Shark Debuts New Product

(Press Release)
Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Shark Marine Technologies Inc. of St.Catharines, Ontario, Canada, announces a new topside video controller with a built-in digital recorder and 15" daylight viewable monitor. The SV-DCC controller, records real-time video to SD memory cards and is backwards compatible with Shark Marine's entire line of Standard Video, underwater cameras and lights. Selectable recording modes allow for 16 to 49 hours of recording time on the included 16G SD card and double that amount on an optionally available 32G. The 15", 1500 nit display mounted in the lid of the controllers rugged case provides a crisp, clear image of the underwater operations for the topside operator. Other readily available options include; GPS Overlay; Keyboard/text overlay; and built-in video enhancement features such as LYNN or Helios.
www.sharkmarine.com

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