SeaLife Cameras offer a wide array of popular digital underwater cameras, exciting LED lighing systems and camera accessories.
SeaLife Cameras, Lights and Accessories were established in the early 1990’s to offer an easy and fun way to capture undersea wildlife and underwater memories in an easy, uncomplicated way.
Today, that is still the standard SeaLife sets. SeaLife developed the world’s first commercially available underwater digital camera and is the only imaging and lighting brand that focuses entirely on diving, snorkeling and watersports. This specialized approach assures the highest degree of satisfaction with our extensive base of users. SeaLife is constantly evaluating their products to ensure that their equipment delivers the most consistent results, even in extreme and difficult conditions.
Underwater Australasia has been a trusted source of SeaLife products for 15 years. We offer advice and full product support for the Sealife range including service and warranty support and generally all Sealife parts and packages are in stock at all times. Best of all, we guarantee the best prices in the world - no kidding. From February 2022 Underwater Australasia has become the exclusive distibutor for Sealife products in Australia - dealer enquiries welcome.
For more than 30 years Edi Frommenwiler, owner of one of the very first liveaboards sailing around Indonesia, has been diving, filming and documenting the marine life at world famous dive locations like Raja Ampat, Banda Sea, Komodo and Alor.
The winners of the Third Annual Underwater Tour Awards have been announced. The prestigious annual international competition encourages and inspires passion for photography, exploration and discovery from behind the lens and helps raise awareness of the world’s incredible, fragile marine and aquatic inhabitants and their environments. For the first time the Underwater Tour Awards partnered with environmental education and action organisation, Take 3, and introduced a new novice category, The Take 3 for the Sea Contest. Proceeds from registration fees and additional donations were given to Take 3.