Aquatica has announced the release of a remote imaging system. The pole is designed to collapse into a short portable sections, each no longer than 24”/60cm. The system is supplied with a small external monitor and video goggles, and has a tilt mechanism to create unique filming angles and make moving subjects easier to follow.
Aquatica Remote Imaging System
The Aquatica Team is proud to announce the release of the Aquatica Remote Imaging System, in response to the increased popularity of action photography and video of wild animal, be it a white shark, polar bear, alligator or any other large toothed animals, this modular pole system was created to help the user stay off the food chain while giving them the dramatic “in your face” close up image capability. Conscious that most of us do not live in close proximity of the action, the Remote Imaging System was designed especially for the travelling individual and its 8 feet /2.5m (and plus if optionally available sections are added) will disassemble into easy to pack 24”/60cm sections.
Equipped with a small external monitor and video goggles (both included) for easier framing and reviewing of your images, it also feature an handy tilt mechanism that can be adjusted up or down at any time to follow your subject, this feature will allow for more dynamic angle, added opportunities and better follow through sequence in video.
While built and conceived around the Aquatica line of housing, its straight forward design allows it to be adapted to a multitude of housing brands. Made high grade anodized aluminum and stainless steel to offer total protection from corrosion, the flexible mount has plenty of threaded holes for mounting lighting, buoyancy compensating floats or other accessories, its gliding grip will change the angle of the housing to keep it at a level eye to eye position with the subject, no matter if you are in a low riding inflatable, the rear diving platform of a dive boat or from the deck, the oversize tubes section used mean no bending, even when additional section are added, flexibility has been introduced in the ergonomic of the Remote ImagingSystem and both the tilting grip and the remote switch position can be repositioned for maximum comfort.