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OceanLED EYES Ocean Camera

OceanLED EYES Ocean Camera

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The OceanLED EYES Ocean Camera is the next generation in underwater cameras with an even sleeker design and many enhanced capabilities.

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Effortless mainentance due to the TritoniumT coating: just wipe away marine growth.

Gen2 NTSC Features:

  • High Res: 650TV Lines (Color)/700 TV Lines (B/W)
  • Video Output: 1/0Vp-p Composite 75
  • 1/3" Sony 960H CCD Image Sensor
  • 12 Volt DC
  • 3.6mm Lens

Gen2 HD Features:

  • High Res: 1920 x 1080p
  • Video Output: 1/0Vp-p Composite 75
  • 1/2.7" High Sensitivity Progressive CMOS Sensor
  • 12 Volt DC
  • 4.06mm Fixed Lens

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
OceanLED EYES Ocean Camera 011802 EYES Ocean Camera, Gen2 NTSC
$719.10
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OceanLED EYES Ocean Camera Gen2 HD 011803 EYES Ocean Camera, Gen2 HD
$899.10
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