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Marcum VS 560 under water camera!!!!! SOLD

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Marcum VS 560. 3 years old, like new condition. Wireless remote control rotating 360 degree camera. Displays depth, camera direction, temperature, and battery status. Complete package with charger $300.00.

320-252-8551 ( St. Cloud area)

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I checked prices at the major outdoors stores and they are all at $600 fo a new VS 560. This one is in new condition for half the price.

The rotating camera really gives a complete field of view. When the pan fish scatter rotate the camera and see Toothy

before he hits your jig.

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DNP:

I'm with you, this is an incredibly price for a top-of-the-line unit. This past weekend we sold more VS560's than any other Marcum camera, even at the $599 level.

Joel

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DNP, any pics im very interested my email is rebel_2304@hotmail.com also im in moose lake, so it would have to be shipped?? where xactly are you??

thanks grin.gif

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stLOUISRVMAN,

Email sent 12:56 PM.

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Im also interested. Why are you selling the camera?? I was going to buy one tonight, but I could not get to the store in time.

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Where at from St Cloud any pics andyk@rrt.net

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We are planning a move south so I am selling my ice fishing gear.

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MNFAN, sorry no pics, my camera is on the fritz.(you can get a look at the same package at http://www.marcumtech.com/ )

we live between St Cloud and Clear Lake off Hwy 10.

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Nick ,

I sent you an email i am very interested!!!! please let me know

Thanks JEremy cool.gif

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do you stil have the camera?

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im sending out the money tomorrow for it so it is sold .... thanks

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Camera is sold.Thanks

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