Here is the deal . . .
I have a giant glass tank filled with water, and my robot fish is in it.
I got two expensive high speed cameras pointed at the fish, 90 degrees to each other.
The problem I am having is poor lighting . . . the cam images are really dark.
I took all the office lights I can find and am pointing it through the glass, even bought 6 underwater fountain lights (3 stopped working for no reason, so lame) . . . but still not enough light!
I spent weeks looking for underwater lights, but apparently 'waterproof' in the marketing biz actually only means 'splash resistant' . . . dangerous, I know . . . so I ended up giving up on this underwater light idea.
So I am thinking of getting a professional studio light or flood lamp, hopefully under $120 . . .
Anyone with recommendations on lighting or where to get a studio light? Google has tons, but looking for anyone experienced with thoughts . . .