SeaLife's most advanced camera
Enjoy full creative freedom with SeaLife's new DC2000 digital underwater camera. Featuring a large SONY® 1” type back-illuminated 20MP image sensor and RAW formatting capabilities, the DC2000 will let your underwater inspirations guide you to stunning results.
Full featured with nearly unlimited editing options
With an ultra-fast auto focus and shutter response, you'll never miss a shot with the SeaLife DC2000. Take control of your creativity by selecting from the 8 shooting modes: manual, aperture, underwater, shutter, program, intelligent auto, land, and panorama. JPEG and RAW (Adobe .dng) imaging formats are available, providing you with nearly endless photo editing options.
Get the best of both worlds
With DSLR-like imaging results, you'll want to make the DC2000's waterproof inner camera your go-to land camera with the ability to capture rich landscapes and stunning close-ups and portraits.
Ultra-fast shutter response of 0.1 seconds
4 Underwater Shooting Modes for sharp, colorful underwater pictures under any conditions
3 built-in underwater digital color correction filters: shallow water (snorkeling), deep water (diving) or “green” water (algae bloom)
25 Land Scene modes adjust camera settings for specific shooting environments
Intelligent Auto Mode selects the optimal land scene mode for effortless shooting
Continuous Burst Shooting shoots high resolution 20MP pictures up to 10 frames per second
Manual White Balance control to customize UW color correction to your specific depth and water conditions
Manual shutter and aperture for complete control over image exposure from F1.8 to F11 in 0.3 stop increments
Auto focus from 4”(10cm) to infinity
Micro SD, SDHC SDXC and UHS-1 memory card compatible up to 64GB
Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) – CCD shift technology reduces camera shake
Short-cut key for fast and easy access to favorite menu setting
Expandable with Sea Dragon Flash(es), Photo-Video Lights and SeaLife SL975 Fisheye lens
Rubber armored, shock-resistant for rough handling and tough environments
Depth rated down to 200ft/60m (camera in housing)