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Aqua-Vu Scout LX50

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I just ordered one of these this morning. Was wondering if anybody has any good/bad reviews on this camera. It was on sale so I figure I buy while it's cheap. Any info would be appreciated.

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I have one... love it... great unit for the money.

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I just bought one as well. Works well during the day. How well does yours work at night? Tried mine the other evening and I couldn't see anything. Tried all the front panel adjustments to no avail.

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Its not the best for night viewing.. I use mine only during the day. I use it for setting up.. to be sure I am on the right locations. Set up on a break line or trasition area, that kind of thing...

If you want to use it at night, I would suggest the new flood light that Aqua vu makes to attach to that camera.. they retail for like $20

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Were do you find that flood light for the Aqua vu???? Do they fit on all Aqua Vu camera??? Are they worth it??? An Info would be great... Thanks

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They are quite new, but should be found at many retailers... To be honest I havn't had the chance to use one yet... Its an LED flashlight, So I would assume its got to be better than infrared. However, in stained water, not much will help.

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