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For Sale XTAR D30 1600 dive light for underwater photography

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XTAR Dive Light

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Jan 20, 2021
As you know, water filters out colour, and you will lose color with descending deeper underwater. To shoot fantastic photos for those colorful underwater creatures, additional lighting is very important. Since strobes for uw photography are much expensive and heavy, how about a handy dive light you always carry along?

XTAR has released the dive light D30 1600, which can be used for lighting compensation in uw photography and videography. The light can produce white, red, blue and UV light colors. With multiple lighting modes underwater, your images taken are able to show more exciting details.

More info on our website:

Besides, in this video, Rick Coleman tried the different light colors of the XTAR D30 1600. With it, you will see the underwater creatures in amazing looks. :)

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