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Lowrance Elite 7 Fishfinder Chartplotter 83 200 kHz

Lowrance Elite 7 Fishfinder Chartplotter 83 200 kHz

7" color display. Brilliant, widescreen visibility and viewing detail Multi-window displays. Down. Scan overlay. Track. Back™ into Sonar History. Advanced signal processing. Advanced NMEA 2000® networking compatibility. Built-in GPS antenna and detailed U.S. background map. Reliable navigation thats easy to use! The Lowrance Elite-7 Fishfinder/Chartplotter Combo features a Broadband Sounder™ with an 83/200 k. Hz transducer for depths to 1,000 feet. The Elite-7 Combo boasts a 70% larger Elite Color 7" display for brilliant, widescreen visibility and viewing detail in all conditions. A multi-window display capability lets you choose up to three panels in split-screen mode to view chart, sonar, and Down. Scan Imaging—all on one screen simultaneously. For instance, Chart, Sonar, and Downscan imaging may be combined in one view. Broadband Sonar is ideal for marking fish arches and tracking lure action. Down. Scan Imaging reveals easy-to-understand, picture-like detail of structure and bottom. Overlay Down. Scan Imaging onto Broadband Sounder display for one stunning view that separates and clearly exposes fish targets from surrounding structure. Save time and fuel by using the Elite-7s Track. Back into Sonar History to review covered areas and pinpoint spots of interest and mark a waypoint at your cursor location with the press of a button.

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