Underwater Focus Light

An underwater focus light is an essential piece of equipment for underwater photography. To focus on a subject digital cameras use contrast detect autofocus points, phase detect autofocus points, or a hybrid mix, and thus need the correct focus lighting. Each autofocus system requires an image to have contrast, color, and detail. However, due to a process called light attenuation, we lose light underwater. This makes it difficult for cameras to find focus underwater without assistance. A focus light brings back some light into the scene in order to help your camera focus quicker, without blemishing the scene with a hotspot. Therefore, focus lights must be bright, but not too bright. A quality underwater focus light is always recommended with your underwater photography kit.

Look for a light that is small, easy to attach to your camera system, and includes both a white and red mode. Many fish and marine creatures do not see the red spectrum, so a red light can be used to focus on subjects without scaring shy critters that can't see red. Some lights will offer other advanced features such as auto shut off, or have a higher lumen rating allowing you to use them as a back up video or dive light. Choose the best light to fit your shooting needs and budget.


Light & Motion Sola 1200 Photo Light

*Compact, Wide Flood with Red Light*

Light & Motion Sola Dive 2500 S/F

"Versatile, Ultra-compact with high performance & reliability"

Kraken Sports Hydra 2500 V2 Underwater Video Light

*High Power, compact with RGB led's and auto shut-off*

The highly well-liked Kraken Sports Hydra 2500 Underwater Video Light has been improved by Kraken. For a more simple charging method, the Kraken Sports Hydra 2500 V2 Video Light now uses a 26800 single cell battery with an integrated USB C charger. You may charge your battery without carrying a charger cradle; just connect your USB C wire to the battery. Apart from that, the video light has a tiny, compact footprint. It can be utilized as a diving light as well. Additionally, the RGB LED in the video light lets you take artistic pictures. The single button control technique of the video light makes controlling it extremely simple as well. In addition, the video light has a burst mode that allows it to function as a strobe when connected to your camera using a fiber optic line. Additionally, it works with the Kraken Remote. You'll adore this fantastic all-around video light!


  • Small and Compact - 400g/ 156.5mm x 175.6mm
  • Flood Mode - CRI 80 @ 5600K (2500 Lumens) - 100° Beam Angle
  • Spot Mode - CRI 80 @ 6500K (1500 Lumens) - 15° Beam Angle
  • Burst Mode - 2500 Lumens
  • RGB LED - Great for creative shots
  • Single Button Operation
  • Burn Time: 70mins @ 100% Flood Mode
  • Depth Rating 100m / 330ft
  • Battery Charge Time: 6.5hrs from zero


Kraken Sports Hydra 1500+ WSR

*Compact with flood, spor and red modes, & Auto-off*

The KrakenSports Hydra 1500+ WSR replaces the old Hydra 1200. By switching to a 21700 battery, we were able to raise the power to 1500 lumens. In order to charge the battery directly without a cradle, the new battery also features an integrated USB-C connector. With flood, spot, and red modes, the Hydra 1500 is an incredibly adaptable instrument that may be used as a regular dive torch or as a focus light. It has an automatic flash-off feature that the user can choose to turn on or off. When a strobe fires, the light automatically turns off (auto flash-off). Because it has built-in flood and spot beams and can be used for both side and back lighting, this light is also a favorite among macro shooters.


  • Luminous Flux max.: 1500 flood, 800 spot
  • Color Temp: 5500K (flood) 6500K (spot)
  • Beam Angle: 100 Degrees Underwater Flood; 10 Degrees Underwater Spot
  • Burn Time: 85 minutes @ 100% flood
  • Switch: Dual push button on/off intensity adjustment with battery level indicator
  • Modes: Flood: 100%/50%/25%; Spot: 100%/50%/25%; Red: 100%/50%/25%; Strobe, and SOS. Auto Flash off mode available on all flood, spot, and red modes.
  • Depth Rating: 330ft/100m


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