Sea & Sea

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Sea & Sea are a manufacturer of underwater photographic equipment, operating from Tokyo, Japan. They are a division of the corporation perhaps more widely known for the Sunpak brand of electronic flash units. The company's origins were with a waterproof electronic flash unit developed circa 1969 by brothers Masaoki and Masateru Yamaguchi, and named "Yellow Sub" in honor of the then-popular Beatles song and animated film[1].

Sea & Sea have offered waterproof cameras, housings, and flash units. All of their film cameras have been discontinued, and these models are listed below.

Contents

110 film Camera

  • Pocket Marine 110 SE

35mm Cameras

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Notes

  1. "Sea & Sea Strobes" in Sport Diver magazine, September/October 1995, via Google Books.
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