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Product DescriptionThis top-of-the-line underwater camera system lets you see fish, structure, and lure with unmatched clarity and low-light visibility and field-of-view. Features 3x digital zoom and the only 1/3" CCD color camera in the industry. The 1/3" CCD sensor is able to reproduce a wider and larger area coverage due to the larger sensor. Great picture, camera depth and direction, and water temperature, right on the screen. 7" sunlight-viewable LCD display with back-light heater for cold-weather performance. IP67 rated (waterproof to 3').
• 7" Sunlight Viewable LCD Monitor
• LCD Back Panel Auto Heat Function for Cold Weather Performance
• Video Out
• IP67 Rated Waterproof Monitor
• Illuminated Menu Buttons
• Water-Resistant Cable Connectors
• 1/3" Sony CCD HD Image Sensor, 600 lines of resolution, 0.001 Lux
• 3x Digital Zoom Function
• 100' Cable
• 9 ah Battery
• Adjustable lighting System
• Aqua-Vu Fish Camera Body
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Q:I would like to know details regarding the lighting for the cameral itself. Any suggestions?Asked on 12/7/2013 by Thanks from New Orleans, LA
A:This unit comes with two LED lights installed on the camera for low light conditions.
Naturally, the clearer the water, the farther you can see. As a general rule, in water the camera can see twice as far as the human eye — meaning that if you can see 3 feet down you will be able to see approximately 6 feet in front of the camera. But this is just a rule of thumb. Water bodies vary in water clarity and other characteristics. For anglers studying bottom structure, 2 feet of visibility is sufficient for underwater viewing, though in very clear water, it is possible to see up
to 30 feet or more.Answered on 12/10/2013 by Anonymous
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