IP Multi SeaCam® Helps Document Mariana Trench – Deepest Point in the Ocean
The Five Deeps Expedition is setting records for ocean exploration including being the first in-field user of the IP Multi SeaCam.
Mariana Trench image courtesy of The Five Deeps Expedition: fivedeeps.com
IP Multi SeaCam® Recording in the Mariana Trench
See BBC News video segment of the record-breaking journey to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Multiple IP Multi SeaCam systems were used to film the decent of Limiting Factor to 10,928 meters, and to explore the deepest part of the Earth’s oceans.
HD Multi SeaCam® footage from Okeanos Explorer
The HD Multi SeaCam captured footage from NOAA Okeanos Explorer 2016-2017 expeditions.
Videos courtesy of NOAA Okeanos Explorer: https://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov
How to Operate the DeepSea Vacuum/Fill Attachment
Learn how to operate a DeepSea vacuum/fill attachment for the SeaVent Double Dual Seal (DDS) PRV in this video.
Apex™ SeaCam® in Action
The DeepSea Power & Light Apex SeaCam 4070 and LED SeaLite 1000 captured sea life around the dock at a test site in San Diego, California. Watch in 4K for the highest resolution.
ROV Deep Discoverer: All Systems Ready
NOAA's Deep Discoverer is outfitted with multiple SeaLite Spheres shown just under the surface in one of our favorite pictures.
HD Multi SeaCam® Used to Monitor ROV Operations
See how the ROV operators use output from the HD Multi SeaCam to monitor the Deep Discoverer in this picture of the Okeanos Explorer ROV control room.
NOAA Deep Discoverer Selfie
NOAA's Deep Discoverer captures one of the world's deepest selfies and our SeaLites and HD Multi SeaCams along with it!
Compact HD Multi SeaCam® Fits Perfectly
We have multiple housing options available for the HD Multi SeaCam.
Follow the Okeanos Explorer and Deep Discoverer
NOAA's Deep Discoverer is outfitted with our imaging equipment. Link to website includes photos, videos, live feeds, and much more. Image courtesy of NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program.
View from the Fiber Optic HD Multi SeaCam®
View from the fiber optic HD Multi SeaCam 3145 with the ROV Deep Discoverer at work.
HD Multi SeaCam® Delivers Clear Images of Subsea Life
NOAA's ROV Deep Discoverer places an unidentified sponge in the vehicle's sampling drawer in this image taken by our HD Multi SeaCam.
WHOI’s Jason Outfitted with SeaLite® Spheres and Matrix®-3R SeaLites®
Our SeaLite Sphere and Matrix-3R SeaLites are being used on Jason for the M.E.S.H. expeditions.
We Work Where You Do
Diver prepares to get in the water with a Multi SeaLite and SeaCam.
Alvin Uses Matrix®-3R SeaLite® for Illumination
The HOV Alvin starting an engineering dive off the coast of San Diego on August 14, 2010. The dive was multipurpose and we were present for the testing of our LED Matrix-3R SeaLite system as the sole illumination source for the dive.
HROV Nereus Designed for the Deepest Reaches
The Nereus was a hybrid ROV built by the Deep Submergence Lab at WHOI to design the deepest parts of the ocean. Ceramic flotation we designed and manufactured for the project can be see in clear tubes on the inner sides of the vehicle.
The Edison Towers
Our SeaBatteries and HMI Lights were used to illuminate the Titanic for a live video feed to two cruise ships that were part of a 1996 expedition.
Titanic in a New Light
We've been providing Power & Light to the Titanic since 1985. This photo album comes from the late Ralph White.
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