Aqua-Vu Av760cz Underwater Camera

Priced: $549.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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Aqua-Vu Av760cz Underwater Camera -
In addition to the features above, this unit has a IP67-rated waterproof monitor, watertight cable connector, Aqua-Vu fish camera body, 12-volt, 7.5Ah battery and battery-life indicator. Includes 1/3" Sony CCD high-definition image sensor with 600 lines .001 Lux. 3X Zoom function. 100-ft. camera cable. Includes depth, water temperature and camera direction on screen. Carry bag.
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Aqua-Vu Av760cz Underwater Camera Review:


First Use

Used the camera for the first time this weekend. I used it for a non-traditional ice fishing excursion. I was spearing for Sturgeon. Positivies: Excellent Battery life. The camera was on for 6 hours each day, and the battery never drained beyond the 2nd bar of power. This was used in a heated shack, so that may have played a part. On screen compass headings. Once I determined which way the camera was facing and matched it with on screen heading, I always knew which way the camera was facing. This was important to me, because I was using it to hopefully spot a sturgeon before it swam into the hole. Water clarity was really good, so I was able to see out about 15 feet on the camera, and know what I was seeing, I could see shapes out farther, so I always knew if something was moving. Negatives: There was only one, and it is the reason I don't rate it a 5 Star. The depth gauge was absolutely useless. I know I was fishing in about 11 1/2 feet of water. In spearing you use a decoy, and the decoy rope was marked off in 1 foot increments. So first thing I did was drop the decoy to the bottom, and count the markings. Anyway, the screen kept showing I was in 44 - 46 feet of water. I can understand a little variation, but being off by a multiple of 4 is not acceptable. That isn't that important a feature for me, as I usually fish where I know the depth, but it was significant enough I felt I should mention.
GWSIII at Cabelas on 02/10/2014