Product Reviews

  1. Take your Smartphone for a dive - instant underwater camera

    Take your Phone for a dive - Underwater Smartphone Housings Overview

    Contributed By : Tim Hochgrebe

    Take your Phone for a dive - Underwater Smartphone Housings Overview

    Contributed By : Tim Hochgrebe

    Smartphone cameras have become such powerful and high resolution cameras that many reconsider buying yet another camera when considering underwater photography.

  2. Speedy fun in the water! How to choose the right seascooter

    Speedy fun in the water! How to choose the right seascooter

    Contributed By : Underwater

    Speedy fun in the water! How to choose the right seascooter

    Contributed By : Underwater

    There is definitely more fun to be had in the water when adding a seascooter, but with ample choice at Underwater Australasia it is hard to know which model to choose....

  3. Blu3 mini-scuba systems

    Top 5 Reasons To Use A Mini Scuba System

    Contributed By : Wandy Hochgrebe

    Top 5 Reasons To Use A Mini Scuba System

    Contributed By : Wandy Hochgrebe

    Underwater Australasia sells the Blu3 NEMO and Blu3 NOMAD mini scuba systems, but what are they and why are they so useful? Find out in this blog

  4. QYSEA FiFish Underwater Drone Hull Inspection

    Using Underwater Drones in the real world - use cases from fun to industry

    Contributed By : Chad Wise-Jarvis

    Using Underwater Drones in the real world - use cases from fun to industry

    Contributed By : Chad Wise-Jarvis

    This blog is demonstrating the highly adaptable and versatile uses of the QYSEA FiFish drones and add-ons. A few different scenarios illustrate the usefulness of these machines - imagination is the only limit!

  5. QYSEA FiFish Underwater Drones - which drone to choose

    Explore and Dive with QYSEA FiFish Multi-directional Underwater Drones

    Contributed By : Chad Wise-Jarvis

    Explore and Dive with QYSEA FiFish Multi-directional Underwater Drones

    Contributed By : Chad Wise-Jarvis

    QYSEA, through their range of Fifish V-Series underwater drones, offer different ROVS that perform different tasks or have different capabilities and can be used in a range of environments and settings. Recreational or professional, we've got you covered!

  6. Underwater X ELK Draws Water Bottle for Mental Health

    Water Bottles for Mental Health with ELK Draws

    Contributed By : Wandy Hochgrebe

    Water Bottles for Mental Health with ELK Draws

    Contributed By : Wandy Hochgrebe
    The story of the artist behind the Underwater X Elk Draws Stainless Steel Insulated Water Bottles for Mental Health
  7. Anglerifsh captured by Nigel Marsh with his iPhone in the Sealife SportDiver Smart Phone Housing

    Review of the Sealife SportDiver Smartphone Housing

    Contributed By : Nigel Marsh

    Review of the Sealife SportDiver Smartphone Housing

    Contributed By : Nigel Marsh

    Underwater photography is extremely rewarding, but it can also be very frustrating. Wouldn’t it be great if underwater photography was as simply as using your smartphone? Well, it can be with the Sealife Sportdiver Smartphone Housing.

  8. Diving with a propeller - Seadoo VS Supercharged Scooter

    Diving with a propeller - Seadoo VS Supercharged Scooter

    Contributed By : Simon Hartley

    Diving with a propeller - Seadoo VS Supercharged Scooter

    Contributed By : Simon Hartley
    My first opportunity to use the Seadoo VS Supercharged Seascooter was recently on a dive in the Tweed River, northern NSW.
  9. 'Seascooter Simon' - a side-by-side review of the Seadoo Explorer and VS Supercharged

    'Seascooter Simon' - a side-by-side review of the Seadoo Explorer and VS Supercharged

    Contributed By : Simon Hartley

    'Seascooter Simon' - a side-by-side review of the Seadoo Explorer and VS Supercharged

    Contributed By : Simon Hartley
    Right off the bat I want to make it clear that, to the best of my knowledge, I've never used an underwater scooter before.
  10. Using my Tokina 10–17mm Fisheye lens

    Using my Tokina 10–17mm Fisheye lens

    Contributed By : John Natoli

    Using my Tokina 10–17mm Fisheye lens

    Contributed By : John Natoli
    It was Jul/Aug 2007 when I read Dr. Alex Mustard's review on the Tokina 10-17mm in the Underwater Photography web magazine.