The HexH20 is joining a lineup of water based drones that is growing fast. The HexH20 doesn’t submerge, but it does come with the option to include a Zenmuse gimbal that is positioned inside a waterproof housing such that it lets you pan down and see under the water clearly thanks to a clear portion of the housing that goes under the water. It’s sold mainly as a kit, so you need to be at least a little handy, but that’s a great way to get to know your drone; otherwise, you can pay extra to get it assembled. In calm water, you can even maneuver on the top of the water with the props. Flight time, with recommended setup, is a decent 25 mins. The kit price is just $995, which is very reasonable.