Light & Motion NightSea Camera Filter
What is Fluoro-Diving?
Diving with a special blue light that acts as a fluorescent exciter with many organisms to absorb and re-emit a visible glow, transforming the undersea into a psychedelic underworld.
Why Organisms Fluoresce?
Many organisms generate certain proteins that react or fluoresce when exposed to blue wavelengths of light. The fluorescence is the result of the protein absorbing the blue light and re-emitting a pure wavelength of light creating the hyper saturated Glow. Depending on the specific protein that the organism produces, the fluorescent wavelength reaction can be green, orange, red, yellow and blue.
Diving and Fluorescence
Scientists are still learning about the function and evolutionary nature of organisms that fluoresce. There are a growing number of divers helping to catalogue the many organisms that do generate proteins that fluoresce and research is underway to see how humans can benefit from this unique evolutionary adaptation.
Where to Fluoro-Dive
Fluorescent diving can transform any dive spot into an exciting new adventure as you explore for fluorescing organisms. All you need is a Sola Nightsea light with yellow mask or camera filter and your night dives will be unforgettable.
When you are not Fluoro-Diving?
To change the output to a white light just clip the Phosphor Lens Filter over the front of the torch. It can now be used as a normal dive light.
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