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Humminbird 360SSI Imaging System

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SKU:
WTHUM4083101
UPC:
082324037795
$1,499.99

Description

Now that you can look forward, there's no looking back.
For the first time ever, you can see up to 150 feet in front of your sonar pod, either in full 360 mode or by isolating your sweep area. With valuable intelligence on fish-holding structure and cover waiting up ahead, you can cast to productive areas without spooking

Drop in without causing a stir
At your command, the ultra-quiet 360 Imaging™ Transducer Deployment System drops below your boat?s hull and prop for an unobstructed, 360˚ view. The system operates silently?escaping the notice of nearby fish.

Sweep areas
New 360 Imaging™ allows you to isolate your sweep area over a section of water from 10˚ to 360˚. You can lock in your beam anywhere?but the area in front of your boat is especially useful. Because your transducer has less ground to cover, you'll also benefit from a faster refresh rate.

Mark a waypoint
Mark interesting returns with a waypoint directly on your 360 Imaging™ screen. The exact location will be stored in your unit?s memory and is viewable on GPS Cartography.

Customize your display
Choose from eight color palettes for more flexibility. Based on water conditions, adjust sensitivity for the best returns. Even adjust sharpness to enhance edges and detail depending on lighting.

Switchfire/360 view
View 360 Imaging™ side-by-side with SwitchFire™ or GPS cartography. SwitchFire lets you see what?s going on below your boat while GPS puts valuable waypoints, routes and other navigational information at your fingertips.

Two deployment options
When the timing?s right, you can deploy 360 Imaging™ using your Humminbird unit or the control buttons found on the Transducer Deployment System. Easily manage the depth to which the Transducer Pod deploys to avoid grounding in shallow water.

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