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HumanEyes presents Monty Halls as Brand Ambassador

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HumanEyes Technologies, pioneer of end-to-end VR video content creation and the manufacturer of the industry leading ‘Vuze’ range of VR and 360° cameras, have announced their partnership with multi-award-winning travel broadcaster and adventurer Monty Halls.

Monty holds a lifelong passion for diving – a passion which has taken him all over the world to lead dozens of epic diving expeditions, including the sunken city of Mahabalipuram in India, and the sardine run along the coast of South Africa. Halls became a household name following his popular BBC Great Escape series. A marine biologist and conservationist, Halls has in recent years campaigned for environmental causes and worked to protect delicate marine ecosystems.

With HumanEyes’ cutting-edge Vuze cameras, Monty Halls can capture and share stunning content, above or below water, to inspire the diving and adventure community. Vuze cameras will provide his production company, Seadog Productions, with a powerful new medium to showcase their work.

Monty Halls commented: For many years I have had the great pleasure of showcasing the underwater world through producing films and TV series, but the Vuze line of cameras by HumanEyes takes things to another level. I’m excited about the opportunity this partnership represents, allowing us to create truly immersive experiences where we can place the viewer in the very heart of the action.”

Halls added: “HumanEyes have created an amazing creative tool that allows any diving enthusiast, any water sports fanatic, and indeed anyone who wants to share their own adventures above or below the water, with their friends, family and the wider online community. We can’t wait for our partnership to develop over 2019 and beyond.

Mike Cain, European Sales Director of HumanEyes Technologies, said: “We are delighted to present Monty Halls as a brand ambassador and look forward to a highly creative and productive relationship. Monty’s passion for underwater adventures is perfectly matched to our passion for immersive 360-degree filming, and we’re sure this partnership will produce jaw-dropping content for thrill seekers everywhere.

For more information please visit the website by clicking here.

Nick and Caroline (Frogfish Photography) are a married couple of conservation driven underwater photo-journalists and authors. Both have honours degrees from Manchester University, in Environmental Biology and Biology respectively, with Nick being a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, a former high school science teacher with a DipEd in Teaching Studies. Caroline has an MSc in Animal Behaviour specializing in Caribbean Ecology. They are multiple award-winning photographers and along with 4 published books, feature regularly in the diving, wildlife and international press They are the Underwater Photography and Deputy Editors at Scubaverse and Dive Travel Adventures. Winners of the Caribbean Tourism Organization Photo-journalist of the Year for a feature on Shark Diving in The Bahamas, and they have been placed in every year they have entered. Nick and Caroline regularly use their free time to visit schools, both in the UK and on their travels, to discuss the important issues of marine conservation, sharks and plastic pollution. They are ambassadors for Sharks4Kids and founders of SeaStraw. They are supported by Mares, Paralenz, Nauticam and Olympus. To find out more visit www.frogfishphotography.com

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Jeff chats to… Richard Corner from Mares about liveaboards and training with SSI (Watch Video)

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In this exclusive Zoom interview, Jeff Goodman chats to Richard Corner, UK Watersports Category Manager at Mares, about the complete experience for all aspects of diving with Mares, their liveaboard adventures with the purchase of liveaboard.com, and the Mares/SSI combination.

Last in a series of four videos.

Rather listen to a podcast? Listen to the audio HERE on the new Scubaverse podcast channel at Anchor FM.


For more information, visit www.liveaboard.com, www.divessi.com and www.mares.com

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Dive on with DIVER Magazine’s December 2020 issue

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DIVER aren’t calling it the Christmas issue because that’s all up in the air but their theme is full of cheer – underwater treasures to be found in our own backyards!

  • Be The Champ! Special: An extended 100th edition of Alex Mustard’s revered monthly column – with the cream of underwater photographers contributing their own pearls of wisdom.
  • Gun Sites: Two tales of individual divers’ exciting weapons hauls – in Cornwall and in Portugal
  • Treasuremen of Bermuda: Story behind one of the most valuable shipwreck treasures ever recovered
  • Wreckful of Ming: Tech divers discover a thrilling cargo of porcelain south of Phuket
  • Dad Found It: Our correspondent dives a sunken Roman city in southern Italy 50 years after her father discovered it
  • Deep Giants: A marine biologist tends her gorgonian garden – in the 100m zone
  • Road Trip 2: The dive tour of Europe continues as our long-term trippers have fun in summertime UK
  • Timepieces: They might not be necessities but diving watches are still prized accoutrements – here’s a guide to 25 of the latest
  • Twilight Zone: Experience the highs and the lows of Curaçao – with the aid of a submersible

Download your copy of the December 2020 edition of DIVER here!

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