The IMU and exclusive algorithm ROBOSEA™ allows BIKI to keep its balance in the water, so the BIKI Robotic Fish can be used to shoot clearly underwater.
The battery can last for 90 to 120 minutes which is normally long enough for one-time diving. When only 20% battery capacity is remained, BIKI will send a signal of returning to base.
The BIKI Robotic Fish can be controlled by remote control underwater - and you can make it easy to shoot what you want by programming a predetermined route for your BIKI Robotic Fish on your mobile phone.
You don’t have to go diving to enjoy the beauty of the sea world. Just take a BIKI Robotic Fish.
BIKI Robotic Fish adopts the acoustic communication technique.
BIKI Robotic Fish has 2*114 lumen lamps to make it possible for users to shoot in darkness.
BIKI Robotic Fish adopts bionic technology and it is mainly powered by the fin so that makes it safe enough for children to play with BIKI Robotic Fish.
According to Ingress Protection (IP) Rating, BIKI Robot Fish is measured as IP68 and protected from long term immersion up to a specified pressure.
BIKI Robotic Fish can be controlled remotely at up to 33 feet (10m) underwater, and 98.4 ft (30m) to 164 ft (50m) above the water.
BIKI can transmit real-time images from the water. It will record images first when swimming under water and you can see what was captured on your app with Wi-Fi when it gets back.
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