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Old 05-30-2007, 01:25 AM
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Other then the Standard Horizon, anyone know of any GPS's with video inputs to add cameras?
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Old 05-30-2007, 01:29 AM
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look at the garmins, i saw them at west marine. i think they have multiple video inputs
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Lowrance has them their units also have Ethernet capabilities, I just upgraded to the 7300C HD...good prices at www.boatersland.com they are great units and half the price of garmin
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The best units I have seen are the Ray Marine. There E series units combine GPS Chart Plotter, Radar, Camera's around the vessel, TV, and also guage monitering. They are awsome machines. I have one myself...
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Just did a garmin on a sonic. 2 cameras in the engine room. it was like a 10" screen and you could split the screen , worked out nice. Have the box at the shop but forget the # now though I know it was last years model. Harness was included for video inputs. I just saw the new garmins with the 3d chart plot and weather overlay. Incredable!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Guidance was easy to set up.
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I just installed a Garmin 3210c on my Bertram. It's an awsome unit with multiple video connections and live XM nexrad weather.
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I use Northstar 6000I You can also hook your dvd player and use it for movies
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I've got the Northstar 6000i with the Smartcraft interface. It has video inputs and split screen.
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I just installed a Garmin 3210c on my Bertram. It's an awsome unit with multiple video connections and live XM nexrad weather.
What cameras do you use with these?
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I'm planning an upgrade to a Garmin 4212 with the weather overlay and video inputs (DVD) soon. Can't see the extra $$ for the touch-screen 5212. I've owned a 2010C for four years and love it. Garmins are very intuitive to learn and use.
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