OCEANVIEW DEBUTS REVOLUTIONARY VIDEO STABILIZATION
Night vision technology is designed to help boat owners and captains see and navigate better in low-light and rough conditions. But, a constantly moving image can be hard to watch and important details may be missed. Now, OceanView Technologies introduces SteadyView video stabilization as an option to its Apollo night-vision cameras.
This unique option eliminates the effects of unwanted camera motion on a marine display. SteadyView turns shaky, unclear video into crisp, clear actionable information.
“OceanView is proud to bring this amazing new technology to the marine night-vision market,” said Kelly Hulse, OceanView Technologies’ chief technology officer. “OceanView revolutionized the way we navigate at night, SteadyView makes night vision usable when things get rough.”
SteadyView can be added to all existing Apollo and Apollo II installations and can be combined with either thermal or low-light cameras. It requires no additional motion sensors, everything is contained in one unit. SteadyView won’t wear out the pan and tilt motors in the camera, since there are no moving parts. The video stabilization can also be turned off when owners don’t want to use it. This innovative option takes under an hour to install. A video clip of the effects of video stabilization can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rf8N67-I7KI. OceanView Technologies’ optional SteadyView video stabilization for its Apollo night-vision cameras costs an affordable $2,995.