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SeaLife Reefmaster SL960 External Flash
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SeaLife Reefmaster SL960 External Flash

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Product Number:  SL960

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  • Sealife External Flash Mounts easily to all SeaLife cameras equipped with external flash mount. Includes deluxe carrying case. Requires 4 AA batteries (not included). Does not include camera.
    Fits all Sealife cameras except the Skindiver. The key to great professional looking photos is to get close to your subject. The SeaLife Wide Angle Lens will increase your field of vision by 50% so that you can capture that 2 meter shark from 2 meters away or fit a group of divers into one frame. You can get as close as 30 cm. To your subject to insure bright colorful pictures. Easily snaps on and off while underwater.
    Specifications:
    Fully multi-coated optical glass lens.
    3 Lens Elements in 3 Groups.
    Decreases minimal shooting distance to 30 cm.
    Fits all Sealife Film and Digital Cameras.
    Enhances color and brightness.
    Flexible arm allows for easy aiming at any angle.
    Rubberized arm provides a sure grip.
    Camera flash cover reduces backscatter and is removable for extra brightness.
    Distance range from 2 to 6 ft. (0.6 to 1.8m).
    ON/OFF and TEST switch.
    Mounts easily to SeaLife Reefmaster Cameras equipped with flash mount.
    Two external flashes can be utilized, one on each side of camera.
    About 100 flashes with 4AA batteries.
    Use to 164ft/50m deep.
    Safety Lanyard.
    Deluxe Protective Carry Case.

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