We went down to Crystal River, Florida to check out what the compact Nikon D5600 DSLR camera can do with ambient light in the early morning sun.
See how true Sony TTL strobe exposure can give you fantastic color and clarity in both macro AND wide angle!
Pair the Nikon 8-15mm with the DL Compact 8" Dome Port to streamline your system and shoot close focus wide angle.
Ikelite Ambassador Chase Darnell shows the versatility of the compact Panasonic LUMIX GX85 mirrorless micro four-thirds camera while shooting in Grand Cayman.
Ken Kiefer chooses the 5D Mark IV as his go-to camera whether shooting big creatures in open water or big personalities in his pool studio.
The RC1 TTL Receiver provides incredibly fast and accurate strobe exposure with popular Olympus and Panasonic models including the Tough TG-5.
The DC3 6" Dome Port isn't just for split shots (half-in, half-out of the water). It also provides a wider field of view underwater.
The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 VI camera is a favorite for dive travel because of it's exceptional image and video quality, and convenient 24-200mm zoom lens.
The DL1 DS Link harnesses the power of true Nikon TTL strobe communication for perfect exposure from super macro to wide angle.
The Sony Alpha A7R III is one of those cameras that gets better and better the more you shoot with it.
Anyone looking for a compact and lightweight underwater camera system will fall in love with this tough little macro machine.
Wide angle and macro from Bonaire using the Sony Alpha A6500 with the Sony 90mm Macro and 16mm + Fisheye lenses.
Brandi Mueller is back from Chuuk Lagoon with some awesome examples of what the Nikon D850 DSLR camera can do underwater.
The Canon EOS 200D Rebel SL2 camera is a great choice for underwater because of its compact size and huge 24 megapixel sensor.
A little bit of everything thanks to Steve Miller: wide angle, macro, available light, strobe lit, fluorescence, and split shots.
Underwater photos from caves to Parisian catacombs taken with the Canon EOS 70D DSLR camera by Ikelite users Benoit Maison-Blanche and Don Costanza.
Spectacular underwater photos taken with the Nikon D500 DSLR camera by Ambassador Brandi Mueller in the Red Sea.