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Aqua-Vu 760C

  • $499.99

  • SKU: 2021617

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  • 7" Sunlight-viewable LCD monitor
  • Video out
  • Illuminated menu buttons
  • IP67 rated waterproof monitor
  • Water-resistant cable connectors
  • 1/3" Sony® CCD HD image sensor, 600 lines of resolution, 0.01 Lux
  • 100' cable
  • 9ah battery
  • Adjustable lighting system
  • Fish camera body
See fish, structure, and your lure with unrivaled clarity, low-light visibility, and a wide field of view with the Aqua-Vu 760c. The Aqua-Vu 760c Underwater Viewing System features a 1/3" CCD HD color camera. This 1/3" CCD sensor is able to reproduce a wider and larger area of coverage than conventional underwater cameras, which use a 1/4" CCD or CMOS sensors. The Aqua-Vu 760c boasts a 7" sunlight-viewable LCD display that features a backlight heater for cold-weather performance. The monitor is waterproof to 3'.

Manufacturer model #: AV760C.
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What would be the best camera for reefs in the gulf of mexico?
depth would be approx. 75' or more
1 year ago
 - Port Charlotte, FL
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Hi, in general the clearer the water, the farther you can see. As a 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. However, 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. This top-of-the-line underwater camera system lets you see fish, structure and your lure like never before, with unmatched clarity, low-light visibility and field-of-view.

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 - Springfield, MO
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