Ultimate image quality, stable platform, highly manoeuvrable, large internal payload and access to areas unreachable with a diver
Before the Boxfish ROV, underwater filmmakers have struggled to find systems that provide both a stable filming platform and real-time streaming of production quality video.
Divers are the current solution to most underwater filming. However, they have multiple disadvantages, such as dive time restrictions, steadiness, and restrictions on depth and access to remote locations. On top of the issues associated with divers, there is also the need for multiple takes, this is due to the captured footage only being able to be reviewed once it has been retrieved from the camera.
The Boxfish ROV directly solves these pain points and opens up new areas of the world for exploration. The Boxfish ROV is the only product on the market that is designed for this purpose.
Boxfish ROV Features
industry leading uncompressed 4K imagery
actively stabilised platform
easy to use, portable and approved for air travel
highly manoeuvrable, even in strong current
can mimic dolly and crane shots
various camera options
provides access to areas unreachable by divers
cheap to operate
high quality 17,000 lumen lighting
has smooth, precision control thanks to the unique fly-by-wire design
Some additional specs about the Boxfish ROV
the internal camera payload has a large four-thirds sensor which can record in 4K120p 10-bit 4:2:2 at 230mbps
6K and 8K options are coming soon.
our 4K surface monitor provides lag-free monitoring and surface recording at up to 30 fps at 10 bit
The feedback we have received from the cinematography industry is that you:
love the outstanding manoeuvrability – the ability for precise pan and dolly shot as well ultra slow movements is unheard of underwater
love the stability of the cameras, which are unmatched by divers
have direct control of the shot from the surface without relayed messages or multiple takes
appreciate that you don’t need to get additional divers (along with that all the H&S regulations) – given the ROV is remotely operated