VideoRay ROV photo contest returns

ROV operators can snap and win

Author: Pat
23rd December 2020
 

Share pics of your VideoRay ROV in use... and win

VideoRay is holding its annual photo contest to showcase underwater vehicles in use around the world – with some great prizes up for grabs.

All entries will be included in a ‘Best of VideoRay 2020’ photo gallery on the website www.videoray.com with full photo credits.

To take part, you need to share up to three images of your VideoRay ROV in action.

All participants will receive a VideoRay T-shirt and VideoRay-branded COVID-19 face mask.

In addition, the grand prize winner will receive an electronic tablet, and the top five submitters will receive a VideoRay Operations jacket.

Time to get creative! Here are some ideas for submissions:

  • Send a photo of you or your team with your VideoRay ROV
  • Show where your ROV has been, such as above-water shots with the submersible in your operation environment
  • Underwater photos taken by a diver or another VideoRay ROV system are great – the Mission Specialist ROVs can take 13MP stills

The deadline for submissions is January 30, 2021. Good luck – and happy snapping.

 

Image: Remote Robotics owner and pilot Edward Henderson conducting a pre-dive inspection before deploying his VideoRay Pro 4 in the Highlands of Scotland

 
 
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