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Fishing Cam

11 March, 2004 9:23 PM

fishingcam.jpgHave you ever wondered what is going on under the water when you're fishing? Are there fish down there? What are they doing? This little camera sends the info back up to you in the boat.

'Highly water resistant and pressure resistant as Fishing-CAM camera(a product equipped with LED or infrared ray device to regular CCD/CMOS camera) goes through molding process during manufacture.

The encased Fishing-CAM camera is attached to the sinker part of fishing rod. With Fishing-CAM camera, you do not need to dive underwater to see the scenes below! '

Not only do you get to see what is going on under the surface live on the fishcam moniter (or on your mobile phone) but you can record on video what you see at that moment when the fish bites to be edited later into an amazing fishing video. What a fun gadget!



Does it send the vision back to a recorder above water? I would hope so. That way you would be able to show your friends the precise moment when the big fish came up, bit the line off and turned your expensive gadget into a barnacle collector on the ocean floor.

Rodney Olsen » 11 March, 2004 10:36 PM

I guess you could test it out on the dog...

Tim » 11 March, 2004 10:51 PM

i wonder if we could use this in church as a baptismcam - underwater shots of the people going under on the video projector so the whole congregation can be in there with the person....hehe

Darren Rowse » 12 March, 2004 8:40 AM

Darren, LOL, that's funny.

I'm wondering whether the pictures are decent quality. Could you shoot good quality still pictures with this cam also? Is the price ok?

swan » 12 March, 2004 12:22 PM

You could use it to see if that expensive piece of jewellery you lost is just beyond the S-Bend.

Rodney Olsen » 14 March, 2004 7:22 PM

I have one of the fishing cams and am doing testing on it. Well made and it works. The camera is above the lure and out of danger of being lost. Pictures good quality.

s olson » 25 January, 2005 10:19 AM

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