FishSens SondeCAM Underwater Camera

The SondeCAM is a powerful and versatile underwater fishing camera for viewing live underwater video directly from a supported fishfinder or display with video inputs.

Features

  • Low-light camera performs in wide range of environments
  • Connects to wide range of fishfinders and chartplotters that support video input
  • Protected by a durable anodized aluminum body and scratch-resistant lens
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FishSens SondeCAM Underwater Fishing CameraSC2001 SondeCAM underwater camera, 50 ft. cable
$459.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Extension Cable SC0040-25 SondeCAM extension cable, 25 ft.
$159.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Extension Cable SC0040-50 SondeCAM extension cable, 50 ft.
$179.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Sinking Weight Kit SC0020 SondeCAM sinking weight kit, 8 oz.
$39.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Flashlight Kit SC0012 SondeCAM flashlight kit
$99.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Pole Mount Kit SC0011 SondeCAM telescoping pole mount kit, 63"-108"
$119.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Topside Rail Mount Kit SC0014 SondeCAM topside rail mount kit
$59.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Boatside Rail Mount Kit SC0010 SondeCAM boatside rail mount kit
$149.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Trolling Motor Mount Kit SC0015 SondeCAM trolling motor mount kit
$69.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Panel Mount Kit SC0013 SondeCAM panel mount kit
$119.00
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FishSens SondeCAM DVR SC0001 SondeCAM digital video recorder (DVR)
$399.00
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FishSens SondeCAM Cable Organizer SC0088 SondeCAM cable organizer
$29.00
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The SondeCAM is a powerful underwater camera ideal for professional anglers, fishery managers and researchers looking to identify fish habitat and profile submerged structures. The camera features the latest low-Lux image sensor for clear color visuals at a resolution of 800 TV lines. Optional accessories include extension cables, DVR, flashlight kit, sinking weights, and a variety of pole and rail mounts.

SondeCAM can operate in marine or freshwater environments at depths up to 300 feet. An anodized aluminum body with hydrodynamic contours protects the camera from rusting and saltwater corrosion. The power and signal cable is based on a high-flex design with abrasion-resistant polyurethane jacket. Heavy-duty plastic caps on the front and rear of the SondeCAM withstand impacts, and a scratch-resistant lens ensures continued performance even after rough deployments.

The low-light camera performs well in a range of aquatic conditions and is powered directly from a boat's 12VDC power source using the included adapter cable. SondeCAM models are compatible with a long list of fishfinders and chartplotters, making it a convenient and economical way to view underwater video. Compatible fishfinders/chartplotters include Lowrance, Raymarine, and Garmin models with video input via RCA or BNC connector.

  • Weight: 2.2 lbs with cable
  • Cable Length: 50 ft. included, 25 ft., 50 ft., 100 ft. extension cables available
  • Buoyancy: Sinks without additional weights
  • Material: Marine anodized aluminum, acetal, stainless steel hardware
  • Camera: 1/3” CCD Sony Effio-V CXD4141GG DSP
  • Resolution: >700 TV Line
  • Noise Reduction: 2D + 3D - NR
  • Shutter: 1/10000 s
  • Minimum Color Illumination: 0.1 lux
  • Minimum B/W Illumination: 0.001 lux
  • Video Output: NTSC/PAL
  • Voltage: 12VDC +/- 10%
  • Power: 2.0 Watts
  • Depth: 300 ft.
  • (1) SondeCAM with 50 ft. cable
  • (1) RCA cable
  • (1) BNC video adapter
  • (1) Power cable with bare leads
  • Note: Manufacturer-specific video adapter may still be required depending on model
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