e to a human cameraperson, whether this be a shark feeding frenzy on a carcass or interactions between marine creatures in their natural environment. The Odyssey crew will also use the VideoRay ROV as a back up to divers working in difficult situations. Locations will vary from rivers and bays to coral reefs and open ocean.

Very few divers dive below 200 feet, when they do it is with considerable risk. At this depth divers typically use mixed gases not available on the Odyssey. The size, speed and agility of the VideoRay ROV means that there are few restrictions to the dive location, duration, and depth. These exceptional capabilities will open up a whole new area of observation for the Odyssey crew.

From time to time, we will be posting video footage of the encounters and experiences we capture on the VideoRay ROV, as we continue our expedition through the equatorial waters of the globe over the next 3.5 years.

Log by Genevieve & Chris Johnson

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