Aqua-Vu’s Ten Inch Screen is Here

Aqua-Vu HDi Underwater Cameras set gold standards in clarity, versatility & low light viewing Ice fishing leader Brian “Bro” Brosdahl sees things just a little differently. But if you ask Bro himself, he’ll tell you absolutely, what he sees below the ice and how he views the fish themselves makes all the difference in the world. “Through the big beautiful HD screen, my clients and I had so much fun watching perch, big bluegills, walleyes and everything else swimming down below. Each new Aqua-Vu — HD10i Pro, HD10i, HD7i Pro and HD7i — features an advanced, reconfigured XD Camera Housing. I’ve never seen a camera capable of clarifying those conditions.” Connected to a 7- or 10-inch color LCD, these high definition camera systems include 75 or 125 feet of rugged cable and integrated, adjustable infrared lighting. The new XD Camera Housing allows for instant fin and accessory changes. “But these HD systems take things underwater to whole new levels of awesome. How can you beat that?” Available at major outdoor retailers in early winter, the new Aqua-Vu HDi Underwater Viewing Systems come with everything you need to find and study the fish you seek — all in spectacular HD color and clarity. Inventive ice angler and guide Brian Brosdahl says anglers can learn a lot by watching fish bite on the HD screen. Creator of Aqua-Vu, the original Underwater Viewing System, Outdoors Insight, Inc. has led the underwater camera category in design, innovation and quality since 1997.

Aqua-Vu HDi Underwater Cameras set gold standards in clarity, versatility & low light viewing

Ice fishing leader Brian “Bro” Brosdahl sees things just a little differently. Like the deadeye sharpshooter or the saltwater flats guide who always spots shallow water bonefish first. Some say it’s the key to Bro’s legendary status—the hardwater MVP who’s always got a trick up his sleeve, a hot little lake no one’s discovered, or some super secret lure.

But if you ask Bro himself, he’ll tell you absolutely, what he sees below the ice and how he views the fish themselves makes all the difference in the world. “Last winter was an absolute blast,” exclaimed the ever-admired fishing guide. “Through the big beautiful HD screen, my clients and I had so much fun watching perch, big bluegills, walleyes and everything else swimming down below. Learned a ton, too.”

Aqua-Vu HD10i PRO

Bro recalls buying one of the first underwater cameras ever built — an Aqua-Vu — over twenty years ago. “It was incredible seeing for the first time ever what was actually happening beneath the surface. I’ve used a camera every year since. Gotta tell you, though, when Aqua-Vu put one of their new HDi systems in my hands last winter it was like the first time I watched an IMax movie — total wow factor. The underwater images were incredibly bright and colorful. In clear water, the HD10i screen looked like something out of National Geographic — blue-green water and vivid, lively fish. Man, I could even see all the little underwater details: flecks of glow paint on my spoon, greens, reds and browns in leafy vegetation. Even the eyeballs on crayfish stared right back at you.”

New for the 2017-18 ice fishing season, Aqua-Vu designed four high-definition underwater viewing systems. Brosdahl’s aforementioned HD10i Pro features a 10-inch LCD — the largest camera screen available, paired with high-definition underwater optics. Each new Aqua-Vu — HD10i Pro, HD10i, HD7i Pro and HD7i — features an advanced, reconfigured XD Camera Housing. The versatile new camera allows the user to instantly connect any number of XD accessories via…

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