E70292

Raymarine Dragonfly 4DVS DownVision CHIRP & Regular Sonar

Raymarine Dragonfly 4DVS DownVision CHIRP & Regular Sonar

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The Raymarine Dragonfly 4DVS DownVision CHIRP & Regular Sonar will change your underwater view and maximize your time fishing with Raymarine's wide-spectrum CHIRP technology.

Features

  • 4.3" All-Weather, High-Definition LED Backlit Display
  • Optically Bonded Display For Sharp Color, Wide Viewing Angles, and No Internal Fogging
  • Dual-Channel Sonar With Wide Spectrum CHRIP DownVision Sonar For Photo-Like Images And A Second CHIRP Conventional Sonar Channel For Targeting Fish
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 Easily identify fish and underwater objects with photo-like sonar images from the DownVision channel and target fish with the conventional CHIRP sonar channel. Dragonfly's all-weather, high-definition color LCD display looks sharp from every angle and optical bonding ensures the display will never fog up internally. Step up to CHIRP and a smarter species of sonar with Dragonfly 4DVS.

Features

  • Wide-spectrum CHIRP technology delivers high-speed tracking and better deep water resolution
  • 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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