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SeaLife is a company known for straightforward, easy-to-use products aimed at entry level underwater photographers. The SeaLife Sea Dragon 2000 video light is a perfect tool for people who are new to underwater videography, use action video cameras, or use SeaLife cameras.
Part # SL677
For a constant, ultra-bright source of light for photos and videos - or just to brighten your dive - the compact Sea Dragon 2000 uses the latest in LED technology and packs 2000 true lumens of brightness. Powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery, the light burns for a full hour at 100% power with constant brightness.
Featuring a wide, 100-degree beam angle that's perfect for cameras with a wide field of view, the light operates with only a single button, quickly adjusts between 3 power levels, and is depth rated to 200 feet/60 meters.
Quickly and easily expand Sea Dragon lighting with Flex-Connect - add grips, Flex Arms, trays and other accessories with just a "click!" Flex-Connect allows you to transform your camera set from compact to full-featured in just seconds, providing a quick way to adjust to any dive environment.
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