The VideoRay ROV has been proven on shipwrecks around the world including historic sites such as the USS Arizona, RMS Lusitania, and Brittanic as well as other historic archaeological sites, U.S. Coast Guard wreck investigations, and recreational artificial reefs. In fact, the VideoRay ROV was the first submersible robot to image the interior of the USS Arizona as she lies in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and captured never-before-seen interior areas of the RMS Lusitania as she lies off the southern coast of Ireland. With depth ratings up to 305 m (1,000 ft) and a small footprint with powerful thrusters, the VideoRay can enter confined areas never explored while battling extreme conditions - all while capturing high-quality video.
The VideoRay is extremely useful as a pre-dive tool to scout sites and formulate dive plans without wasting valuable bottom time - identifying potential hazards, visibility, and current conditions.
Attach a high resolution imaging sonar to the VideoRay for target location, then send the VideoRay in for a closer look or even inside tight openings in the wreck - all while leaving the wreck undisturbed. You can also get to the wreck faster by following the high visibility yellow tether to the site. The VideoRay has also been proven in carrying 1080p television broadcast quality cameras down and into historic wrecks for television and film production companies shooting for National Geographic, History Channel, and Discovery Channel.
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Total System Weight:
305 m (1,000 ft)
37.5, 28.9, 22.3 cm (14.75, 11.4, 8.75 in)
53 kg (117 lb)