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MarCum LX-9 Digital Sonar/Camera System LCD ICE Dual Beam with OSD Camera (8-Inch)

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Quick Overview

-Underwater Camera with DVR Combo.
-8" Flat Panel (800 x 600) Color LED with Video out. Four user-selectable snar color palettes. User Defined on Screen Das
-User-defined on-screen "Dashboard" displays digital depth, battery voltage, range, gain, interference rejection (IR), target adjust, or any combination thereof
-Multifaceted Sonar Display" LCD windows - water column vertical," vertical zoom, flasher-dial and traditional widescreen graph displays.
-Color/B & W Camera with on/screen displays of: temp, depth, relative direction. User Defined Screen options include; all camera, all sonar, split screen, & heads up
MarCum LX-9 Digital Sonar/Camera System LCD Dual Beam with OSD Camera (8-Inch)

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Product Description

Decades of advanced sonar engineering meet wicked underwater wizardry; virtual reality joins aquatic reality, and both live to tell their stories-all on the screen of the same high-powered device. The minds at MarCum Technologies unleash the new LX-9-a totally dynamic sonar / underwater viewing experience you've got to see to believe. With a panoramic 8-inch split-screen enabled LCD, you can play the interactive ice fishing game in sonar and live action modes, simultaneously. Another MarCum Technologies breakthrough, the LX-9 is the industry's first sonar/underwater viewing system combo with an integrated digital video recorder (DVR). For the first time ever, anglers can compare sonar signals with live underwater video side-by-side, providing a "big picture" underwater analysis. Learn to read sonar like never before. Quickly distill pertinent structure, lure and fish details that yield potently effective fishing patterns. Plus, record what you see, upload your videos and let your hotsp

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