Mount Sopris Instruments has introduced their MSI-360 Digital Camera. The company calls the camera a “first of its kind in our industry” because operators can use it on standard geophysical wireline similar to other groundwater tools such as resistivity, caliper, fluid conductivity/temperature, and natural gamma. The fully digital camera works down to 2,000 meters (6,562 feet), displaying high-resolution downhole and side-view video in real-time at the surface.

The company says the control unit’s built-in Wi-Fi or Ethernet connectivity allows operators and customers to see video displayed in an internet browser on a laptop, tablet or phone. Mount Sopris calls the process of collecting video with the camera easy and seamless.

In addition to recording HD quality MP4 video of the well, operators can also take still images. Camera available for purchase or rent. For more information, visit