The ease of collecting field video observations and the amount of information collected confirms that this technique is appropriate for the study of spatio-temporal variations in biodiversity and resources, both from the point of view of research, and in support of management in a view of monitoring achievable by the management services. The use of video techniques for monitoring marine ecosystems has several widely recognized benefits. These techniques are not destructive and do not require divers, eliminating the observer effect and limiting the costs of observations in the field. Recordings are also records that can be returned to, while providing information on fish habitat and behavior (Harvey et al., 2004).