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How does the camera communicate with the computer? Or better yet, how did you get live feed from the camera?
I'm actually planning to have a floating "platform" on the water where the tether will be connected to, and everything onboard the ROV/platform will communicate with my computer wirelessly. And I'm planning to have a small router on that platform that will be connected to the camera with an ethernet cable, so that I can get a live feed by wifi.
My last comment didn't show up. I am a little clueless when it comes to the camera part. Were that multi core cable connected to your laptop the entire time then? I'm a newbie so bare with me :P
Thanks for the answer :) So you had a USB or some other cable connected to your computer from the camera? Sorry, I just haven't understood the camera bit of the ROV and I'm planning to build one myself.
Yes I realise the density of salt water is greater than that of fresh water, my craft has been designed around fresh water neutral boyency however additional weights can be added to suit salt water
Hi Exop, the camera is also hard wired, meaning, that there is a seperate cable running down to the craft specifically for the camera. I used a multi core cable and simply joined it to the lead that came pre wired with the camera! Simple and in terms of clarity of image works very well
Hi, I'm not to familiar with the fpv system and don't really know enough about it to help you out! However I'm sure it is possible with some research!!
Did your rivets stick up a hair or did you sink them in? I used an antler i had with an old blade my dad had given me but couldnt sink mine in all the way but turned out pretty good.
you are wrong!!!more weight will be needed in salt water as it is denser than fresh water.trust me - I scuba dive
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