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How TF-HCF-CAM Can Help Marine Charters

Updated: Oct 11, 2021


Marine charters operate in harsh conditions on water bodies and therefore need to have eyes on all sides of the charter. A recording system for maritime applications is essential for safety and surveillance. Cameras can play a significant role in preserving marine biodiversity by monitoring surrounding activities. Here’s how the TF-HCF-CAM can prove advantageous for marine charter owners and captains.

Compact Camera Body

Measuring at only 80mm x 30mm x 30mm, the TF-HCF-CAM is the smallest military-grade 3G-SDI camera on the market. With its 7075-T6 aluminum housing, the TF-HCF-CAM passes the ruggedness test and can be installed in tight spaces with the help of the robust mounting bracket. Marine charter owners and captains can have peace of mind when there’s a reliable HD camera keeping a check on their charter.

IP67 Waterproof Rating

The TF-HCF-CAM military camera boasts a solid 7075-T6 aluminum housing with an IP67 rating. This makes the HD-SDI camera suitable for mounting and installing marine charters as they are always in close contact with water. The feature will help marine charters continue surveying the area even when tides are high or under the rain.

HD-SDI camera surveying captain seat for security

Advanced Focusing Technology

Helical-centroid focusing is an advanced focusing technology where the relative distance between the image sensor and lens is increased or decreased. Compared to conventional lens focusing techniques, helical-centroid focusing allows the TF-HCF-CAM HD-SDI camera to achieve a wide field of view. This can prove useful for marine charters when they need to make fine-tuned adjustments to focus on the subject in the frame.

Day And Night Settings

You can never know when you have to maneuver your marine charter in the darkness of the night. That’s when the TF-HCF-CAM comes in handy. The sensor can identify the lighting situation and can automatically switch to night settings in low-light conditions to provide a monochrome image. Analog output to a monitor like the Garmin 500 can show surveillance of the area when there isn’t enough light.

Techfury is a reputable manufacturer of audio and video systems based in Wisconsin. We have a team of specialists on board with over 25 years of combined experience in optics, engineering, manufacturing, software development, and other fields. We design and develop military-grade airplane camera systems, airborne flight recorders and aviation grade power supplies. Check out our extensive range of products for more information.

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