Humaneyes dives into new territory with the Vuze 3D VR underwater case


After its return from use in space on-board the International Space Station the Vuze camera now returns to Earth to be used underwater.  HumanEyes has launched a new accessory for the Vuze line of cameras with the Vuze VR Underwater Case, providing divers the opportunity to capture their experiences like never before.

Leisure divers can relive the emotions of an amazing dive experience and dive clubs can offer it as a service to their customers. The Vuze camera and Underwater Case are incredibly easy to use and include all parts and equipment necessary to dive straight in to high quality 360/3D 4K VR video capture.

Admiring the beauty of a coral reef, reliving a swim with sharks or whales, sharing a chance dolphin encounter with friends or immersing yourself into a sunken Viking ship can now be easily captured and shared in 360/3D video.

The Underwater Case has been designed specifically to recreate the conditions needed to capture full spherical 3D footage underwater. The anodized aluminium construction provides a rugged, secure case, that is compact and easy to hand-hold while diving, or fixing it to an underwater tripod. The eight optical domes provide a full field-of-view for the eight individual lenses of the Vuze cameras allowing for immersive video capture.

To kick off the launch of the Underwater Case HumanEyes is making it available as part of an introductory bundle. For a limited time only, users can bag themselves an Underwater Case Kit, a Vuze camera and a 64GB Micro SD memory card for only MSRP £2650 (€2950) the usual price of the Underwater Case on its own.

Whether you’re a leisure diver on vacation or a dive club capturing an underwater adventure for your members, the Vuze VR Camera and Underwater Case enables anyone to capture immersive underwater and above water 3D VR video and relive the memories over and over again by easily sharing the content with others,” said HumanEyes General Manager of North America, Jim Malcolm.  From the International Space Station to the depths of a coral reef, the Vuze line of cameras is easy for anyone to use, and we’re excited to launch this special bundle to make underwater VR content capture more accessible for diving enthusiasts ahead of the busy summer travel season.”

Key specification of the Vuze VR Underwater Case:

  • Depth rating: 135 feet/41 metres
  • weight (in air): 3.68 lb (1.67 kg)
  • buoyancy:
    • Seawater: Negative .78 lb (.35 kg)
    • Freshwater: Negative .85 lb (.38 kg)

What is included in the Underwater Case Kit:

  • Vuze VR Underwater aluminium anodized case
  • Pelican 1400 compact carry case
  • Camera mount plate
  • 2 bridge handles
  • Rubber handle grip
  • 2 pairs of extra lens domes
  • Assortments of screws and O-rings

The Vuze VR Underwater launch bundle deal includes the Underwater Case Kit, a Vuze camera and an 64GB SD card and for £2650 (€2950) from www.Vuze.Camera.

If you want a closer look at the Vuze Underwater Camera then please click here.

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Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown

Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown

Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown are a husband and wife team of underwater photographers. Both have degrees in environmental biology from Manchester University, with Caroline also having a masters in animal behaviour. Nick is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in underwater wildlife photography and he also has a masters in teaching. They are passionate about marine conservation and hope that their images can inspire people to look after the world's seas and oceans. Their Manchester-based company, Frogfish Photography, offers a wide range of services and advice. They offer tuition with their own tailor made course - the Complete Underwater Photography Award. The modules of the course have been written to complement the corresponding chapters in Nick's own book: Underwater Photography Art and Techniques. They also offer equipment sales and underwater photography trips in the UK and abroad. For more information visit

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