SeaLife launched their first fluorescent photo-video-dive mild, the Sea Dragon Fluoro-Twin Beam, on the DEMA (Dive Gear & Advertising Affiliation) tradeshow in mid-November. Favored by divers for spectacular exhibits of shade and spectacular nighttime shows of emitted power, fluorescence or “fluoro” diving with specialised lighting has turn out to be in style.
Right here’s how fluoro diving works: The sunshine’s royal blue LEDs emit blue mild within the vary of 450-460nm, which is within the approximate frequency vary to “excite” the fish, reef and organisms into making a light-filled power response. The brand new SeaLife Sea Dragon Fluoro-Twin Beam provides a finely tuned and proprietary dichroic filter that pinpoints the precise mild frequency in order to get the very best power response out of your underwater topics, revealing vibrant fluorescent colours of underwater creatures. The Fluoro-Twin Beam additionally gives an 800-lumen white-light spot beam, so divers may also use it as a dive mild to information them to favourite fluoro-viewing areas.
The Sea Dragon Fluoro-Twin Beam options two switchable beams that simply rework it from a blue fluoro 65-degree floodlight to a white, 800-lumen 15-degree concentrated beam with a push of a button. A chargeable lithium ion 7.4V, 3400 mAh, 25Wh battery delivers energy for 2 steady hours at 100-percent fluoro emission. With its single-button operation, the sunshine can shortly regulate between 4 brightness modes: 100% fluoro flood, 50% fluoro flood, 100% white spot, and 50% white spot. Moreover, the Fluoro-Twin Beam has an emergency sign mode that's activated by holding the facility button in for 4 seconds.
Two common barrier filters are included to enhance your expertise in underwater fluorescent viewing and imaging. The masks filter matches over your dive masks to filter out the sunshine’s residual blue mild — it’s the response from the ocean creature you need to see, not the blue mild. The second filter attaches to any underwater digital camera with a lens diameter as much as 47mm. The viewer wears a yellow masks filter in order that they see solely the fish or sea organism’s emitted power, not the Sea Dragon Fluoro-Twin beam’s blue mild. A yellow digital camera lens filter additionally serves the identical perform on an underwater digital camera.
The Sea Dragon Fluoro-Twin Beam is depth rated right down to 330 ft (100 m). The twin silicone O-ring battery element is unbiased from the Sea Dragon’s electronics, so the sunshine won't be completely broken if water by chance intrudes.
The Fluoro-Twin Beam features a Flex-Join Single Tray, Grip and Sea Dragon Ball Joint Adapter (SL995) that connects the sunshine to any underwater digital camera utilizing the 1”/25mm ball joint mounting system. Like all Sea Dragon lights and strobe, the Sea Dragon Fluoro-Twin Beam can simply be expanded with Flex-Join trays, grips, and mounting equipment.
The Sea Dragon Fluoro-Twin Beam shall be obtainable for cargo in January 2017 on the following worth:
|SL673||Sea Dragon Fluoro-Twin Beam
(Consists of Flex-Join Grip, Single Tray, Flex-Join Sea Dragon Ball Joint Adapter, masks and digital camera barrier filters)
SeaLife Underwater Cameras are made by Pioneer Analysis in Moorestown, NJ and have been first launched in 1993. In 2000, SeaLife developed the world’s first digital underwater digital camera. In 2007, SeaLife developed the primary non-housed digital underwater digital camera, and in 2013 SeaLife launched the highly effective Sea Dragon Lighting system and its progressive Flex-Join tray, grip, arm and accent system. By 2014, SeaLife launched the Micro HD, the world’s first completely sealed underwater digital camera. SeaLife cameras, lightings and equipment are bought and serviced in 64 nations all over the world.