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SeaLife Cameras capture clear, crisp shots in HD, even hundreds of feet below the ocean. SeaLife Camera Accessories like wide-angle lenses and attachable lights make the most of your undersea photo shoot. SeaLife Bags keep your valuable SeaLife camera safe and sound between dives. A leader and innovator in underwater photography, SeaLife manufactures quality, easy-to-use underwater cameras and accessories.See more
A dive without a camera is a wedding without pictures – if you’re seeing something beautiful, don’t you want those memories to last? The ocean is a breathtaking world of exotic vistas, and you can take those sights with you with a SeaLife Underwater Camera. Whether you’re an amateur shot-snapper or a professional photographer, there’s a SeaLife underwater camera suited perfectly to your needs. Preferred the world over by undersea photographers everywhere, a SeaLife camera means you, and your memories, are in good hands.
Innovative products and superior customer service - SeaLife's aim is that both will exceed your expectations.
Available in 9 or 14 megapixels, SeaLife underwater digital cameras capture clear, crisp shots at high resolution. The higher the resolution, the bigger you’ll be able to blow up your photos without losing quality. With a SeaLife underwater camera, you’ll be able to hang large-sized, crystal-clear prints of your dive photos anywhere in your house.
SeaLife underwater cameras are guaranteed to work at depth – depending on the model, the maximum depth of SeaLife cameras range between 130 and 300 feet (40 to 100 meters). SeaLife cameras combine the best features found in any standard camera with the unique needs of underwater photography. Large buttons make for easy operation, even when wearing gloves. SeaLife underwater cameras come equipped with multiple underwater-specific modes, color correction filters, and auto-focus features. They even come with rubberized shock-resistant cases, many of which can absorb falls of up to 6 feet!
These underwater digital cameras, like the SeaLife DC1400 Pro Video, can capture high-quality video as well. Many models can record HD video at 720p, and at 30 frames per second. The SeaLife DC1400 Pro Video can even capture sound, providing a perfect sensory recreation of your last dive.
A picture’s only as good as the light bouncing off it, so many SeaLife underwater cameras come with ports for two Digital Pro Flash attachments. These work to help eliminate the murky shadows when diving deep, or when photographing inside of a wreck or cave. Digital Pro Flash attachments make sure your photos are clear, crisp, and brightly colored.
To make certain your videos are sharp and colorful, SeaLife also has photo and video light attachments for a more consistent light than a flash can provide.
Make the most of a SeaLife underwater camera with fish-eye wide-angle lens attachments, extra Digital Pro Flashes, LED light attachments, additional batteries, bigger memory cards, and even buoyancy control weights.
Protect your investment with SeaLife camera bag. With durable material, full padding, and enough room for a camera and all of its accessories, a SeaLife bag is a requirement for keeping your gear safe.
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|Sealife DC1400 14 Megapixel Underwater Camera Pro Duo Kit with L.E.D. Video Light and Digital Pro Flash Reviews
Reviewer:Nathan McCordon12/3/2011Pretty nice camera - I bought this set up as an alternative to getting an SLR and housing, and lights, as all that stuff that adds up very quickly, and it worked out pretty well. The camera itself is very simple and easy to use. The housing is also VERY simple and easy to use. This was really nice when I was going between normal photos and macro. The white balance didnt always seem to come out the way I hoped though. Even when switching the camera between the camera alone and with flash (in the easy setup menu), I didnt see much difference and the photos were a little too blue. The focusing was usually pretty good, although it took some time to figure out how far to push the button to focus before it took a... View Full Review
|Sealife Used DC1400 14 Megapixel Underwater Camera and HD Video Reviews
Reviewer:Christopher C.on7/7/2012Sealife DC1400 purchase - I had an older dc500, with the single external strobe flash, but I damaged the camera screen by carrying it in my pocket with the slim case. With the new DC1400, I also needed the new housing because the inside cameras are different.Now the old housing is obsolete. I was able to rif the old flash to work with the new housing by re-running the fiber optic cable to the new ring. At least this was a good aspect about use of previous purchase. The new housing is nice with the larger buttons, so I am happy with it. The built-in Sealife settings in the cameras are also very nice once you get used to them. Since the strobe is ever so slightly delayed by its optical pickup method, setting the... View Full Review
