This Under Water Drone Conquers the Ocean… in 4K!


Get more info (and buy a PowerRay) HERE: Explore the ocean with this NEW under-water Drone called the PowerRay from the company Power Vision. This little guy can hang out underwater for 2 hours

Get more info (and buy a PowerRay) HERE:
Explore the ocean with this NEW under-water Drone called the PowerRay from the company Power Vision. This little guy can hang out underwater for 2 hours without needing to recharge, and can find fish, drop bate, and more importantly take some awesome video with its 4K stabilized camera.

Like I mention in the video, this makes a great underwater tool, BUT I would like it to have a side motor to push it along parallel to a subject that I am trying to film. It is amazing what technology can do. Exploring the Isla De Las mujeres, near Cancun, with an Underwater drone is pretty incredible.

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