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DeepSea Power & Light offers new HD Multi-SeaCam camera

Offshore staff

SAN DIEGO, California – DeepSea Power & Light is offering its first high-definition video camera, the HD Multi-SeaCam camera, which is derived from the company’s Multi-SeaCam camera that has been in industry use for more than 16 years.

Features of the new HD Multi-SeaCam video camera include a 6,000-m-rated Titanium housing and scratch-resistant sapphire port, along with SMPTE 292M-compliant HD-SDI 1080p/30 video output in 106.4-mm-long (4.19-in.-long), 48-mm-diameter (1.9-in.-diameter) housing.

New optics provide a low-distortion 74° horizontal field of view with a depth of field of 2-in. to infinity – providing a full-context HD view. Initially available with industry-standard hybrid coax bulkhead options, the camera’s compact design and capabilities bring HD to a range of applications previously out of reach in the subsea industry.

11/22/2013

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