SeaLife has announced the introduction of a new dome lens for its ReefMaster and Micro series range of underwater cameras.
The new ultra-wide-angle lens adds a lot of capability to the cameras allowing divers to get up to three times closer to their subjects.
The lens is compatible with the following cameras: Micro HD, HD+, Micro 2.0, Micro 3.0, and SeaLife ReefMaster RM-4K. Features of the new lens include:
- A reasonably lightweight of 331 grams/11.7 ounces.
- An enormous 196° field of vision.
- 4- element/4- group array optics for razor-sharp imagery.
- Negatively buoyant.
- Nitrogen-filled backspace to eliminate fogging.
According to SeaLife’s Vice President of Product Development Bjorn Harms:
“This is a breakthrough for Micro-Series camera users, as the lens significantly improves the camera’s image sharpness.”
The SeaLife conversion lens will cost US$349.95/~£255/~€302, and the new lens is set to hit the market in January 2022.