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k44steph

Aqua Vu at night?

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k44steph

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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THEPROFESSIONAL

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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Kyle Sandberg

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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k44steph

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

Thanks,

K44steph

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shadow886

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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Neiko

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

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fishorgolf

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

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