Aquawork always offers the best quality in contents as well as in production and technical equipments. Only through the combination of these three elements, plus a delicate treatment in image and sound post production, we can get the best results.
Aquawork has a totally operative and independent submarine equipment, where the camera is encased in a watertight box Gates. Rafa Herrero is the submarine cameraman and Antonio Femenía the submarine lighting technician, both professionals with a wide experience in underwater filming.
A close-circuit equipment Evolution + CCR design, with operative working capacity up to - 100 meters depth, according to the qualification of their operators. These equipments allow a bigger stay under the water and closer approach to wild life, as they do not loose any bubbles.
Camera DVCPRO HD AG-HVX200E Super wide-angle lens Fathom Imaging SWP44Gates watertight encasement with functions of:
- On / Off
- Automatic/manual iris
- Balance selector
- Automatic/manual focus
- Filter selector
- White balance
Connection to earth monitor with cable for 50 meters Working depth -100 meters
Under the water light loses intensity, working as an inmense blue filter that absorbs warmer colours as we descend. Besides, visibility is poorer than outside and therefore, lighting of close-ups is very important to bring out colours with all their intensity and to stress all life teeming in the ocean.
Pack of autonomous batteries of 24 and 42 Ah with two focuses/lights of 250 w each, 3.200º K. Batteries are placed on diver's chest and the focuses in any of the watertigh cases. Weight on sea water -6 Kg.
Autonomous lighting aerodinamic torpedo with batteries of 24 and 56 Ah with two focuses of 250 w each, 3200º K. Weight on sea water -500 grs.
Pack of autonomous batteries of 24 and 42 Ah with two focuses of 150 w each, 3.200º K. Batteries are placed on diver's chest and the focuses in any of the watertigh cases. Weight on sea water -2 Kg.
DragonSub VideoLux lights. 8 torches of 12 leds each, perfectly diffuse light without shadows, 6.200º K, 120 minutes autonomy.
Underwater light of 1.000 w, 320 v, 3.200º K, with a 75 meters cable.