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PRODUCT COMPARISON

Our full range of video cameras

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Product Name

Depth

Zoom

Output
Resolution

 Realtime Output

Onboard Recording

Battery Option

Perfect For

EagleRay

EagleRay_400

1,000 m
or
6,000 m

Optical 4.2x

4K / UHD

10-bit 4:2:2
via
Fiber optic
or
Coax

No

No

Cinema/blue-chip filming or scientific research; ideal for closeup macro shots

Mako

Mako_400

6,000 m

N/A

4K / UHD
FHD
HD

SD (PAL/NTSC)
via
Coax

Yes

No

Filming from legacy ROVs

Standalone operation

 Mako Mini

MakoMini_400

1,000 m 

N/A 

 4K / UHD
FHD
HD

 SD (PAL/NTSC)
via
Coax

Yes 

No 

 Filming from legacy ROVs

Standalone operation

Manta

Manta_400

 1,000 m
or
4,000 m

 Optical 30x

Digital 12x

 FHD

 RTSP via
Ethernet/IP

Optional 

No

 ROV filming

Surveillance systems

Low-light situations

Thresher

Thresher_400

1,000 m

Digital 8x

4K/UHD
FHD
HD

RTSP via
Ethernet/IP

and

SD (PAL/NTSC)
via
Coax

Yes No ROV/HOV situational awareness
or
Multi-camera installations

 

TYPES OF CAMERA RESOLUTIONS

What's the Difference?

4K / UHD Cameras

4K (or UHD) cameras record video at about four times the resolution of HD cameras—that is, about 4,000 pixels wide. This is perfect for blue-chip documentary film-making. 

ResolutionTypes_4KUHD

FHD Cameras

FHD cameras record video in high definition for crisp imagery and impressive detail. These cameras are perfect for surveillance recording or for driving submersibles and ROVs. 

ResolutionTypes_FHD

HD Cameras

Like FHD cameras, HD cameras record video in high definition for crisp imagery and impressive detail. However, these record at a resolution slightly lower than FHD, ideal for situations of limited bandwidth or storage. 

ResolutionTypes_HD

SD Cameras

SD cameras record video in standard definition (or composite). While its image quality is less than HD, FHD or 4K/UHD, an SD camera can be used on older ROVs or anywhere where minimal latency is priority. Our Mako and Thresher cameras record in 4K/UHD with simultaneous realtime SD output to support legacy systems. 

ResolutionTypes_SD

The Arctic Rays Difference

What makes Arctic Rays' series of video cameras different from others'? 

Flexible Technology

Our cameras can all be toggled between frame rates of 30 fps (NTSC) 25 fps (PAL) and 24 fps (cinematic film). Customers have viewport choices of flat or dome and acrylic or sapphire, and they have their choice of housing material of either aluminum or titanium. 

Specs You Can Trust

All our lighting products deliver quality LED technology with better color rendering, energy efficiency, short lead times and verified output brightness. Every finished product is tested and verified to deliver the specs promised, to customers can trust they are receiving the quality they expect. 

Tailor-Made Tech

We have a wide breadth of knowledge and practical experience within our small team, so we are not afraid of new R&D or customization of existing products. Most of our competitors fiercely avoid this, but we embrace it. Our nimble, agile team is able to take action and change designs easily.