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Manufactured by Chinese company Qysea, the Expert shares many of its key features with the base version of the V6. These include six thrusters for 360-degree omni-directional maneuverability, a maximum depth rating of 100 m (328 ft), a top forward speed of 1.5 meters per second (4.9 ft/s) and an LED-spotlight-aided 4K/30fps camera.In the case of the Expert, however, the spotlights put out a combined 6,000 lumens, as opposed to the V6's 4,000. Additionally, while video footage and photos have to be downloaded from the V6's internal memory, the Expert records on a quickly removable and transferrable 128GB SD card.