The submarine UAV Navatics Mito impresses with the stability it shows in diving. In addition, he films in 4K.
A significant part of the CES 2019 was dedicated to aquatic devices. It is logically in this sector that the Navatics Mito was exposed: an underwater drone that is worth seeing.
With its 12 megapixel sensor, the camera can shoot videos in 4K at 30 frames per second. It is even possible to broadcast live content in 1080p. The Mito is a fairly imposing device with dimensions of 400 x 300 x 135 mm. But the most impressive is the excellent stability offered by its four propellers (two side and two on the top). But when you do not touch the controls, they are constantly readjusting autonomously so that the drone is not destabilized.
The machine is piloted via a radio remote control (up to 500 meters away). However, be aware that the signals are sent to an antenna connected to the drone by a cable 50 meters long. This is explained by the fact that the water does not let the sent waves pass well and it is therefore necessary to go through a wired solution.
The Navatics Mito can dive to a depth of 40 meters deep. To be sure of bringing back beautiful images, the camera has two lights at the front to illuminate the dark areas.
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Regarding autonomy, the drone needs 2 hours and 30 minutes of refill to refuel and hold 4 hours. The antenna on its side has the same endurance, while needing 2 hours of charge to be at the maximum of its battery.
Price and availability
The submarine drone will be available for sale in March for a fee of $ 1,500.