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Garmin Thermal-Imaging and Low-Light Cameras

The low-light GCL 20 specializes in dawn, dusk and light-fog viewing.

May 3, 2012
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Garmin Thermal-Imaging and Low-Light Cameras

Garmin Thermal-Imaging and Low-Light Cameras

Garmin announced a new family of thermal-imaging and low-light cameras that pan, tilt and zoom, enhancing visibility any time of day. The low-light GCL 20 ($3,499.99) specializes in dawn, dusk and light-fog viewing. The thermal cameras — the high-resolution (640×480) GCT 30 and low-resolution (384×288) GCT 20 — help anglers see in total darkness. All three may be controlled from compatible Garmin plotters and come with NMEA 2000 connectivity. If a heading sensor is on board, the cameras can track objects like AIS targets selected on the chart or radar screen. GCT cameras cost $8,995.99 and $13,995.99. Call 913‑397‑8200 or visit www.garmin.com.

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