|Nemo Battery Weight:||760||g|
|Thruster||4||thrusters (2 horizontal, 2 vertical)|
|Camera||Wide angle lens, 4K/30fps (Video) and 16M(Image)|
The robot's QAS-balance technology achieves conventional floating dive, forward, backward, turn, tilt posture, hovering, cruising and pitching.
Nemo has UHD 4K/30pfs recording and supports up to 4K video and 16 megapixel photography. The video shoots up to 120 fps and comes with QAS-Balance system that makes it possible to capture high quality dynamic pictures. Nemo has a film setting functions, combined with matrix lights and a special underwater shooting filter.
The robot has a detachable Battery & Aquarobotman APP. Nemo features a quick-charge modular C-Hyperhelix battery. Users see the real-time view on the App installed on a phone or tablet.
Nemo is suitable for Scuba Diving, Scientific Exploration, Salvage & Rescue, Fishing, Underwater Exploration, Ships Inspection, Yachting, Aquaculture.
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Tagsautonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs)remotely operated vehicles (ROVs)
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