SeaLife launched DC2000 underwater camera

sealifeManufacturer of the underwater camera Sealife launched the most advanced DC2000 camera with waterproof body and can breathe easily upto water level up to 60m / 200ft. It sports 20MP 1″ Sony BSI CMOS Image Sensor for sharp and detailed images, it has Continuous shooting speed of 10-fps, so that the users can capture fast moving subjects without any interruption at full resolution. It can record Full HD 1080p video at 60 fps with stereo sound and also can capture JPEG images as well as RAW photos. It can also capture 5 or 10 images in 1-3 seconds and save them as a .gif file. It also comes with Picture-in-video feature which allows the users to capture still images while recording Full HD movies. It also has 8-fps Burst, Time-Lapse and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity.
It comes with a 31mm equiv. F1.8 7-element aspheric lens that can be paired with an optional wide-angle 110-degree fisheye lens or compact wide-angle 90-degree lens. Four underwater camera modes are available with integrated color corrections such as external flash, external light, dive, and snorkel. These are joined by 25 ‘Land Scene’ modes for shooting on land.

The users have the option to show their creativity by selecting the 8 shooting modes such as manual, aperture, underwater, shutter, program, intelligent auto, land, and panorama.

It gives DSLR-like image qualities, so the users can capture the stunning images of both the kingdoms water and land, and also it is fit for landscape, close-ups and portraits.

SeaLife DC2000 camera is available in three versions such as:-

  • DC2000 Pro Light with a Sea Dragon 2500 COB LED Light ($1100)
  • DC2000 Pro Flash with a Sea Dragon Flash ($1000)
  • DC2000 Pro Duo with a Sea Dragon Flash and 2300 Auto LED Light ($1400)

The users can get the DC2000 camera without lighting accessories at the cost of $700 and also they have the option to get all the four products through pre-order now through select retailers including B&H Photo.

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