Choosing the Right Camera for your

Remote Visual Inspection

Shakespeare asked “What’s in a name?”.  Well, when it comes to our cameras – quite a bit!  Crystal Cam offers a full line of small, rugged, waterproof cameras.  They all include integrated LED lighting and impressive depth ratings, so what is the difference?  And how do you choose which camera is best for you?

 

The table below has been created to show the key differences at a glance, with full product details available on the individual Onyx, Amber, Sapphire and Diamond pages.  

Onyx

Length 2" / 50 mm

Diameter 0.875" / 22 mm

Housing Anodized aluminum

Depth Rating 3,300' / 1,000 m

Lights Variable, high intensity LED

HD No

Camera Type 1/4” Color CMOS

Sensitivity < 0.025 Lux

Resolution 420 TV lines

Amber

Length 2" / 50 mm

Diameter 1.5" / 38 mm

Housing 2 part epoxy

Depth Rating 1,000' / 300 m

Lights Variable, high intensity LED

HD No

Camera Type 1/4” Color CCD

Sensitivity 0.5 Lux

Resolution 400+ TV lines

Sapphire

Length 2¾" / 70 mm

Diameter 1.63" / 41 mm

Housing 2 part epoxy

Depth Rating 1,000' / 300 m

Lights Variable, high intensity LED

HD No

Camera Type 1/4” Color CCD

Sensitivity 0.5 Lux

Resolution 400+ TV lines

Diamond

Length 2¾" / 70 mm

Diameter 1.63" / 41 mm

Housing 2 part epoxy

Depth Rating 1,000' / 300 m

Lights Variable, high intensity LED

HD Yes

Camera Type 1/3” CMOS

Sensitivity <1 Lux 1080p

Resolution 1080p

Whatever the application – commercial diving, pipe inspection, tank inspection, or any industrial RVI – Crystal Cam offers high quality cameras and economical solutions for remote visual inspections (RVI) or General Visual Inspection (GVI) in hazardous areas and confined spaces.

 

Looking for more information? Check out our cameras and imaging products on our website.  Or contact our sales team directly at info@crystal-cam.com to learn more about Crystal Cam® technology for your remote visual inspection needs.