Video cameras record video of characteristics of the surrounding environments and can be deployed on fixed and mobile platforms.
Video cameras within Ocean Networks Canada are mainly deployed at fixed-locations at the seafloor (with the exception of one above-ground camera in Cambridge Bay mounted above ground), and on mobile platforms underwater (e.g., Wally). Scientists monitor organisms (e.g. composition, abundance, behaviour, interactions), characteristics of seafloor geology and changes over time. Systematic surveys are conducted on fixed and mobile cameras. .
Individual instruments of the above category, which are (or have been) connected to our observatories. Click an instrument for detailed information.
|DragonFish Camera SUBC13116||Marine Technology Centre|
|Ocean Dynamics Falcon ROV Camera||Ocean Networks Canada Offices|
|Ocean Presence Technologies OPT-06FHDE 9300861||Folger Passage|
|Ocean Presence Technologies OPT-06HDE 9300860||Marine Technology Centre|
|Pan/tilt/zoom Crawler Webcam 3||Marine Technology Centre|
|Panasonic KX-HCM280 Pan/tilt/zoom Camera (SN 9FAXK001211)||Marine Technology Centre|
|Panasonic Webcam KX-HCM280 9FAXK001211 on Crawler||Marine Technology Centre|
|Panasonic Webcam WV-SC384 1KBXM002117 on Crawler||Marine Technology Centre|
|Panasonic Webcam WV-SC384 KDV11977 on Crawler||Marine Technology Centre|
|ROS 1060 Multi SeaCam 2186-T||Marine Technology Centre|
|ROS 1060 Multi SeaCam 2190-T||Marine Technology Centre|
|ROS Inspector HD 52-29035-AT01 (SN 3364)||Marine Technology Centre|
|Sidus High Resolution Video Camera (SN 00714)||Marine Technology Centre|
|Sony SNC-RH124 Camera 3000723||Marine Technology Centre|
|SubC Imaging 1Cam Mk5 SN 15548||Barkley Canyon|
Click the instrument categories below for descriptions and lists of instruments belonging to that category.