This Under Water Drone Conquers the Ocean... in 4K!-
Explore the ocean with this NEW under-water Drone called the PowerRay from the company Power Vision. This little guy can hang out underwater for 2 hours without needing to recharge, and can find fish, drop bate, and more importantly take some awesome video with its 4K stabilized camera.
Like I mention in the video, this makes a great underwater tool, BUT I would like it to have a side motor to push it along parallel to a subject that I am trying to film. It is amazing what technology can do. Exploring the Isla De Las mujeres, near Cancun, with an Underwater drone is pretty incredible.
Check out The Jurgys Vlog of our day!: http://haiphim.com/clip-hot_kmDApXzwA_UA
WhatsInside's Underwater Drone Vlog: http://haiphim.com/clip-hot_kxImdTUUzrso
More Power Vision stuff:
Awesome iPhone Tool Kit: https://amzn.to/2xu8VBL
Green Pry tool: https://amzn.to/1Tu57pI
Metal phone opening tool: https://amzn.to/1WdOFv0
The camera I used to film this video: https://amzn.to/2p7GtkX
The Lens I used for this video: https://amzn.to/1QOXDw2
Wide angle lens: https://amzn.to/2qiYM4u
And this Metabones adapter: https://amzn.to/2iZ67Ty
This is the drone I use: https://amzn.to/2joH00G
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