HD & 4K
Continuous photos up to
4Hz with strobe sync
Real Clients. Real Projects.
Wood Hole Oceanographic used SubC cameras to film Lava Tubes in Hawaii.
Three types of lava flows are common on the seafloor: pillow lava, lobate lava, and sheet lava. Scientists believe the main difference between the shapes of submarine lava results from how fast the lava erupts from deep-sea fissures
and how steep the seafloor is that the lava travels over.
● Works with long, low-cost cables
● 21MP digital stills (JPEG and RAW) with LED strobe synchronization
● 4K and HD video clips stored to 512GB solid state memory
● Real-time HD video to surface
● Built-in depth, tilt and roll sensors
● Video, image and data time-stamped events with report generation
● Real-time image enhancement (for water conditions with poor visibility)
Proven Solutions Used in Many Studies
Scott M. Grant, Philip Walsh, Margaret Folkins, Kirk Regular and Manasie Kendell
Government of Nunavut
Fisheries and Marine Institute
This study utilized SubC cameras, lights and batteries on a rugged towed camera sled to collect footage of seafloor species.
Gravity Marine are using the Rayfin PLE in their tow frame system for various marine science projects on the West Coast of the United States.
The boost box combines high voltage DC with Ethernet, to enable long distance data over low cost, 2 wire cabling.
HD video and communication up to 400m.