine had to say about the SeaLife DC2000 when they tested it at Alexander Springs in Ocala National Forest.
From Indonesia to Mexico, learn about the best secret dive spots from around the world and capture those underwater moments with the all-in-one camera package, the SeaLife Micro 2.0 5000 (as seen in Sport Diver Magazine).
Check out Ezvid Wiki's extensive review on the top waterproof cameras of 2016. Ranking at #4, with the SeaLife Micro HD's permanently sealed body and travel-friendly size, this is the perfect underwater camera to bring on your next dive or snorkel trip!
Author and underwater photographer, Paul J. Mila, uses photos taken with SeaLife cameras and equipment to illustrate his children's book, Harry Hawksbill Helps His Friends, published by Best Publishing Company.
The SeaLife Micro 2.0 underwater camera is small, ergonomic, comfortable and captures images with excellent resolution. Read what else John C. Fine had to say about the camera.
The waterproof, pocket-sized SeaLife Micro 2.0 camera is crammed with great features, making it the perfect camera to capture your boating moments. Read what Dan Harding, editor of Power & Motoryacht, had to say about the camera.
The SeaLife Micro 2.0 is the perfect waterproof camera to capture your summer cruising memories. Read why Christopher White, editor from SAIL, favors the Micro 2.0 over other camera brands.
Capture the action in one scene with a wide-angled camera like the SeaLife Micro 2.0 camera, or get creative by pairing it with SeaLife AquaPod for that amazing fishing shot. Read why Captain Dave Lear, from picked the SeaLife Micro 2.0 as one of the best cameras to bring on board.
John C. Fine, editor and author of award-winning books regarding ocean pollution, highlights the great features of the ergonomic and compact Micro 2.0 with the Sea Dragon Lighting system.