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Underwater video is when video technology is used in water (or other fluids) in for example marine, lacustrine, or industrial environments. Video is Latin for "I see”. In this context, the term video refers to the technology of (electronically) capturing, sometimes manipulating, storing and/or broadcasting, and finally reproducing a sequence of still images at a rate that is perceived by the brain as being in motion. Sometimes the term video is referring to the actual equipment (video recorders, cameras) and/or video cassettes or even the recorded content.
- Application and use of underwater video
- Video technology
- Underwater video systems
- * JNCC Joint Nature Conservation Committee (UK) Marine Monitoring Handbook (2001); in particular PG 3.5 Drop down video, PG 3.13 Subtidal hand-held video, PG 3.14 Towed sledge
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