Rachel Doornekamp | December 13th, 2019
One of the most important functions of an underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) is the camera. An ROV camera allows users to get eyes underwater to perform a wide variety of tasks including inspection, retrieval and observation among countless other applications.
Read on to learn more about how the cameras used in Deep Trekker ROVs can help you get the job done!
Designed to work well in low light, the 4k internal camera provides a 270 degree rotating field of vision. With live, zero latency viewing, operators get a clear and accurate visual of the underwater environments they are operating in. Pilots can record high quality videos or switch to photo mode to snap photos in up to 8 megapixels.
The straightforward handheld controller is easy to use. The 7-inch screen is sunlight-readable and weatherproof, meaning users get a clear view no matter what conditions they are facing.
With a 260 degree field of view, the 4k camera allows for excellent situational awareness. Pilots can record high quality video or switch the camera to photo mode to take pictures in up to 8 megapixels. Specifically designed to work in harsh, low light environments the camera reliably provides excellent footage for operators.
The integrated screen controller provides live, zero latency viewing on a super bright, sunlight-readable and weatherproof screen.
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