Last August saw me return to one of my my favourite places in the world, Lundy Island in Devon to test out a Sealife Sport Diver Housing for my iPhone 13 Pro Max as well as some snorkelling equipment for MARES.
I have to say that I was super sceptical as to how my phone was going to work with taking underwater images, but couldn't have been prouder to see how simple and easy it was to obtain images with this housing. It was super simple to use with one hand, had controls to adjust the exposure compensation, ISO as well as the ability to shoot in RAW mode.
Did I like it - I ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT :). I couldn't put it down which made it all super difficult as I had my beloved Olympus TG6 that I was using too!
You can see learn more about getting into underwater photography using a compact camera on my other page www.learnunderwaterphotography.co.uk
It also comes with a red filter which is super handy if you are a diver to help replace lost colour underwater.
The best part about it is that once you take the photos, they are there on your phone with no need to download them so you can share them automatically. The video was really impressive too.
If you are looking for a sturdy housing for your phone whether you are paddleboarding, kayaking or even sea swimming, I can't recommend it highly enough.
A huge thank you to the lovely Sealife Team for lending it to me.