Sealife CAMERA DIGITALE SUBACQUEA DC 2000
La fotocamera per immersioni subacquee e non solo più all’avanguardia appena realizzata dalla SeaLife. Avrai la massima libertà creativa con la nuova fotocamera digitale subacquea SeaLife DC2000. Caratterizzata di un ampio sensore d’immagini retroilluminato da 20MP di SONY® e da capacità di formattazione RAW, la fotocamera Sealife DC2000 lascerà alla tua ispirazione subacquea il compito di guidarti verso risultati sorprendenti.
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The DC2000 has seen many improvements over its now-discontinued predecessor, the DC1400. As the names suggest, the pixel count has increased from 14MP to 20MP, but it’s the sensor itself that shows the real promise: While the DC1400 had a 1/2.33-inch CCD sensor, the new camera boasts a significantly larger 1-inch CMOS type—and it’s made by Sony, no slouch when it comes to sensors. SeaLIfe didn’t stop there either, with the DC2000 being able to record Full HD 1080p at a fluid 60fps, giving you some slow-motion options in post-production. This is a big jump for video enthusiasts, the previous model managing HD 720p at 30fps. (SeaLife fans will just have to wait for 4K.)
The new camera also has faster focusing capabilities, matched with a much better shutter response, 0.1s instead of 0.3s. This is a crucial criterion for underwater photography: Marine life doesn’t wait around and capturing interesting behavior takes a camera that’s ready to record.
Another nice feature SeaLIfe has brought to the table is making the inner camera watertight, so that even without the housing, the camera is waterproof to 60 feet—great for snorkeling, kayaking or other water-based activities. Add the housing to your setup, and a whole array of attachments become available via SeaLife’s Flex-Connect arm system. Adding strobes and lights for different shooting situations is a breeze.
SeaLife DC2000 Highlights
The DC2000 housing features large, well-labeled piano-style keys on the back, and the camera’s various shooting modes can all be accessed via the rotary dial above the keys. The housing also comes with a built-in diffuser for the on-camera flash unit, as well as a fiber-optic plate that has inserts for two strobes.
SeaLife DC2000 Housing Highlights
With its compact dimensions, rugged construction, and excellent image quality, the DC2000 is an ideal system for divers who want an easy point-and-shoot experience, but it also caters to the more-adventurous shooter ready to break into the realm of full manual control. In addition, as the inner camera is itself depth-rated to 60 feet, you even have the option of leaving the housing in your hotel room, and having fun snorkeling or shooting in the surf.
While the DC2000’s range of well-thought-out features allows shooters plenty of room to grow and try out different techniques, the extensive SeaLife ecosystem of wet lenses, lighting solutions and accessories make it all too easy for users to progress along their underwater imaging journey at their own pace.
Like other compact cameras, the DC2000 performs less well in low-light situations, with the highest-quality results at ISO 400 and below. But the larger 1-inch sensor and ability to record in RAW format puts the DC2000 among the best in its class for still shooting. On the video side, it would have been nice to have 4K on board, but the camera’s high-quality Full HD capture at 60fps is eminently usable for practical purposes.
Despite holding its own in terms of features and image quality, the DC2000 may not offer quite the same level of flexibility as a separate compact camera and housing, but you would be hard pressed to find a sleeker and more user-friendly rig. Factor in the DC2000’s very affordable price, and SeaLife’s new flagship camera is destined to become the camera of choice for many divers beginning their adventures in underwater photography and video.
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