Katie fell in love with diving, completing over 100 dives in 4 countries in her first year as a Open Water diver alone. Hundreds of dives later, she has progressed through several levels of PADI certifications to ultimately earn her IDC Staff Instructor rating. She is a strong proponent of continuing education, and she personally makes an effort to experience a wide variety of types of diving – Deep/cold water wreck dives in the Atlantic, Wall dives in Turks & Caicos and Honduras, Drift dives in Cozumel, Quarry diving here in the midwest, Drysuit, Nitrox, boat and shore diving… they all offer new experiences to divers. Katie enjoys teaching divers of all ages and experience levels, from Bubblemakers to Divemasters!
Sealife has a new firmware update for the DC2000 cameras.
Do I need to upgrade?
Just like computer programs are updated from time to time, SeaLife improves the firmware for its digital camera models. Normally, you do not need to upgrade. Your camera should work very well, even with the very first firmware version.
If a new firmware becomes available, you may want to upgrade your firmware anyway, to benefit from SeaLife’s ongoing research for better underwater photos.
How do I know what firmware version I have?
Most SeaLife camera models will include the firmware version information in the system settings menu. Look for “System Info” or “Firmware version”. Some SeaLife cameras will briefly display the firmware version on the startup screen when powering on the camera. Please check the instruction manual specific to you camera model for more details.
Click here, and scroll to the bottom of the page to update your Sealife camera.
Tovatec has a new camera and light unit coming out this December. This simple unit is $299.95 and can be used as a light, a camera, or both. They will be in stock December 20th! Reserve yours today! It will make a perfect gift for you or any divers you are shopping for.