Inuktun Sighting #41: Panning, Tilting and Zooming for Gold

NOVA SCOTIA

SP90 Controller on set of History Channel's Curse of Oak Island

SP90 Controller on set of History Channel's Curse of Oak Island

Spotted on the set of History Channel’s Curse of Oak Island, for the third time Tell Tale Productions re-rented Inuktun’s Spectrum 90™ pan, tilt, zoom camera for this year's installment. The camera was commissioned to provide views down risers and drilled holes into the flooded voids below. This time the deep water model was requested as the depth in the area of interest exceeded the 200ft rating of the standard Spectrum 90™ camera.

With a diameter of 3.5 inches (90 millimetres), 40x zoom, high intensity LED lighting, and optional laser lines, the popular Spectrum 90™ is the ideal drop camera for borehole and similar inspections.

Check out the Spectrum 90™ on film last year here, and stay tuned to History Channel for season four of the Curse of Oak Island to find out what the camera actually saw in the caverns over 200 feet below sea level!