Seawolf GoPro Submarine

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

No longer are you limited to just to aerial footage with your action camera as the Seawolf GoPro Submarine allows you to capture footage of what’s lurking under water.

Built by the team at TTRobotix, the 17-pound submarine is powered by a pump-drive ballast system that allows users to pilot the watercraft via remote control. The Seawolf is equipped with a 5,000-mAh battery that’s good for just under an hour (50 minutes to be exact) of use, with the ability to dive up to 33 feet at cruising speeds of 2 miles per hour. It works with both GoPro Hero3 and Hero4 models, and is set to hit the retail scene in August of this year. There will be several different models available, starting at $999. [Purchase]

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