New upgrades, great value highlight in the hand-sized Aqua-Vu® micro 4.3 Stealth
Crosslake, MN (June 21, 2018) – Now nearly eight years ago—about the time Apple® unveiled its fourth iPhone—fishing’s first handheld underwater viewer landed in anglers’ hands. The original Aqua-Vu micro Underwater Viewing System opened the lines of communication between humans and fish. More to the point, the pocket-sized camera showed anglers exactly what was happening beneath the surface, live. Valuable visuals like bass or crappies buried in cover appeared clearly on the Aqua-Vu screen, yet still aren’t easily discernable with sonar.
On the eve of the fishing industry’s ICAST show, Aqua-Vu is set to unleash its most affordable, portable underwater camera yet: the micro 4.3 Stealth. Merging major value and dynamic underwater video, the handheld micro Stealth offers nice upgrades without boosting price.
“The viewscreen on the micro 4.3 Stealth screen is noticeably brighter and sharper than our previous entry-level underwater camera,” says Aqua-Vu president Ben Gibbs. “For under $250, anglers can be studying the underwater layout of their lake— and the whole system fits right in their tackle box and in the palm of their hand.”
Beyond the LCD itself, which expanded from 3.5- to 4.3-inches, Gibbs notes multiple system upgrades. The camera optics received a substantial boost in resolution, providing greater detail and picture quality, amplifying discernment of vegetation, fish and baitfish down to identification…