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Sea&Sea Offers New Optical Glass Dome Port Series

Sea&Sea’s new Optical Dome Port II series includes five Optical Dome Ports in three different diameters, meeting the needs and demands of underwater photographers shooting a wide range of lenses.

The domes use high quality BK7 crystal glass with two different anti-reflective coatings to optimize image quality, one for the exterior and the other for the interior of the Optical Domes.

The 230mm dome is a versatile option for various fisheye and wide angle lenses and is ideal for over-under shots.

The 165mm is compatible with a wide range of lenses, but especially ideal for 8-15 mm lenses. Both the 165mm and 230mm are compatible with Internal Correction Lenses which correct image aberration and distortion.

The 100mm port is the most compact and lightweight optical dome port Sea&Sea offers. This dome comes in three sizes and is designed exclusively for fisheye lenses. The 100 S is designed exclusively for the Nikon AF DX Fisheye Nikkor ED 10.5mm F2.8G. The 100 M is designed exclusively for the Tokina AT-X 107 DX Fisheye 10-17mm F3.5-4.5, for Nikon and Canon cameras and the 100 L is designed exclusively for Canon’s EF 8-15mm F4L USM and Nikon’s AF-S Fisheye Nikkor 8-15mm F3.5-4.5 E ED. This set up is ideal for wide-angle macro, allowing the strobe to get closer to the dome.

For more info on all of Sea&Sea’s lens ports, check out the company’s website.

Jillian Morris Brake
Jillian Morris Brake
Jillian Morris ("Shark Girl") is a marine biologist, shark conservationist, professional videographer/photographer, educator, writer and is absolutely obsessed with sharks. She grew up on the water in Maine and has wrapped her life around the ocean. She is the founder and president of Sharks4Kids, a shark education nonprofit inspiring the next generation of shark advocates through education, outreach, and adventure.


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