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Deep Water (2022) 4K

With a poster that slaps you with "from the Director of Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal and 9 1/2 Weeks" you might be somehow expecting a return to form of sorts from Lyne, who has had a whopping 20 year break in his career (at an odd point in his life, now returning at 81), having not made a film since 2002's Unfaithful. But you'd be better off remembering Unfaithful, than recalling some of his earlier, better work, with Lyne still paddling in the same erotic psycho-thriller waters he's pretty much always been in; a genre which he ran out of new things to say about around 30 years ago.

Deep Water (2022) 4K

Vic and Melinda Van Allen are married with a young kid, but whilst Vic remains deeply in love with his wife, Melinda's grown bored of him and misses the early, passionate spark he had, choosing to find it in the arms of other, younger men. Vic knows it, and tries his best to endure it, refusing to do anything about it in terms of a divorce or separation, but Melinda starts to become suspicious when rumours go around about her disappearing boyfriends.

Extra Features: Beyond The Horizon (5-part documentary covering the key actors in the film); Captain Of the Rig (Feature on how director Peter Berg delivered his vision for the film); Work Like An American (real stories of American workers); Deepwater Surveillance (collection of locked-camera behind the scenes footage); The Fury Of The Rig (feature on the effects used to create the burning, exploding rig).

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If you're keen on adventurer, always on your travels wanting to document your time, and enjoy diving head first in the nearest swimming pool or ocean, then chances are you're looking for the best waterproof camera you can buy in 2022. Whether you want a great camera that can capture images underwater or you're a watersport enthusiast, the best waterproof cameras can capture excellent images above and below the waves.

Olympus's Tough line of waterproof cameras has arguably the strongest reputation here, and the company has kitted its most recent TG-6 model with features decidedly towards the premium end of the scale. Raw shooting? Check. 4K video? Yep, that too. GPS? Hell yes. Even the same processing engine as the OM-D E-M1 X mirrorless model features here.

Together with a lens that has a maximum aperture of f/2 at the wide end and a raft of close-focusing goodies on top of that, the camera is certainly ready for all manner of land-based and underwater captures. We do wish Olympus had moved things along a little further from what we saw in the previous TG-5, however, which was our previous top pick and not that dissimilar to what we have here. We're just finishing our full review and while we can see it being a stronger model, the TG-5 would still be a fine choice if you're on a tighter budget.

The GoPro Hero 10 Black doesn't reinvent the action camera, but it is a much more user-friendly and refined version of its predecessor, and the most versatile action cam you can buy. The new slow-mo frame rates and wired data transfer modes are useful, while the snappier interface and small image quality improvements make it an enjoyable waterproof companion for adventures and b-roll footage. Its rivals now offer larger sensors and better value, though.

Panasonic's new Lumix TS7 (called the Lumix FT7 outside the US) is the latest waterproof camera here. As opposed to Olympus, which reduced the resolution of its TG-5, Panasonic has gone the other direction, increasing the pixel count from 16.1MP in the TS5 / FT5 to 20.4MP in the Lumix TS7 / FT7. Lens coverage remains the same as its predecessor, with a 4.6x zoom range that covers 28-128mm, but interestingly, the lens loses its Leica branding.

The Lumix TS7 / FT7 does have something unique for a waterproof camera: a built-in electronic viewfinder (EVF). The 1,170k-dot, 0.2-inch display might not be the largest out there, but it does offer a useful alternative to shooting with the rear display, especially in bright light, which can make composition tricky. There's lots to like about the Lumix TS7 / FT7, including its excellent tough credentials but is let down by a sensor that crams too many pixels onto a relatively small area.

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VERDICT: The size and unremarkable appearance of the Micro 3.0 belie the fact that this is a very competent camera made by dedicated underwater photo experts. The price may seem high at first glance, but there is a lot of product under the hood.

Colour correction: Light is absorbed by seawater, with more being absorbed the deeper you go and the red end of the spectrum disappearing first, which is why everything looks blue in uncorrected photographs. Coloured filters can help, but also block out more light in the process, and are not available for all housings. Some cameras have associated apps which will auto-correct your footage after its shot, but built-in white balancing and colour correction can make a huge difference in quality without the need for post-processing on a computer.

If it seemed like the footage of deep-sea creatures has been more spectacular lately, that is because it is. The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) recently updated its deep-sea camera to capture 4K footage at incredible depths.

MBARI has used 1080p Full HD cameras for years to capture thousands of hours of video in order to study the creatures that live at depths of 13,100 feet (nearly 2.5 miles) below the surface. Last year, the research institute partnered with DeepSea Power & Light to upgrade the camera system for use on the MBARI underwater ROVs Ventana and Doc Ricketts.

Today, Geso announced an extended duration rental contract with an international marine geophysical services provider who will rent OBX deep water ocean bottom wireless seismic data acquisition nodes. Based on current contract terms, the value of the agreement is estimated at $7.3 million.

Enclosed in marine-grade stainless steel (SS 316L), DNV-certified, AXIS Q3538-SLVE can withstand the corrosive effects of sea water and cleaning chemicals. It features OptimizedIR and an IR-shielded dome to prevent IR reflections from rain and snow. Additionally, Lightfinder 2.0 and Forensic WDR delivers true colors and great detail in challenging light or near darkness.

"Connecting people with the astounding diversity of life found beneath the waves and inspiring conservation of the ocean is what Monterey Bay Aquarium was created to do," said Julie Packard, executive director of the Aquarium. "This unprecedented exhibition tells the story of the deep sea and reveals the many ways the deep ocean sustains our lives on the surface."

"For most people, this is the first time they've ever seen a living deep-sea animal," said Beth Redmond-Jones, vice president of exhibitions and facilities. "We want visitors to understand that these habitats, seemingly so distant from our lives and so different from the ocean we're familiar with, are critically important to the health of our planet. We're confident that 'Into the Deep' makes that connection and inspires people to learn more about the deep sea and support its conservation."

The team at Monterey Bay Aquarium spent more than five years developing the 10,000-square-foot exhibition, the largest in North America to focus on deep-sea life. It's an achievement built on the expertise and innovations of MBARI, whose scientists and engineers have been studying the deep ocean for more than three decades - from Monterey Bay to the Earth's poles. The proximity of the mile-deep Monterey submarine canyon and the combination of resources and expertise led to several advancements necessary to realize "Into the Deep." 041b061a72


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