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A few Lowrance HDS screenshots
« on: February 16, 2011, 10:49:02 PM »
All the electronics discussions over the last few days inspired me to go out to the garage and take a few photos of my HDS-5 in action as a chart plotter.  The camera made the images look a lot more grainy than the screen actually is, and the lighting wasn't too great.  Anyway, it gives some ideas.  I will paste a couple here, you can view them all in my gallery at:;su=user;cat=72;u=4

The built-in Nauticpath charts, showing the 2d image of a certain bean near Sequim...

The same area, using the Nauticpath's 3d function...

Using the Navionics Platinum chip for the Columbia, with the "Fish-n-Chips" detail, 3d image of a rather popular springer trolling lane...

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Re: A few Lowrance HDS screenshots
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2011, 08:33:04 AM »
WOW this just made me realize my c-card isn't working properly. :shrug9:.......... just got off the phone with Jepson and their sending me an update for my chart plotter to make it function properly...
I kinda sucespected something... thanks for posting your pics... :biggrin:

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Re: A few Lowrance HDS screenshots
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2011, 03:07:29 PM »
I want one!  :applause: alas, my junk selling needs to pick it up a bit for one of those, besides, I would never be able see anything on a 5", I would need the 8" or 10". I get seasick trying to look at a small screen out on the ocean :doh:
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