If you want truly breathtaking photos of underwater wildlife, you need to get close to your subject. SeaLife, a leader in underwater photography, today introduced a 24mm Wide-Angle Lens for its ReefMaster line of underwater cameras that allows photographers to come within 12 inches of underwater subjects.
Made from fully multi-coated optical glass, this new accessory increases photographers' field of vision by fifty percent. With the Wide-Angle Lens, enthusiasts can capture a five-foot shark from five feet away, or shoot nose-to-nose with a sea turtle.
The SeaLife Wide-Angle Lens can be easily attached or removed from any ReefMaster camera, even while underwater. Weighing in at nine ounces, with threelens elements in three groups and a 6160 aluminum housing, the lens is submersible up to 200 feet.