We just purchased a Blue2 ROV late last year to include as a cheaper option for our clients when we need to fly to projects (checked luggage rather than sending 150kg airfreight).
I tested the Blue2 ROV out with a local client which had a indoor flocculation tank today, and even with the 4 LEDs at 100%, the frame rate was very low making the video file jerky. I had changed the file format to .mov to make the export into our post production software easier, but have since changed it back to .mkv.
Is there any way to check the frame rate or adjust settings for the video to enable smoother video recording? At the moment the video is unusable for professional presentations. Luckily I had a GoPro hero4 attached to the ROV as well, recording in 1080p50 which produces very good video.
Any ideas on how to fix this in low light conditions, ive seen other recordings at depth that don’t seem to have these issues, so its either an issue with my camera, or settings somewhere that aren’t setup correctly.