UHD Photogrammetry for macro scale projects with the focus on details

Developed in partnership with the National Park Service Submerged Resources Center, Sea Array was designed to pioneer a new standard of interactive digital 3D models.
SeaArray is a revolutionary tool for underwater archeology, bathymetry and biology.

When mounted on a UPV for consistent speeds, the point cloud generated by SeaArray is scaled for macro targets with the minute detail necessary of micro research.

Read about SeaArray's millimeter per meter accuracy as published in Journal of Marine Science and Engineering(Oct, 2020).

Rendered Flyover Videos

Courtesy of the

National Parks Service Submerged Resources Center

Alicia Wreck Site, Biscayne National Park

Mandalay Wreck Site, Biscayne National Park

Shrimper Wreck Site, Biscayne National Park


Using our software and the newest Nikon mirrorless camera, the award winning Z7, the SeaArray system is capable of capturing over 10,000 45MP images per hour when operating in simultaneous mode.

Multi Camera Control

Sequential or Simultaneous Image Capturing

Customizable Capture Rate

Synchronize Camera Settings

Battery Life Indicator

Nikon Z7

Nikon’s newest camera with unprecedented resolution.

Nikon Z7

BSI FX-Formate Sensor

45.7 MP Stills

4K Ultra HD Video

63-25,600 ISO


SeaArray is powered and controlled through Marine Imaging’s universal underwater camera controller.

Multi Camera Control

Real Time Monitor with Selectable Input

ISO Control

F-Stop Control

Shutter Control

Nikon and Sony Compatible

Independent Image Capture

Nauticam Leak Detector