Beautiful Whale Shark - filmed on Boxfish 360 - epic!

December 27, 2018

Boxfish Research customer Tom Boyd of Sedogs Productions (Seadogs Website) while freediving and shooting 360 had an amazing encounter with a whale shark off of the Big island of Hawai'i.

He managed to capture this incredible footage of a flyby of this previously undocumented specimen in crystal clear water. The clear water, combined with the amazing 5k stitched output from the Boxfish 360 has resulted in some epic footage that allows us all to experience what Tom and his colleagues were able to experience in the water that day.

To watch the video please click here

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