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Date: 2019-02-19 08:38
Author: Andreas Nilsen

The new Inon snoot for their Z-330 and D-200 strobes are ready for order. The snoot will help eliminating backscatter, highlight subjects and give you a spotlight effect on your subjects. A perfect item to have with you on your macro dives.

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  Inon Snoot



Date: 2019-02-04 09:21
Author: Andreas Nilsen

An Archon snoot to your video light will help you with your macro photography. A small kit including 3 different sixed snoots. 15 mm, 8 mm and 3 mm.

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  Archon Snoot



Date: 2019-01-28 07:56
Author: Andreas Nilsen

With Sea&Sea’s Fiber optic cable II you will get a cable that is more resistant to distortion and bending thanks to its composition of 613 individual fibers instead of just one.

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  Fiber optic cable II



Date: 2019-01-21 09:09
Author: Andreas Nilsen

Nauticam 45 degree viewfinder provide a bright, clear and undistorted 1:1 image of the camera's finder.

Long sighted or short sighted? The viewfinder features an external knob for eyesight compensation; hassle-free diopter adjustment can now be easily performed even when you are underwater.

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  Nauticam viewfinder



Date: 2019-01-16 08:36
Author: Andreas Nilsen

Check-out payment with Klarna on

In our continuous efforts to improve we have implemented Klarna Check-out payment solution on our site. Klarna is one of Europe’s largest banks and is providing safe payment solutions for 60 million consumers across 100,000 merchants in 14 countries.

Fast, easy and safe payments!

  Klarna Payment



Date: 2019-01-10 08:11
Author: Andreas Nilsen

A compact strobe kit with Inon's excellent professional D-2000 strobe together with a complete arm set made of high quality aluminum.

The D-2000 offers highly accurate S-TTL Auto mode by transmitting built-in flash light to an external strobe regardless of make or model of camera. The S-TTL Auto does not require any complicated setting. A complete set ready to be used.
In stock for immediate delivery.

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  Inon D-2000 strobe kit



Date: 2019-01-04 07:36
Author: Andreas Nilsen

The new big glass dome in stock in at Exposure Underwater!

This is a 230 mm highly versatile BK7 crystal glass dome port compatible with various fisheye and wide-angle lenses. And it is dressed with velvet inside to avoid any flare and mirror ghost image in the shot. Highest image quality, also suitable for half-underwater-half-topside images. And image quality will be even better when used with an Internal Correction Lens. The dome use two different anti-reflective coatings with silicon-dioxide to effectively suppress flare and ghosting. As a result, the refractive index of each port is reduced to less than 0.01% and the domes produce extremely high-contrast images.
Specification: Dimensions 250 x 120 mm. Weight 2100g. Depth rating 100m. Construction: corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy including optical dome cover and case.

To read more or order the Optical Dome II 230

  Optical Dome Port II 230



Date: 2018-12-28 12:43
Author: Andreas Nilsen

Happy New Year from the Exposure Underwater team, Magnus and Andreas. Both of us want to thank you all for a great 2018 and we look forward to an even better 2019 in the company of you.

  Happy New Year 2019



Date: 2018-12-21 08:29
Author: Andreas Nilsen

Inon Front Cover 110 is made of neoprene and are used with Inon Z-330/D200 Strobe & Wide lens with lens hood attached.

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 Inon Front Cover 110



Date: 2018-12-04 07:26
Author: Andreas Nilsen

Magnus Lundgren testing the bag CB70 Square Grouper from Cinebags in the field.

So I brought the Square Grouper with me to Galápagos. It had many different uses for me as UW photographer.
On route/flight
If you want to travel with the UW-housing mounted to your destination you can keep housing, ports and even strobes and arms etc in the bag in the cabin. It is protected from scratching the equipment, and harder hits as well, and there is plenty of space. On this trip I choose to not use it when flying as I had so much other hand luggage, so I simply collapsed the empty CB70 Square Grouper and packed it into my diving bag with all my other diving gear and brought it along.
On location
I used it frequently on location to have my assembled UW-housing in it. Useful when doing day excursions for diving and snorkeling, as it is a great way to bring along a fully assembled underwater DSLR camera with strobes and arms, and other stuff as well. When staying at a hotel in San Cristobal, I could use the bag as a rinse-tank as it holds water. On the liveaboard I used this super-quality bag to keep ports, tools, smaller handy stuff and my vacuum kit up around the camera benches on the Galápagos Master boat. Everything is very safe and protected when it is inside the bag. And if the rinse tanks where full or the water was so-so in the public rinse tanks onboard, then I temporarily emptied my stuff that was inside the Square Grouper and used it as my private rinse tank with fresh water. Very versatile.
Magnus opinion
Very useful item, a bit costly, but when you feel the quality of the product you understand and accept the price-level. Highly recommended, and you probably save money in the long run from avoiding damage and by keeping your camera in a padded bag that helps to reduce vibrations that is so bad for electronics.

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 CINEBAGS Square Grouper


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