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High Definition Probe Lens Dives Into Thermal Pools

07/01/04, National Park, Wyoming

Innovision Optics' new High Definition (HD) Probe Lens received rave reviews from first time user Katy Garton who utilized the lens to shoot inside a Wyoming national park's thermal pools. "The probe was incredibly easy to use," stated Garton, a graduate student at the University of Montana who is documenting a study of microorganisms.

Despite challenging environmental conditions, Garton was able to attain the quality of shots she desired. "In the end, the HD probe was very forgiving and the quality of the lens paid off - I got the shots I needed and they turned out beautiful."

The HD Probe comes with three attachments that allow the camera to see in three different directions: direct, 45- and 90-degree angles of view. Since the HD Probe is waterproof up to ten inches from the
front lens, it is the perfect instrument for intimate shots in hard to reach areas. The lens system additionally incorporates a 15" long lens barrel with a diameter of just 1.7" (42 mm) and five prime
lenses (5 mm, 8 mm, 12 mm, 17 mm and 23 mm) that are interchangeable at the front mount.

For more information about the HD Probe lens visit the product page or contact Innovision-Optics at 1-310-453-4866.

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