I have 2 thru hull
cameras to mount on a catamaran
and am wondering if anyone has any experience to determine the best installation
. The cameras have a 90 degree angle view.
I already have a number of underwater lights to the aft as well as inboard and outboard
of both transoms so at least one should take advantage of the available lighting
Should one of the cameras be in the bow? If so, is there merit in pointing it forward to provide an underwater view when picking your way through shallows? No lights up there but for day it might be fun to see where you're going? And the odd Dolphin might show up as well.
For the camera
or cameras at the aft we are hoping for aquarium-like views of sea life. So, would you recommend facing the camera
or aft? And, should the view be horizontal or angled down such that the edge of the view remains below the surface?
The cameras themselves will be around 2 feet below the surface.
Thanks in advance.