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rated Titanium housing and scratch- resistant sapphire port, while provid- ing SMPTE 292M compliant HD-SDI 1080p/30 video output in 106.4mm (4.19 in.) long, 48mm (1.9 in.) diameter housing.New optics provide a low distortion 74° horizontal  eld of view with a 2-in. to in nity depth of  eld providing a full context view in vivid HD picture quality. Initially available with industry standard hybrid coax bulkhead options, the over- all compact design brings HD to a whole new range of applications previously out of reach in the sub-sea industry. The en- hancements to the widely popular, com- pact, and nearly indestructible Multi-SeaCam camera not only brings high de nition video to our customers, but allows for HD cameras to be brought to some of the harshest and most unforgiv- ing environments on Earth. Deep Trekker Deep Trekker manufactures the only fully portable, affordable and easy to use underwater remotely operated ve- hicle (ROV) on the market. Deep Trekker removes all barriers to underwater exploration with the most intuitive and easy to use ROV. Plunge to depths up to 75M (250 ft) with up to 150M (475 ft) of tether for exceptional range and maneuverability. Investigate the underwater world with our intuitive gaming controller and in- tegrated superbright screen. The DTG2 ROVs are designed to suit all levels of piloting expertise and budgets. Marine Technology Reporter 49MTR #9 (34-49).indd 49MTR #9 (34-49).indd 4912/13/2013 9:37:40 AM12/13/2013 9:37:40 AM

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