Marine robotics company Qysea has announced the newest addition to its V6 series, Fifish V-evo, which it calls the first underwater drone to feature a 4K 60 FPS camera and 360-degree omnidirectional movement.
Featuring a 4K 60 FPS professional-grade camera system, Fifish V-evo can reportedly capture increased detail and smooth slow-motion videos in ultra-high definition. The drone is equipped with dual 5000 lumens 5500K white LED lights to illuminate darker surroundings and reveal vibrant colors.
What’s more, Qysea’s six-thruster layout was designed to enable unrestricted movement, facilitating creative and dynamic underwater filming. The drone also utilises AI-powered image enhancements to filter out plankton-induced white marine flakes and improve footage clarity.
The Fifish V-evo’s hydrodynamic, fluid and rugged water droplet design was built to ensure minimal resistance against ocean currents, allowing for longer dives. An attachment port also accommodates a variety of tools, enabling integration and versatility for various tasks and scenarios.
The Fifish V-evo, which Qysea says has a new, compact design, is intended for filmmaking, deep-sea exploration, marine monitoring, scuba diving excursions and more.