SeaLife Cameras, Lights and Accessories were established in the early 1990’s to offer an easy and fun way to capture undersea wildlife and underwater memories in an easy, uncomplicated way.
Today, that is still the standard we set for ourselves. SeaLife developed the world’s first commercially available underwater digital camera and is the only imaging and lighting brand that focuses entirely on diving, snorkeling and watersports. This specialized approach assures the highest degree of satisfaction with our extensive base of users. We’re constantly evaluating our products to ensure that our equipment delivers the most consistent results, even in extreme and difficult conditions.
Through our extensive partnerships with dive retailers, conservation and industry associations, we continually seek ways to broaden interest in underwater life and cultivate an appreciation for the undersea environment.

Meet Our SeaLife Ambassadors

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Tobias Friedrich


Tobias Friedrich started taking underwater photos in 2007.  Since then his images have been published in prestigious scuba diving magazines such as Sport Diver, Unterwasser, Tauchen, Scuba Diver, Through The Lens and many others.  In 2018 he won the coveted Underwater Photographer of the Year competition.  Tobias is always passionate for new challenges and up for new, creative ways in underwater photography. 

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Philippe Eggert


Philippe Eggert, admin of Marine Pixels and co-founder of the Marine Pixels Academy, is an Underwater Photography enthusiast. He is well known in the scene for his creative, experimental ways he captures the pure beauty beneath the surface. He is drawn to the macro underwater world, which he can find just at his doorstep in Bali. 

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Lynn Miner


Lynn Miner lives in the great Pacific Northwest.  As an avid diver, scientist and conservationist for 50 years he has used these disciplines to develop equipment and techniques for fluorescence diving.  His technologies are used by marine institutes, universities and researchers around the world studying coral health and climate change.  Plus, it can be used to take some really cool images.

Check out some of Tobias’ SeaLife DC2000 images, a master of underwater composition, Tobias Friedrich’s images are world renowned.

Philippe is an all-around underwater photographer and diver, his passion is Macro imaging.  Look what he’s been able to do with the DC2000 and SeaLife DC Super Macro lens!

Lynn is a Fluorescence Fanatic, who travels the world to Fluoro or “Fluo” dive and photo, have a look at these images shot with the SeaLife DC2000 and Sea Dragon Fluoro Dual Beam.

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