Photograph of DSG at Mona Island, Puerto Rico by Michelle Scharer
Underwater cameras are used to record high quality sounds and video in aquatic environments
Each camera has a hydrophone for capturing underwater sounds as electrical signals and a datalogger that stores the sounds on flash memory. Loggerhead cameras give you control over when and how often the video camera records.
The LHC Cyclops camera combines a scientific quality audio recorder with an HD camera to give up to 1 month audio and video recordings with a 10% duty cycle.