Underwater Imaging

//Underwater Imaging

Learn more about the use and scientific advancement of lights and cameras in underwater imaging.

1 07, 2015

Industry Case Study: DSPL’s FlexLink®

2018-01-10T22:23:49+00:00July 1st, 2015|Underwater Imaging|

We developed a unique transmission method for uncompressed HD-SDI video signals in subsea use known as FleXlink. After FleXlink was validated in the lab, we partnered with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) to conduct field trials of the technology.

1 03, 2015

Advancements in Subsea High Definition Imaging

2019-04-03T22:36:40+00:00March 1st, 2015|Underwater Imaging|

We are guided by several basic principles when creating any new product design. Performance, immersion longevity, durability, and compact form factor are just a few of the underlying concepts considered a necessity for any product that bears our name. This article discusses how these philosophies are applied to our development of High Definition imaging systems, including the FleXlink technology.

1 05, 2013

Understanding the Basics of Underwater Lighting

2019-04-03T22:37:00+00:00May 1st, 2013|Technical Resources, Underwater Imaging|

In subsea photographic and video imaging applications, one of the challenges that system designers, integrators, and operators face is bringing along all of the light they will need for tasks below depths of about 150 to 250 m. At these depths, an understanding of how light propagates through water helps designers and users balance mission requirements against the real-world constraints of underwater lighting while helping them make informed lighting choices.

3 11, 2011

Nano SeaCam®

2017-02-03T20:02:07+00:00November 3rd, 2011|Underwater Imaging|

The Nano SeaCam underwater video camera is a high resolution camera in a tiny package that goes deep. With a diameter of only 25mm (0.985”) and a length of 88.2mm (3.47”), including the connector, the Nano SeaCam provides quality video in a truly tiny package.