Dr. Tom Kwasnitschka
GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel
Wischhofstr. 1-3, Geb. 8e, Raum 213
Tel.: 0431 600-2136
Fax: 0431 600-2924
For more than a decade we have been develeoping underwater cameras, first for photogrammetric seafloor maping, but also for spatially immersive media such as the projection dome of our ARENA2-Simulator. Thus, we continuously expanded our line of DeepSurvey Cams. In parallel, we developed a series of patented, powerful LED lighting arrays for deep ocean use. All models are available for scientific joint ventures and are deploylable down to 6000m.
A Canon 6D with 8-15mm fisheye lens and integrated LED-Flash for photogrammetric surveys on ROVs and AUVs.
A Sony A7s with Canon 8-15mm in a 100mm dome port with extra large titanium housing.
A sensitive full-format Sony SNC-VB7 4K camera with Canon 8-15mm fisheye in a dome port
DSC 4 (in development)
an equirectangular Nikonos 15mm lens in a deep ocean adaptation and full format sensor
a deep-sea adaptation of a Z-Cam S1 360°-VR camera
the world's first metric HDR-deep-ocean photogrammetry camera with Zeiss DUW 100 lens
HDR 4Kx4K fulldome video und photogrammetry camera with 180° fisheye and 100mm dome port
24-channel LED Matrix
LED lighting with up to 6x4 channels
48-channel LED Matrix
LIGHTHOUSE - LED matrix with up to 12x4 channels in ball heads