Marine Imaging Technologies CEO Evan Kovacs tested out his new HYDRUS camera in low-light conditions in the Cayman Islands.
Via their site:
Eight cameras in a horizontal radial array with an additional two on the vertical axis creates a larger than traditional overlap of images, allowing for the 8k or 4k stitched image or a 4k 3D image.
The subsea monitor provides realtime monitoring for eight simultaneous cameras and one primary camera.
The system also incorporates Genlock tri-level sync and over 2 hours of recording time when using the internal camera media storage.
This looks great for both recreational and research uses.