Here's some cool Boulders I captured last week. I really like to compare the Sonars in the 3 Way Split look at how well the 2D sonar shows the rocks and details of the rocks and do not "blow out" the 2D sonar Readings like some 2D systems. I love the SI but it's nice to use the 3 Way to learn all the same data is in the SI once you learn that you can use Full SI to learn even more about the images and use more screen to have larger data displayed and not waste screen space to display data that you don't need to use.
I did this snapshot yesterday to post on a follow up discussion on another web site to illustrate how the range setting is used to make stuff look larger. I had posted that same pile with the 50' range setting I usally use while fishing. Of course I had fished it from casting distance before passing over it for the shot and caught about a dozen small bass and got a few crappie hits with plastic worms before they stopped hitting.
From my bow unit with SI transducer on the trolling motor. Enhance Sharpness set to Low.
Last edited by Wayne P.; 09-17-2012 at 03:43 PM.
Helix 12 SI, ONIXCI 10 NT SI, 1198c SI, 1198cSI, bow 360, RC-1
1.350,--------2.700, -----------7.670, ----7.670------2.030
The photo of the foundation on Kentucy Lake is identical to something I have marked on Wheeler. The paper maps states that their are old house foundations "in the area" but some of the older fishermen around that I know fish it often tell me a coal barge sank there years ago? It looks IDENTICAL TO THE PHOTO, except mine is longer and it has a round "well" looking thing out beside the foundation like it may have been an old house and a well. Any ideas on what exactly you think it is DV?