Check out this new, underwater “trail camera” by SpotX that is triggered by a Vemco acoustic tag:
Similar to a wildlife trail camera, the Spot X underwater camera trap can trigger a camera based on a range of input stimuli. The first use-case triggers a GoPro Hero 8 Black using the ping recorded by a VEMCO/InnovaSea VR2 receiver. However the system is flexible and can interpret PWM, RS-232 or any other analog sensor signal, and can be customised to work with many other cameras.
A couple of quick tips when downloading photos or videos from your FIFISH V6:
Best microSD card to use is series 10, 64GB microSD card, formatted as EXFAT
Make sure your devices are all fully charged before you start copying files
In the FIFISH App, go to MEDIA, DEVICE, choose your media type and press and hold the thumbnail in order to activate the “selection function”. You should see three lime-green buttons appear at the bottom of the screen. Select the images you want to copy, START, then choose where you want to send the files
You can find an online video tutorial at QYSEA SUPPORT for further help
And if you are having problems downloading the image files to microSD, try again with a brand new card.
Researchers at MIT have developed a “translational acoustic-RF communication” (TARF) that will allow communication between underwater vehicles (subs, ROVs, etc) and airborne devices (planes, drones, etc):