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Boxfish — a 360-degree camera underwater photography for filmmakers and scientists

The professionals of underwater filming and marine researchers have a great help – 6-pound camera 360 Boxfish, production of the new Zealand company’s Boxfish Research.

From the title you can understand that it shoots in a circular mode, with a resolution of 5K. The camera also captures the depth, water temperature, and determines its location. Maximum immersion depth of the instrument is 300 m.

Circular shooting mode provides three modules Panasonic MN34230 field of view of 185 degrees each and a capacity of shooting up to 30 frames per second.

Boxfish 360 is completely sealed, while its handling of this is not “suffering”. The camera has 3 slot for MicroSD cards with memory capacity up to 64 GB. With a fully charged battery, the camera can work an hour and a half.

Most of the fans of underwater photography will barely afford to buy a Boxfish for $ 15,000.


Source — Boxfish Research

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