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Aqua Vu at night?

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Any suggestions on how to be able to see at night with a camera or is it just not possible? Thanks.

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buy a marcum, they work great at night. I can see as far as i can at night as i can at day with the unit. Otherwise I am up for ideas too.

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Aqua Vu has the new lights out for their cameras. Attaches to the side so they aren't right next to the lens. They look good but I've never used them.

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I have heard that but don't know where to find them. I have been looking with no luck. Any ideas?

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K44steph

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go to naturevisioninc.com you can find them under accessories.

BUT dnr book says, " you my not use artifical light to attract fish."

call them 1-888-minn dnr (to double check what I said_

Now, these lights for the camera could be ok, but walleye's don't like light in there eyes, They Run from the light.

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TheProfessional, what Marcum do you have? Do you have the Darkwater type camera?

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Same question. Is this the new DT-7 with the new night lighting system of the the standard one.

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