Das neue Underwater Photography Magazine#97 ist draussen.

Juli/August 2017, 60 Seiten


  • Videux
  • Recovering reefs
  • Plymouth Sound Marine Reserve

News Travel & Events

  • Tiger shark & Great Hammerhead Diving
  • Spirit of Niugini Southern Islands with Chris Bartlett
  • Basking Sharks arrive back in the Hebrides
  • 60,000-Year-Old Underwater Forest Revealed
  • First Think Pink Photo Competition
  • Sharks and Crocs, Cuba
  • Wrasse campaign 2017
  • Lembeh Photo Fun Week
  • UPY Chavonnes Battery exhibition returns for its 2nd year

New Products

  • Hugyfot Vision Hero 5
  • i-TURTLE XS & s-TURTLE Flash Triggers
  • Nauticam NA-GH5 for Panasonic GH5
  • Paralenz Dive Camera
  • Olympus PT-058 Housing for TG-5
  • Sea & Sea SA8 Series Ball Clamp II
  • Acquapazza developments
  • HugyFloat - neutral buoyancy redefined
  • AOI UMG-01 Magnifier
  • Fantasea FML Ports for Mirrorless Housings
  • Aquatica Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mk II
  • Ikelite 200DLM/A housing for Olympus PEN E-PL8
  • Sea & Sea SA8 Ball Base for Accessory Shoe II
  • Subal Navy line
  • Retra Flash pre-production update!
  • Ikelite 200DL housing for Canon EOS 80D
  • Gladius Underwater Drone
  • CineBags CB76 Tool Kit
  • Anglerfish Trigger remote slave sensor
  • Gates Seal Check Lite
  • Sealux Sony HDFS5


  • Sea Slugs of India
  • Dive Scapa Flow 100th anniversary Edition
  • Scottish Nudibranchs
  • Videux


  • 50 and counting by Phil Rudin
  • Olympus TG-5 & PT-058 by Backscatter staff
  • Cine bags CB27 by Adam Hanlon
  • Olympus 8mm F1.8 and Nauticam 140 dome by Phil Rudin
  • Videux by Chris Parsons


  • Cay of pigs by Chris Knight

My Shot

  • by Alex Tyrell

Parting Shot

  • by Douglas David Seifert

Das neue X-Ray Magazin ist wieder draussen.

  • Aircraft Wrecks of Papua New Guinea
  • Annual cylinder inspections are not that bad
  • Derek DeYoung Portfolio
  • Diving Coastal British Columbia
  • Diving Northern Primorye: Russia's Far East
  • Diving the Azores
  • Interview with Lilian Koh: Lens Beyond Ocean Portfolio Winner
  • Invasion of the King Crabs
  • Pushing the Altitude: The Quest to Document the SS Tahoe
  • Risk-Taking in Diving: Is it Worth it?
  • Super Macro: Supersizing Your Macro
  • Teamwork
  • The Future of Scuba Diving in a Flat World – Part 1

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  • Temperature & DCS
  • Kobanya
  • Namibian Diving
  • Diving Fads
  • VPM-B: shaping the curve

Quelle: http://techdivingmag.com

Das neue X-Ray Magazin ist wieder draussen.

Main features in this issue include:

Air Supply Emergencies

What do you do when it all runs out?

In the last Scuba Confidential column, I took a long, hard look at the buddy system and solo diving. Whatever you may feel about the issues, there are definite benefits—both tangible and intangible—to diving with someone else. We are human beings, after all.

Atlantic Bluefin Tuna: Ferraris of the Sea

The Atlantic bluefin tuna is one of the largest and fastest fish in the ocean. They are incredible swimmers. With bodies shaped like torpedoes, they are practically built for speed. Some species of tuna can swim as fast as 69kph (43mph). They are exceptional predators from the moment they are born, and they can live up to 40 years.

The Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) belongs to the Scombridae family. They are magnificent and impressive wild animals. They live in both the western and eastern sides of the Atlantic Ocean, and during springtime, migrate to the Mediterranean Sea to spawn.

Becky Kagan Schott

Talent plus personality. That’s how clients and colleagues explain 35-year-old Becky Kagan Schott’s rapid ascent in the male-dominated, niche-filled world of underwater cinematography. “There are only a handful of people you can call if you need someone to dive to 350 feet, shoot and be creative,” explains Evan Kovacs, director of underwater photography at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute’s Advanced Imaging and Visualization Lab.

