SeaLife, maker of the new DC2000 underwater camera, is introducing a new Super Macro lens that allows for shooting distance as close as 1.5" (3.8cm) with the SeaLife DC2000. Without the macro lens, the DC2000's auto focus lens can shoot as close as 4" (10.15cm). Gaining that extra close-up shooting distance allows macro shooters to capture stunning details of the tiniest sea creatures. The Super Macro lens is constructed of optical grade glass with broadband AR coating on the inner surfaces to maximize light transmission and prevent flaring. The 2-element/2-group optics features +10 diopter lens that shortens the camera's minimum shooting distance by more than 50%. All the optics are housed in corrosion-resistant, anodized aluminum frame and is depth rated to 330' (100 meters).