Kongsberg Maritime will launch its most advanced underwater digital stills camera at the Ocean Business 2011 technology exhibition in
Southampton (Stand N1) on April 5, 2011. The OE14-408 is the latest underwater digital stills camera to be revealed in Kongsberg Maritime’s market-leading portfolio of
underwater and harsh environment cameras and imaging systems.
The New Kongsberg Maritime OE14-408 10MP Underwater Digital Stills Camera and dedicated Flashgun
The OE14-408 provides superb image and colour quality and has a range of newly enhanced
features since the previous OE14-208 model. These include 10 mega pixels per image
(double the pixel resolution), improved colour depth and dynamic range, Ethernet upload connectivity,
a much faster flashgun refresh rate and a more compact housing for ease of deployment. When used in conjunction with
Kongsberg Maritime’s new dedicated flashgun (the OE11-442), the camera offers accurate exposure control via through-the-lens (TTL)
flash metering resulting in striking image clarity. The flashgun recharge rate has been doubled, allowing improved productivity for
The OE14-408 has a 5 x zoom capability and is depth rated from 4500m to 9000m. Each image is framed and
temporarily stored on the inbuilt 8GB Solid-State Storage. The images can be the uploaded ‘on the fly’ via USB2 or Ethernet,
meaning that they can be transmitted immediately to the surface or to shore – and viewed anywhere on the globe, therefore increasing
operational efficiency of ROV or lander deployment.
David Mackay General Manager at Kongsberg Maritime Ltd comments, "Kongsberg Maritime is recognised for technical innovation in
professional underwater and harsh environment cameras including underwater digital stills, HDTV and low light camera technology.
The OE14-408 is our most advanced underwater digital stills camera to date and we are confident that its enhanced specification and
performance will position it as a strong successor to our previous OE14-208 which sold more than 170 units globally to the world’s
leading ROV service companies and marine research organisations."
In addition to the OE14-408 Kongsberg Maritime will also be revealing a number of other new enhancements to its camera and
imaging sonar range at Ocean Business 2011, including the new wider (70 degree) angle OE14-502 HD camera option, the OE15-110/111
compact inspection camera, a fourth generation underwater 3D/stereo TV development programme and the M3 multimode, multibeam imaging
and profiling sonar.
To find out more visit Kongsberg Maritime on Stand N1 at the Ocean Business 2011 technology exhibition in Southampton 5 - 7 April, 2011.