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Old 10-17-2014, 02:36 PM
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Went out today to a local wreck.Seas were 2 ft.You have to go slow.The manual says 3-8 mph.The slower you go the cleared the picture.Its a nice tool to have.pictures are impressive.Capt.Mike
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Old 10-17-2014, 07:51 PM
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Great to see real world image versus the promo hype of the advertising literature taken in a stationary boat on a calm day. While suposebly capable of longer range, they do not appear to be any sharper than the navico option. I have been waiting to see actual real life usage. Thanks and I hope to see more postings from other users. I have been using the navico lss1 and 2 ever since their release as a diver they have been great in locating reef structure with a much clearer picture than the first generation humingbird option .
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My opinion is that Raymarine doesn't have the expectation that a guy will instantly give up his Lowrance system in favor of the Raymarine unit, rather, it's goal is to offer an improved system to all its Raymarine customers. It's a pretty cool thing that they have systematically removed many, if not nearly all, reasons for someone to buy a Navico product.

Only a couple to go. (future is bright)


Great pics, can't wait till I get mine!
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That looks pretty good to me, I have Garmin and can't get that clear of a picture. Are they stock settings?
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All auto settings.45-50ft of water.Capt.Mike
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Not to familiar with side vision, but pictures to the sides of the vessel would that be relative to vessel and numbers to the top of your machine would be your range numbers in feet 60 -120. When pictures are showing up on the port side of screen that would mean structure would be to port of vessel ?.
Not sure if above makes sense so in other words how would you mark that with a marker buoy .
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Just an FYI. If you get yourself a blank micro SD and put in into your MFD you can take screen shots and save them on the card.
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Yes,I realize about the SD card.Never bring one though.Still trying to get it dialed in.Went out today to look at some of my ledges.A lot harder to find a 2ft ledge.The seas need to be pretty flat..flatter the better.You have to go slow.Almost slower than we troll.I have 800 waypoints offshore.I will be a nice tool to use to see some of my areas in a different presentation. If you see something on the port side..It is on the port side.You can stop the screen. and mark the spot.It shows man made structure great.Capt.Mike
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Cool, I'm glad someone posted some CP200 live pics

Do you have any photos of the CP200 mounted on your boat?
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Went to another wreck today.Looking foward to getting out deeper to look at natural bottom.Capt.Mike
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Sweet looking nice and clear
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Must have been a lil rough?
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Originally Posted by CME View Post
they have systematically removed many, if not nearly all, reasons for someone to buy a Navico product.

Only a couple to go. (future is bright)
Broadband radar??

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