The AL1000WPUpgraded to 1000 lumens
This light is a versatile addition to the Bigblue Dive Lights line-up, offering a powerful 900 lumens and an 85° beam angle. This light is a great option for GoPro® or other camera systems.
The CF450Versatile and Powerful
The most popular Bigblue light is now even better! The CF450 offers a long list of features that makes it the only light you’ll want to carry. Complete with focusable beam angle from 31 degrees to a narrow 6 degrees and magnetic on/off swivel switch for one-hand operation.
The VTL2800PNow with 2800 Lumens
Offering both a flood beam at 120° and a narrow beam at 10° - this light is controlled by a reliable push-button on/off switching system with 4 levels of brightness for the wide beam, 1 level for the narrow beam,
and 1 for the red beam.
The VL5800Pa great choice for any diver
The VL5800P is a self-contained, compact yet powerful, all-purpose dive light - but is best suited for video purposes with a 120° beam angle. This light generates 5800 lumens, and offers 4 power settings controlled by a reliable push-button.
The VL25000P25 thousand lumens!
A 36 LED cell design giving a stunning 25,000 lumens! That's twenty five THOUSAND LUMENS! Also known as the "Big Chubby", the newest powerhouse in the Bigblue line of photo/video products is the VL25000P.

Bigblue Products

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From hand held to hands free, we combine LED technology with reliability.
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Auto-flash-off feature for still photography, and up to 2000 Lumens for video.
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High-power LED performance with a reliable, durable, and user-friendly design.
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See corals and sealife that contain fluorescent proteins invisible to the naked eye.
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Auto-flash-off feature for still photography, and up to 2000 Lumens for video.
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Auto-flash-off feature for still photography, and up to 2000 Lumens for video.
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Auto-flash-off feature for still photography, and up to 2000 Lumens for video.
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Auto-flash-off feature for still photography, and up to 2000 Lumens for video.

Videos

Identification of the Steamer Munisla
Published on Aug 5, 2014 By Michael C. Barnette using Bigblue Dive Lights. Footage from a trip 150 nautical miles offshore to explore an unknown shipwreck resting in 385 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico off Florida. This was the second trip to the wreck, which resulted in the identification of the site as the steamer MUNISLA. The MUNISLA was built in 1916 in Michigan and was an one-off Norwegian design freighter. She was lost in the September 1919 Hurricane during a voyage from Mobile, Alabama to Cuba. The entire crew was lost in the sinking.

News And Upcoming Events

Bigblue at DEMA 2014  //  Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Bigblue will be at the DEMA Show 2014 from 11/19 through 11/22. Our booth number is #2733. Come say hi and see our new line of lights! ...more
TL2500P Review By SCUBAboard.com  //  Tuesday, August 26, 2014
http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/lights/489733-big-blue-tl2500p-dive-light.html ...more

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