It even features built-in time lapse for those Blue Planet II moments – if you’re willing to leave it lying around on the seabed! Sea and Sea has brought out a 100m-rated aluminium MDX-850 housing for the camera, which it says is 11% lighter than the previous MDX-810, making it travel-friendlier. Handling has, it says, been improved over that model by relocating both the main and sub command dials. For ease of use in low light, controls have luminous indicators. Owner-specified options include four viewfinders, a vacuum tester and TTL strobe connectors, and the MDX-850 starts from £3995.

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