Change Your Perspective with Underabove Dual Lens Sea Camera

The cinematic scene in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea where Captain Nemo opened the viewing deck of Nautilus for his “guests” the first time was legendary. There’s nothing quite like an underwater view but what if you can double the treat? The new UNDERABOVE dual-lens buoy-style camera just does that. It can take pictures underwater and water surface simultaneously. The thought is to experiment and add more dimensions to picture taking while at sea. The innovative design draws in air in the top-half of the body and water in the lower half, to help it stay afloat and upright. It features a shutter, flash, an LCD screen that can give you a quick preview of both the surface and underwater pictures taken, and a timer which is useful when self-portraits as well. Underabove’s symmetrical camera body is constructed with polypropylene, which is lighter in weight than seawater , that’s make it floats easily.

The whole idea about Underabove is taking advantage of natural buoyancy. To over simplify, when an object is submerged underwater, it floats when the downward pull of gravity and upward push of the seawater are equal. Underabove has an air injection hole for the surface camera and a water injection hole for the underwater camera, just like a submarine, this system allows the sea camera to balance itself from floating and sinking.

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