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The Amazing Bioluminescence Film Begins


The Ammonite Testing Team has just returned from making the first mini-test-shoot for a brand new project and Ammonite’s 8th version of the starlight camera is producing some very extraordinary images.

Vieques, a small Island off the coast of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean has the perfect place - a lagoon that is so packed with tiny bioluminescent creatures that just touching the water makes it flash brightly. For fish trying to keep a low profile, it’s a nightmare - but it's magical for humans. The light is too dim for normal cameras, but Ammonite’s latest starlight camera can capture the spectacle in colour.

This unique place is surely one of the 7 wonders of the Earth - but not for much longer unless the Puerto Ricans tackle light pollution and excessive human traffic

3 comments:

Eryl said...

Wonderful what technology can reveal.

xl said...

Brilliant work folks!

PS: I hope this new stuff is being protected by patent.

ammonite said...

Eryn, it constantly amazes us.

xl - Thank you - patent laws can't protect us I'm afraid