OceanTools C4 Subsea Camera High Definition Internet Protocol camera

The C4 range of cost-effective subsea Internet Protocol  cameras capture HD video in low light level conditions, with a choice of lens options and depth ratings down to 3000 m.



The C4 subsea camera range has been designed to serve a wide range of roles underwater, operating in low light conditions, with a 120 dB Wide Dynamic Range It has rapidly become established as the IP camera of choice for many industries including offshore renewables, salvage, military and scientific research.

The C4-10 has a fixed zoom with a 4 mm lens fitted as standard for 73° diagonal field of view. 2.8 mm wide or 6 mm narrow lens options are available on request.

Colour HD video (including 1080 p) is streamed using standard Internet Protocols such as the RTSP protocol, with a remote configuration interface. Lower definition streams including 720 p and 360 p and a range of video bit rates are also supported.

The compact subsea camera units are manufactured from acetal or anodised aluminium to achieve a 300 m or 3000 m depth rating respectively with the same dimensions.

A single subsea connector supports data and power, with optional Power over Ethernet (PoE) for easy integration. Multiple IP cameras networked underwater can share a common copper or fibre uplink to the surface.

Zoom and Fisheye Options
The C4-20 has a remotely controllable optical zoom for close up inspection. A versatile 2.8-12 mm motorised varifocal zoom lens is fitted as standard. Its housing has a similar design to the C4-10 with a choice of 300 m or 3000 m depth rating and a single subsea connector.

The C4-30 features an ultra wide angle fisheye lens, paired with an innovative hemispherical window to offer a near 180° field of view. It is also available as either a 300 m or 3000 m rated unit, with a choice of side or rear connector positions to allow different mounting arrangements.