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$2,080.00

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Specifications: 

 
1050 Black & White
2060 Color
Mechanical
Black and White
Low Light Color
Housing:
Delrin or titanium
Delrin or titanium
Port:
Sapphire
Sapphire
Outer Diameter:
4.74 cm (1.87 in.)
4.74 cm (1.87 in.)
Overall Length:
12.95 cm (5.10 in.)
12.95 cm (5.10 in.)
Weight In Air--Delrin:
296 g (10.5 oz.)
296 g (10.5 oz.)
Weight In Air--Titanium:
459 g (16 oz.)
459 g (16 oz.)
Weight In Water--Delrin:
56 g (2 oz.)
56 g (2 oz.)
Weight In Water--Titanium:
112 g (4 oz.)
112 g (4 oz.)
Optical    
Lens:
2.8 mm, f2.8
3.0 mm, f2.0
Focus:
Fixed focus, wide angle
Fixed focus, wide angle
Depth of Field:
10 cm (4 in.) to infinity
10 cm (4 in.) to infinity
Field of View in Air:
106 deg. (H) x 78 deg. (V) x 149 deg. (D)
95 deg. (H) x 75 deg. (V) x 130 deg. (D)
Field of View in Water:
77 deg. (H) x 59 deg. (V) x 98 deg. (D)
75deg. (H) x 60 deg. (V) x 85 deg. (D)
Video    
Image Sensor:
1/3-inch CCD image sensor
1/3-inch CCD image sensor
Number of Pixels:
537 (H) x 505 (V) (EIA); 537 (H) x 595 (V) (CCIR)
768 (H) x 494 (V) (NTSC); 752 (H) x 582 (V) (PAL)
Resolution:
400+ TV lines horizontal
460+ TV lines horizontal
Scene Illumination:
0.27 Lux at f2.8
1.1 Lux at f2.0
Signal to Noise:
More than 45 dB (AGC off)
More than 45 dB
Video Output:
1.0 volt peak-to-peak into 75 ohm
1.0 volt peak-to-peak into 75 ohm
Video Format:
EIA (RS170), CCIR
NTSC, PAL, composite standard
Electical    
Power:
11-30 volts DC
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Current:
110 mA
200 mA
Connector:
Impulse: BH4MP, LPBH4MP, MSSJ-9-BCR, IE55-1508/2008; Burton: 5507-1508/2008; Call for others
Impulse: BH4MP, LPBH4MP, MSSJ-9-BCR, IE55-1508/2008; Burton: 5507-1508/2008; Call for others
Environmental    
Depth:
Delrin: 300 meters Titanium: 6,000 meters
Delrin: 300 meters Titanium: 6,000 meters
Operation Temperature:
-20 deg. C to +40 deg. C
-30 deg. C to +40 deg. C
Storage Temperature:
-30 deg. C to +70 deg. C
-30 deg. C to +70 deg. C
Description

The Deepsea Power and Light Multi SeaCam® is a versatile camera designed to meet all your needs, whether for deep ROV or shallow diver applications. One housing and mounting system accepts four different video camera cartridges; black and white, low light black and white, or low light color model. This enables you to standardize all your applications with one electrical and mechanical interface. Best of all, you can easily change camera cartridges in the field by removing a snap ring, allowing you to upgrade or repair in minutes.

Both housing types offer superior corrosion resistance. The ROV version is made from titanium, and is rated to 6,000 meters (20,000 feet). The diver version is made from black Delrin, and is rated to 300 meters (1,000 feet). A scratch-resistant sapphire port make the Multi SeaCam® one of the toughest, most durable cameras in the underwater industry. All camera versions come with DeepSea’s acclaimed wide angle, fixed focus optics. Focusing as close as 10 centimeters (4 inches), the Multi SeaCam® is easy to operate.

For diver applications, the Multi SeaCam® can be mounted on a SuperLite 17 or 27 helmet using DeepSea’s Universal Helmet Mounting Bracket. It also mounts to DeepSea’s Universal Hand Grip for hand-held operation. Working in tandem with any of DeepSea’s world class underwater lights (such as the Multi SeaLite™ or Mini SeaLite™), the Multi SeaCam® provides the optimal underwater video solution.

See the DOCUMENTS tab for more information on the Specifications as well as the Users Manual for the Multi SeaCam®.

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  • What is the difference between NTSC and PAL?

    NTSC and PAL are both standards for the encoding of color television signals into a single wire. NTSC is the video format that the United States, Canada and many other countries use. Europe, Australia and parts of Asia use a different format called PAL. Prior to ordering your video system or video camera, please make sure you know the proper format for your location.

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