Colleague, British underwater cameraman Rich Stevenson said that her skilled and energetic “let’s do this” attitude is the icing on the cake.

Great Lakes: A Haven for Wreck Divers

There are other areas of the world with well-preserved shipwrecks, but the Great Lakes has the monopoly on sheer mass, variety and relative ease of access. Very few known dive-able wrecks are much more than a few hours boat ride from a decent restaurant, a chain hotel or a decent-sized town. Isle Royale, in Lake Superior, is a notable exception, but most wreck dive sites in the Great Lakes do not demand an expedition set up to reach.

I had lived in North America for a few years before I gave the Great Lakes much thought.

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Das neue Underwater Photography Magazine#965 ist draussen.

Mai/Juni 2017, 74 Seiten.


  • People v Science
  • Video angle of coverage
  • Back issues offer of £9.95

News, Travel & Events

  • Wetpixel Whalesharks 2017
  • Blue Whale Expedition
  • Alor Photo contest 2016 winner
  • Underwater filmmaking with David Diley
  • Solomon Islands photo competition
  • Dive Explore Indonesia
  • Maldives with Backscatter
  • Blue Heron Bridge Photo Workshop
  • 2018 Shootout captains announced
  • BIUPC 2017
  • British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017 

New Products

  • Keldan Video 8X 11000lm CRI92 upgrade
  • Ikelite Canon-7d-Mark-II housing
  • BS Kinetics housing for the Leica S
  • Xit404 Body Caps
  • CineBags Revolution BackPack CB25B
  • Deepshots Panasonic Lumix G 12-32mm zoom gear
  • VL15000P-PRO MINI
  • Tovatec Fusion Series
  • INON Monitor Housing for LVR3
  • Ikelite Olympus-E-M1-Mark-II-a
  • Nauticam Arri Alexa
  • Weefine Divergo-1
  • Sealux CS Panasonic GH5 housing
  • Nimar NI7DMK2WB for Canon EOS 7D Mark II
  • FishSpy camera
  • Fantasea Sony a6500 and a6300 housing
  • Seacam compact Sony A7 II R/S
  • Aquatica Sony Alpha 6500 housing
  • Ultralight “Sue’s Knuckles (AC-CSSK)
  • The 50 Best Dives in Micronesia
  • Anilao Nudibranchs 2016 

Product Reviews

  • WeeFine Ring Light 1000 by Peter Rowlands


  • Our World Underwater 2017 winners

 Marine Life

  • Coral Bleaching on the GBR By Bob Halstead 


  • Diving Papua New Guinea by Scott Portelli
  • Dumaguete by Nigel Marsh & Helen Rose
  • Down Mexico way with Alex Tattersall
  • Alorese fishing traps by Gilles Brignardello
  • Canadian Salmon by Fernando Lessa
  • Farne Islands, UK by Jean Michel Machefert 

My Shot

  • by Tony Myshlyaev & Martin Sczyrba 

Parting Shot

  • by Jean Michel Machefert

Damit man die Seesicht auf den Zugersee geniessen kann, braucht man den Durchblick. In Zug steigt deshalb regelmässig eine Taucherin ins Wasser.

Seesicht hat man in Zug von den Quartieren am Fusse des Zugerberges, von den Hochhäusern oder einfach vom Quai aus. Seesicht kann man in Zug aber auch unter Wasser geniessen: Seit 2015 reicht bei der Rössliwiese eine Treppe an den Grund des Zugersees, dort gibt es eine kleine Plattform. Durch eine Scheibe sieht man die Unterwasserwelt, manchmal ziehen grosse Fischschwärme vorüber. Es handelt sich um die Stahlskulptur des Künstlers Roman Signer.

Freiwillig im Einsatz für die Kunst

Seit Anfang Monat ist die Treppe wieder von Dienstag bis Sonntag jeweils ab 9 Uhr bis zum Einnachten für jedermann begehbar. Damit man einen klaren Durchblick hat, braucht es allerdings eine Fensterputzerin der etwas anderen Art: Taucherin Vinka Looser sorgt auch in der kommenden Saison für den klaren Durchblick und reinigt die Scheibe regelmässig von aussen. Das Kunsthaus Zug schätzt und würdigt ihren Einsatz: «Eine spektakuläre und wertvolle Freiwilligenarbeit!»

Quelle: 20 Minuten, 14.4.2017

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