Paralenz+ – The Paralenz dive camera just got even more rugged!

Based on feedback from divers all over the world we decided to make the Paralenz Dive Camera even stronger, more durable and with a higher depth rating to 250 m/820 ft – We present the Paralenz Dive Camera+.

Built like a cannonball

To give the divers what they ask for the whole exterior of the camera has now been upgraded to make it even more rugged.
The end cap is CNC milled from a single block of extremely strong aerospace grade aluminium, the same material is used for the rest of the housing increasing the depth rating to a staggering 250m/820ft. Every part also receives an even more corrosion resistant surface and the screws are changed to titanium.
The design of the selector ring has been improved to make it simpler and exclude any small parts.

Introducing the new Paralenz+

What’s new?

• Increased depth rating of 250m / 820 ft.
• All aluminium used has been upgraded to Aerospace-grade.
• Screws are now made of Titanium.
• New end-cap is CNC milled from aluminium with a scratch-resistant glass window.
• Better anodizing of all parts for a more scratch resistant surface.
• Improved “screw-less” selector ring.


Pricing and availability

The Paralenz+ can be purchased at Paralenz resellers or from July 16th in North America, Europa, and Australia. With a retail price of US$699.00, €749.00, £659.00 and AU$ 1038.00

Designed in Denmark tested all over the world

Paralenz  is a photographic solution unique to divers and anybody wanting high-quality underwater images and video with the minimum amount of intervention with their equipment, leaving them free to enjoy the experience of diving.
It is filled with ground-breaking new features such as DCC, Auto-Record, Depth and Temperature overlay to name a few.

Cooperating with the diver community

As most divers already know, the diving community is incredibly helpful and brings knowledge from all backgrounds and ways of life. This community is what Paralenz is made of! Once you and other divers have sparked improvements and new standards within the underwater camera industry when it comes to toughness and durability.