Humminbird launches an exclusive sonar accessory that gives anglers detailed 360 degree underwater views.

Humminbird’s 360 Imaging provides a complete around-the-boat, underwater image with the same sharp detail as its Side Imaging technology. With a single sweep, 360 Imaging has the ability to cover a 300-foot diameter circle (70,685 square feet).

“Think of the advantage a tournament angler will have being able to see what’s in front of the boat without spooking the fish,” said Jeff Kolodzinski, brand manager at Humminbird. “Also, for the first time ever, an angler can have their boat in a stationary position and receive updated underwater images from around the entire boat. They could even see bait balls or fish swimming by.”

Anglers have numerous options when viewing 360 Imaging. They can view the entire circle or break it down in segments. For instance, they can select just to see what’s in front, back or either side. Split screen viewing is also available so the image can be displayed with a chart or traditional SwitchFire Sonar.

“For competitive anglers especially, getting the best image possible of fish location is critical,” said Kolodzinski. “With 360 Imaging, anglers now have a whole new world opened up for them. Anglers have been asking for this kind of technology for years and now they finally have it.”

The 360 Imaging accessory includes a Transducer Deployment System (TDS) that attaches to the boat transom or jackplate. TDS lowers the transducer below the bottom of the boat and outboard to ensure an unobstructed underwater view. For the sharpest images, 360 Imaging can be used when stationary or trolling up to 7 miles per hour.

This sonar accessory is exclusively compatible with current Humminbird Side Imaging-equipped models that are Ethernet-capable. Retail price of Humminbird’s 360 Imaging is $1,999.

Here are some other key features of Humminbird’s 360 Imaging accessory:

• Ability to mark waypoints anywhere on the 360 Imaging screen
• An audio alert is given when the boat nears a waypoint within casting range
• Capable of recording video and screen captures
• Eight color palettes
• Four sonar speed settings
• Specific area can be selected and zoomed in on

For more information, visit www.humminbird.com.

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