David Gwyer showcases his short video showing the striking giant stingrays that can be found while scuba diving off Tenerife and Lanzarote, Canary Islands.

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Our video wall is sponsored by Paralenz, and each week we’ll be posting a video either from the guys at Paralenz or a guest video picked from our user-generated uploads showcasing the best of diving, conservation, travel and more!

Paralenz are the ‘new kids on the block’ when it comes to underwater action cameras, but they bring a serious piece of kit to the table that is loaded with benefits and can rival any other action camera on the market. The main feature allows you to throw away your traditional filters, as their DCC software corrects colour on the fly to produce stunning videos. Other action cameras are built to be used for anything from skiing to surfing, but diving is a unique sport that places extreme demands on the gear used, both in terms of durability and usability. The Paralenz POV Action Camera is built for one purpose – diving – and is perfectly suited to survive in the rough and tough conditions of a gear bag or on any adventure you may take it on!

Key Features

Get all the colours without colour filters

The most light-sensitive underwater action camera

Automatically start and stop recording

Battery for several dives

Waterproof to 200m/656ft

Use the click-mount system for fast and easy mounting

Fixed-mount system that connects to ball mounts, tripod mounts and more.

Simple enough for anyone to operate

Switch to Paralenz today – and start bringing the colour back into your videos!

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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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