July 12, 2016 | cameras, Underwarer ROV |

Octospot Records 4K Video 656 Feet Underwater

octospot records 4k video 656 feet underwater

The Octospot Dive Camera records 4K at a maximum depth of 656 feet. More than most recreational divers, and even ROVs. The Octospot is still raising money with its Kickstarter campaign. $201,915 is pledged of an $80,000 goal 22 days to go. Pledge $369 for an Octospot Dive Camera, Mask Mount and a Universal Mount. Estimated delivery Jan 2017. The full retail price is expected to be about $500. See octospot.com for more information.

Octospot App

Specs

4K at 30 fps
1080p at 100 fps
720p at 240 fps

Depth controlled auto white balance
Battery Life 170 0mAh
2+ hours recording (1080p 60 fps)
Electronic Image Stabilization
Dedicated App for Viewing, Editing, Sharing, Settings
Usable with Gloves
No Extra Housing Required


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