E70291

Raymarine Dragonfly 4DV Fishfinder

Raymarine Dragonfly 4DV Fishfinder

Description

The Raymarine Dragonfly 4DV Fishfinder transmits for sonar signals into the water, allowing Dragonfly to interpret more detail, target more fish, and image structure with unmatched clarity.

Features

  • 4.3" All-Weather High-Definition LED Backlit Display
  • Optically Bonded For Sharp Color, Wide Viewing Angles, And No Internal Fogging
  • Award Winning Wide-Spectrum CHIRP DownVision Sonar Technology For Photo-Like Images, High-Speed Tracking, And Better Deep Water Resolution
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$199.99
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$133.74
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Change your underwater view and catch more fish with the Dragonfly 4DV's wide-spectrum CHIRP DownVision™ technology. Easily identify fish and underwater objects with photo-like sonar images. Dragonfly's all-weather, high-definition color LCD display looks sharp from every angle. Step up to a smarter species of sonar with Dragonfly.


Features

  • Simple to use. Power on and become a Dragonfly expert in minutes
  • Ball and socket tilt swivel mount lets you mount Dragonfly easily on any surface
  • Removable mounting ball is compatible with aftermarket ball and socket mounting systems for more mounting options
  • MicroSD memory card reader for saving sonar screen shots
  • Includes transom mount CHIRP transducer with temperature sensor
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