|Sealife Mini 2 Underwater Dive Camera Reviews
Reviewer:Kelly McBeanon10/28/2011Nice compact digital camera / some helpful hints - i recently bought a sealife reefmaster mini2/9.0 megapixel camera to take on my dive trip to curacao. this camera is very easy to set up with new format menu. i was able to capture some very nice photos. some helpful hints for this camera. 1)purchase rechargeble batteries with charger. i was able to make 3 dives a day taking lots of pictures and still have battery life and the end of the day.this camera runs on 2 aaa batteries.2)rinse camera in fresh water and end of your dive day and let dry overnight.3)do not open camera door until the next mourning to replace with 2 new aaa recharged batteries to aviod getting any water s into battery compartment.4)i found that the camera added to much... View Full Review
|Sealife Replacement / Spare Camera Only (No Housing) for DC1400 Reviews
Reviewer:Jacob Brownon12/5/2013Timely and great price. - I originaly ordered this camera replacement through my local dive shop for a little bit cheaper, paid in full and said they would order it that day, a week layer I check back to see if it had come in and they didnt even order it yet, waiting there I watched them order it and saw it submit, weeks later I check to see if it had come in yet, still no, over two months and still no camera, I look on scuba.com and they have it in stock I called in to see if I could get a price match and they would! Minutes later I had a confirmation email saying my order was being processed and later that day it was already being shipped, four days later I got my camera in the mail!!!, I know who Im buying from... View Full Review
|Sealife DC1400 14 Megapixel Underwater Dive Camera Reviews
Reviewer:Benjamin L.on3/20/2013Great Camera - Best decision I have made in awhile! :) I have read a lot of reviews of underwater cameras. Mostly negative.. It took me months to pull the trigger. I was hesitant to buy this camera, but I am sure glad I did! I have decided that like normal, you reviewer people are entirely too picky. Sure the shutter speed is about a 1 second delay. Sure the pictures arent always perfect unless the visibility is. But you are taking pictures underwater people.. And with nothing but a basic flash! I am a vacation diver and have never used an underwater camera. I found it incredibly easy to use and have gotten amazing comments from my friends on my first trip with underwater pictures. I have a lot to... View Full Review
|Sealife Lens Dock Reviews
Reviewer:Scott Michaelon6/6/2010It works great - Its a necessity if you use the wide angle lens. The lens has to be put on when you are underwater to prevent air from being trapped between the camera and the W/A lens. The lens dock is the simplest and safest place for the W/A lens to be until you need it. Since I use the W/A lens almost 100% of the time, the lens dock is a no-brainer. If you use the optional SeaLife camera weight and the ext. flash, youll have to turn the weight 90 to allow the lens dock to fit. Dont forget to hook the leash on the W/A lens to the camera. I wouldnt trust the friction fit of either the lens dock of the front of the camera to hold up to an unlucky bump!!
|Sealife Spare/Replacement Battery Reviews
Reviewer:Nick L.on12/8/2009Follow start up directions - I purchased these replacements for my old batteries which I charged incorrectly in the past which affected their ability to hold a charge. I followed the instructions to the letter and the new batteries are effectively holding a charge now, lasting over an hour. Make sure that you let the batteries run low before charging and ALWAYS give them a full charge. Taking them off the charger before they are fully charged WILL adversely affect their ability to hold a charge
|Sealife Wide Angle Lens Reviews
Reviewer:Joyce P.on8/2/2011It has its ups and downs - The lens definitely does its job, there is a significant difference with the field of view. It can attach underwater which is great. My only criticism is that when you take pictures with the lens on, it leaves a black ring (from the lens) on the corners of your pictures. It still is a great lens, I like how is has a clip that attaches to the camera. If your looking to save money on your camera system, maybe hold off on this until later. I still recommend it, Im just not "crazy" about it. Little bit of an inconvenience to crop a lot of my pictures down to get that dumb black ring out of the corners.
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