Submarine Camcorder explores the depths on your behalf
So your neighbor thinks that he is the bomb with the latest waterproof camcorder from JVC? Well, you can invite him over to the riverside (make sure it is not one that is polluted to the extreme), and ask him to record whatever’s going on underwater. He will most probably look at you incredulously, wondering what kind of one upmanship game you’re playing with him, before you put him in his place with the $6,300 Submarine Camcorder.
Yes sir, the Submarine Camcorder certainly lives up to its name, being a remote operated submarine which is capable of sending live video to an iPad from 100′ underwater. It is perfect for those who want to view marine life or inspecting a boat below the waterline, without having to get wet themselves. The sub itself will be tethered to its receiver on deck with a 100′ video cable, and communications are done via the receiver over a Wi-Fi connection, and you will control it with an app that has been installed onto your iPad or notebook remotely. The virtual dashboard will comprise of a joystick, camera controls, and will show off current depth, heading, battery level, and temperature data, all garnered from the sub’s integrated sensors. It boasts of a marine-grade, hydrodynamic ABS housing that delivers a watertight seal in order to protect the included HD video camera that does 1280 x 720 resolution footage.