Wireless marine camera enhances boat security
Garmin International has introduced a wireless camera solution designed for mariners who want to keep an eye on areas inside or around their boat.
The GC 100 marine camera features a compact footprint with a weatherproof design which streams high definition video that is then displayed on a compatible chartplotter on the same network.
It’s adaptable for installation almost anywhere, inside and out - even in total darkness like an engine room.
The camera is hardwired for power and is ready to use with one-button setup. It can be paired with a chart plotter with the ability to view up to four camera feeds simultaneously.
Garmin has also launched a new live scanning sonar for recreational fishing.
Panoptix LiveScope live scanning sonar gives anglers higher resolution and easier-to-interpret images of structure, bait and fish so precise, says Garmin that it’s even possible to distinguish between species.
Like other Garmin Panoptix transducers, LiveScope features two modes in one transducer – LiveScope Down and LiveScope Forward which are interchangeable depending on an angler’s fishing preferences and techniques.
LiveScope is also equipped with an attitude heading reference system that constantly adjusts sonar beams to compensate for boat motion, so even in rough conditions, anglers can see a steady sonar image.
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