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SeaLife’s Sea Dragon 3000F Underwater Light Shines at DEMA

Underwater camera company SeaLife has introduced the new Sea Dragon 3000F, showcasing the new product at the DEMA show.

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Underwater camera company SeaLife has introduced the new Sea Dragon 3000F light, showcasing the new product at the DEMA show.

The light features two red LEDs which emit a 88° wide ‘stealth mode’ beam, that has been designed to avoid scaring away nighttime sea creatures and preserve your eye’s natural night vision.

One of the most innovative parts about this light though, is that it features an ‘Auto Flash Detection Mode’ which turns the light off for one second when an external flash is detected. This helps to create a well-lit image and prevents both shadows and overexposure in underwater photos.

SeaLife Reveals New Sea Dragon 3000F Underwater Light

The light delivers 3000 lumens over 120° smooth, even beam angle without a hot spot. Powered by a rechargeable 25Wh lithium ion battery, the Sea Dragon 3000F burns for a full hour at 100% power at constant brightness.

SeaLife Reveals New Sea Dragon 3000F Underwater Light

It’s depth rated to 330ft/100m and includes a Flex Connect Grip and single tray. It is available in the UK and costs $499.95

Check out www.sealife-cameras.com/photo-video-dive for more information.

 

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Lorna Dockerill
Lorna Dockerill
Lorna fell in love with scuba diving back in 2011 during a trip to Thailand and Australia. Having always dreamt of seeing a sea turtle in the wild, her dream was realised on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef while training to become a certified diver. Since then she’s developed a passion for the natural world, writing about wildlife photography – both the on land and underwater kind – for the past eight years.

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