This week’s video comes from Daan Verhoeven and features UK freediver Georgina Miller dive the famous Zenobia wreck and enter the bridge at 26m deep. Send us your best underwater videos and get featured!
Our video wall is sponsored by SeaLife, and each week we’ll be posting a video either from SeaLife or a guest video picked from our user-generated uploads showcasing the best of diving, conservation, travel and more!
SeaLife has been around since the early ‘90’s and are the first company to make underwater photography accessible to the masses of recreational divers. SeaLife developed the first ever underwater digital camera in the year 2000 with its DC100 camera and have had a long history since up to their current flagship model, the DC2000. SeaLife cameras were developed by divers for divers and were the first cameras to include colour correcting underwater filtering “Land & Sea” modes in the camera’s firmware. SeaLife’s footprint in diving extends far beyond cameras with their Sea Dragon underwater lighting for photo, video and as primary and back-up dive lights. SeaLife’s popular Flex-Connect mounting system for cameras and lights is secure, ergonomic and comfortable, while being easy to set up and disassemble.
Patented built-in color correcting Software
Underwater Cameras for Novice to Advanced
SeaLife DC2000 offers RAW, and Manual modes, and fully Automatic
SeaLife Micro 2.0 is permanently sealed and is easiest to use
A full range of underwater lighting with SeaLife’s Sea Dragon
Mount cameras and lighting using SeaLife’s ergonomic Flex-Connect control system