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AquaVu camera with IR for sale $ 199.00

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AquaVu underwater camera with IR (infrared) lights.

Used very little, bought it 2 years ago, has extra weight, daytime visor, battery etc.

Just lke ZT50 but camera doesn't have fish shape...

Works very well.

$ 199.00, and I can ship it free depending on location.

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Wish I had the money right now. That's a good price for this model of underwater camera.

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Do you have pic's of this unit?

fishermen4ever at aol dot com

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I don't, but check with Aqua-Vu web site, there's all the specs for it.

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It's still here.....

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valv-

do you have any pwc trailers or small similar trailers that would work on a 10' jon boat?

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How much cord with it 50' or 100', black and white or color screen, how big is the screen 4" or5" does it have the water temp, and depth of camera when in the water? what is the exact model# of the aqua view? would you be able to ship it to golden valley, or maple lake?

Thanks Lynn

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50ft cord, 4" B&W screen, no temp depth or directions. I can ship it with no problem, I actually don't know exact model.

I was at Cabelas bargain cave today and same camera was $ 295.00., a used perch style camera and cord only (no box, battery, etc.) was $ 212.00

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Dropped to $ 150.00 firm.

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I will take it for the $150.00, email me with where to send the money edfowler@netins.net.

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