With ultraviolet light in search of amber underwater


Like many other minerals, such as emeralds or sapphires, natural amber has a peculiarity to fluorescence, that is, under ultraviolet light, this mineral begins to glow. As a rule, it is blue, however, depending on the region of origin, the shades can vary up to yellow and green.

Therefore, a fluorescence makes possible to search for amber in an open way, for example, under water.

On this ROV-150D, we installed additional lights made in a sealed case, with which you can dive to a depth of 100 meters, and which, among other things, allows you to take photos and videos of the underwater world in extraordinary colors.