SeaView Underwater Cameras are Affordable, Durable and Great for Commercial and Personal Use.
Search and Rescue:
Underwater video cameras are valuable tool in search and rescue missions and are ideal for police, fireman, cost guard, rescue workers and even insurance investigators. (The Offshore models are best for this application)
If you're a treasure hunter, the underwater video camera can help you explore the wreck site before the divers gear up to go over board. There are still many undiscovered historic relics so use the cameras to find the priceless treasures. (The Offshore models are best for this application)
Aquatic life is best researched in their natural environment. Monitor behavioral and social interaction without disturbing the situation with a diver. Whether you're researching migration, patterns, plant life, geographical features, feeding or any other habits, this is the best tool for you.
Now why on earth would you need an underwater video camera if you are a diver? Various uses include: viewing a dive site before gearing up for a dive, dive training safety, to show others on the boat what you are seeing and document damage to a water craft. (The Supermini models are best for this application)
Commercial Fishing/Charter Boats:
The captain of the boat can use the camera for most applications above but the charter boat captain can help attract customers and also allow the customer to record the fishing adventure to watch for many years to come.
An underwater video camera can monitor a swimmers strokes and the playback shows the swimmer exactly what he/she needs to do to improve. Record swim meets for playback later. (The Supermini models are best for this application) Pipe and Well Inspections: Inspections of a pipe or well become much easier with an underwater video camera. Show the customer the current condition but also use the underwater video camera to help view any repairs or maintenance that may be needed. (The Supermini models are best for this application)
Handle various assets that have been associated with a casualty and properly record the evidence to a recording device. The casualties can be related to water, fire, theft or some form of collision. The underwater video camera is a valuable tool for marine salvage and you can also record a tow.
Use the underwater cameras for different inspections including: piling, bridge, well, dam, plumbing, pipe, cable, bottom surveys, ship surveys, tanks and monitor other potentially dangerous/hostile environments.
Direct retail customers are subject to a 20% restocking fee with the exception of manufacturers defects. Feel free to call with any other questions 813-601-4203.