What a great New thing for the Dive Industry, Laser lights! Finally something completely new, Laser + narrow-angle dive light! The OrcaTorch D570-GL Green Laser offers a great amount of Punch to get quite far, mainly visible in darker spaces. Making Wreck penetration and Night diving real fun with this “Toy”. Apart from the fun factor of owning a Laser, it can also be of great help to communicate and draw other divers attention to you! – Mark Pilzer
Let’s face it, you want your Scuba videos to look vibrant and gorgeous (as opposed to dark, grainy and green-blue) and using an underwater video light the OrcaTorch D910V is the best way to do this. Check out the review and tutorial by Baron Abas from WolFang Digital.
Yeguang was founded by Carson Weng, an outdoor enthusiast, in June 2, 2009 and has been dedicated to flashlight industry for 10 years.
OrcaTorch was founded by a group of passionate flashlight enthusiasts and technology geeks in 2014. The founder, Carson Weng who has more than 10 years experience in the manufacture of high-end flashlights. When he was diving in Thailand for the first time in 2013, he found that divers were using low-quality dive lights which lacked innovation and usually did not work in the critical moments. He decided to use his talent in the flashlight industry and created a high quality and innovative dive light brand and named it OrcaTorch.
Full discloser, I did receive this light from OrcaTorch They have a lot of excellent products as I visited their booth at the DEMA show in Las Vegas for November 2018, but i genuinely love it and have spent my own money on their lights. Specifically the cave light that I also love. I might do more of these reviews depending on the response. I use this primarily as fill light directly in front of my camera as they only sent one light to test but a pair of these on high power at 5000 lumen would make for great wide angle shots as well.
How many times, whilst diving, have you seen the most exciting, unusual or incredible critter and wanted to show it to your buddies? You have finally managed to grab their attention and pointed at the critter, only for them to look in the direction of your pointed finger and then stare blankly back at you. You point closer, you waggle your hand and still they don’t see it, by which time, the critter has disappeared, your buddies have given up the search, shrugged their shoulders and swum off.