Panoptix LiveScope

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Panoptix LiveScope

Post by Alan_dalton » Tue Jun 12 2018 19:04

Looks amazing, wonder how much it costs. Havent seen any thing as good as this before!

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Post by Andrew Croft » Tue Jun 12 2018 19:16

That is actually quite incredible. I dont know why but i dont like it though
Let me ask you one question. Is your money that good. Will it buy you forgiveness. Do you think that it could. I think you will find When your death takes its toll All the money you made Will never buy back your soul.

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Post by Will Smith » Tue Jun 12 2018 20:29

Clever stuff eh.

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Post by davelumb » Tue Jun 12 2018 20:43

Panoptix LiveScope™ System
PART NUMBER: 010-01864-00
Available 2nd Quarter 2018
£1,769.99


https://buy.garmin.com/en-GB/GB/p/591379

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Post by Andrew Croft » Tue Jun 12 2018 20:49

I'll take 2
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Post by Ian Crook » Tue Jun 12 2018 21:27

davelumb wrote:
Panoptix LiveScope™ System
PART NUMBER: 010-01864-00
Available 2nd Quarter 2018
£1,769.99


https://buy.garmin.com/en-GB/GB/p/591379
You still need a head unit and standard transducer Dave, that’s another £3k

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Post by Carlperkins » Tue Jun 12 2018 21:56

May as well get a diving suit😪
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Post by Alan_dalton » Wed Jun 13 2018 07:32

Ian Crook wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Panoptix LiveScope™ System
PART NUMBER: 010-01864-00
Available 2nd Quarter 2018
£1,769.99


https://buy.garmin.com/en-GB/GB/p/591379
You still need a head unit and standard transducer Dave, that’s another £3k
1k for transducer £2,200 for 12" head unit. Still expensive but not 5k


https://m.pecheur.com/en/gb/buy-transdu ... #af=393329

http://www.cactusnav.com/garmin-gpsmap- ... 6hEALw_wcB

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Post by Neville Fickling » Wed Jun 13 2018 09:56

Like so many things will it be as good as the video? In this race to see better underwater it is really going to boil down to how much you can throw at improved technology? To some extent we are all "buying" the fish we want to catch. Where though does this end?

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Post by Danoutdoors » Wed Jun 13 2018 10:34

Think finders are as advanced as they need to be, the better it gets the more mystery of what’s down there gets taken away.

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Post by Ian Crook » Fri Jun 15 2018 10:36

People need to remember that the evolution of marine electronics in this sense revolve around US Tournament fishing, which pays out huge amounts of money. Efficiency is everything, Sonar by no means put fish in a feeding mood or guarantee you will catch them if they are.
Basically, you can use it to locate the fish you want to catch, the catching however is still invariably the hard part.

Let’s face it, outside of big money competition fishing, very few people will be investing the £7k or so required to get this level of setup

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Post by davelumb » Fri Jun 15 2018 10:51

Let’s face it, outside of big money competition fishing, very few people will be investing the £7k or so required to get this level of setup
I bet we could all name two who might. :grin:

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Post by Carlperkins » Fri Jun 15 2018 11:38

D D DERRRRRRRRR

TWATTERMOLE AND HIS FRIEND 😂
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Re: Panoptix LiveScope

Post by davelumb » Fri Jun 15 2018 11:45

Carlperkins wrote:
D D DERRRRRRRRR

TWATTERMOLE AND HIS FRIEND 😂
I think we have a winner!

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