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Atlantis camera

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Northland Sportsman

I just picked up an Atlatis underwater camera at a pawn shop. I haven't seen them before but looked them up on the internet and they seemed to be a good product from what I could tell. I haven't had it out on the ice yet. I was wondering if anybody else has this type of underwater camera and how they like it. Thanks in advance for any info or opinions.

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danny berg

Northland Sportsman,

This is the second season with mine, basically a good camera to see what is on the bottom,what kind of structure you are on, or to watch fish take your bait. That is all I wanted in a camera. This is not a good camera for night time or very low light conditions.

All in all I am happy with what I got, I can record on a VCR, or I can hook up to a small 13" TV and watch what is happening under my fishhouse. Nothing like seeing a big ol' musky come up to your camera and stare you down.....

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Chris-Neises

I have had mine for a couple of years and I wouldn't trade it for the other units. I'm thinking about adding another camera to the unit since it has places for two.

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