World's first underwater television grab

United Kingdom, 1957

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Documentary account of this pioneering effort in underwater salvage. Underwater cameras are mounted in tandem with a grab, providing remote vision for the grab’s controllers at the water’s surface. Promotional film for television technology developed by the Pye Company of the United Kingdom.

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Meadway Productions

Pye Film Unit

Duration

00:08:53:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1957

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