MarCum Mission SD Underwater Viewing System

$449.99

The Mission SD combines MarCum’s exclusive relative direction, depth, and temperature readings of the camera with an enhanced optics system. With seventy-five feet of cable and our exclusive H2D Solar Intelligent Display, the Mission SD delivers an underwater camera system designed for Total System Performance.

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The Mission SD combines MarCum’s exclusive relative direction, depth, and temperature readings of the camera with an enhanced optics system. With seventy-five feet of cable and our exclusive H2D Solar Intelligent Display, the Mission SD delivers an underwater camera system designed for Total System Performance.A 7-inch, 800 x 480, High resolution flat panel LCD delivers superior screen detail. Solar Intelligent Technology offers 100% daylight view-ability. Color Kill Technology affords the best possible image in color and black and white. On-Screen Display Technology delivers critical information on the monitor: Relative Direction, Temp, Depth, and Battery Status. Relative direction On-screen arrow indicator displays the direction that the camera is pointing.

Camera features & Specifications

 

MODEL NO. MSD
DISPLAY 7″ Widescreen Flat Panel
Hi-Res Color LCD
Resolution 800 x 480 Pixels
Camera CMOS Sensor
Dark Water LED Lighting
90° Field of View
Color Kill
Cable 75 ft. Camera Cable
On Screen Display Depth of Camera
Camera Direction
Water Temperature
Battery Status
Additional Features Adjustable Brightness, Contrast, and Sharpness
Switchable Color & B/W
RCA Video Out
Snow/Sun shield
Camera & Cable Storage

Weights & Dims

PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS 10″ x 10″ x 7.5″
WEIGHT 11.2 lbs.

Accessories Included

BATTERY Rechargeable 12-volt 9-amp SLA Battery
CHARGER 3-Stage Automatic Charger
STORAGE Deluxe Padded Red Soft Pack
ACCESSORIES Snow/Sun Shield
Down-view Stabilizer Fin
WARRANTY One Year System Warranty

Manual for the MarCum Mission SD Underwater Viewing System
Download for Free! Click on link Mission SD Manual

Manuel en français pour le système MarCum Mission SD Observation Sousmarine
Télécharger gratuitement! Cliquez sur le lien Mission SD Manuel en Français

Warnings

  • Do not immerse the battery in water or sea water. Keep the battery in a cool dry place when not in use.
  • Do not use or leave the battery near a heat source (i.e. heater, furnace, fire).
  • Use the battery charger only as directed when recharging.
  • Do not reverse the positive and negative terminals on the battery connections.
  • Do not discard the battery in a fire, furnace, or other combustible space.
  • Do not connect the battery directly to an electrical outlet.
  • Do not short –circuit the battery by directly connecting the positive and negative terminals with metal objects.
  • Do not directly solder the battery or pierce the battery with a nail or other sharp objects.
  • If the battery gives off an odor, generates heat, becomes discolored or in any way appears abnormal during use, or while charging or discharging, immediately stop using it.
  • If the battery leaks and the battery contents (electrolyte) gets into an eye, do not rub the eye. Instead, flush the eye(s) with clean water and immediately seek medical attention or it may result in injury to the eye(s).
  • Do not use the battery in a location where static electricity or magnetic fields are great or it may result in damage to the battery safety devices.
  • Do not leave the battery in high temperatures (i.e. in direct sunlight or in a vehicle in extremely hot weather) or it may overheat, and its performance will be degraded, and service life decreased.
  • Tape the battery terminals prior to disposal to insulate them as discarded batteries may cause fire or explosion.
  • Follow manufacturers instructions.

The Weight is Over

Marcum Technologies, the undisputed leader in ice-fishing-specific sonar, takes tech to the next level. Their long-held principle is that features are useless unless they help an angler catch fish, and that can be seen throughout decades of innovation. Patented technology like moveable zoom that led to angler’s ability to target fish anywhere in the water column was the first ping heard round the world among the ice sonar community. They followed it up with additional advancements to help distinguish echoes from noise in an interference rejection system so advanced, it’s also patented.

Top New Ice Fishing Sonar for 2020

Marcum Technologies is a company built upon the sport of ice-fishing, bringing forth patented technology and exclusive features unprecedented in ice electronics. Though at MarCum, our mantra is that features for feature’s sake are worthless unless they put more fish on ice. For the last 20 years, MarCum has brought the bulk of fish-catching invention to the ice market, with a long list of patents, sonar-firsts, and innovations immediately copied by the rest of the industry. MarCum units are hand-built, one at a time, from a blank circuit board on up. All of those advancements have happened right here in the heart of the ice belt, meaning all Marcum sonars are American-made. Below is a list of this year’s systems, and what make them each the top-performing sonar in their respective classes.

LITHIUM FLASHERS FOR LESS, COMPLETE WITH CASH-BACK

From MarCum Technologies, the industry champion in ice electronics that serve the angler first, comes a new riff on established innovations. MarCum’s engineering feats have led the sonar space for decades, with a healthy list of patents to prove it. From Interference Rejection (IR) to moveable zoom, our advancements are translated to more fish on ice. A recent improvement comes in the form of a patented “light pipe” – a brushless system that provides razor-thin target returns that give anglers the ultimate in resolution and fish-catching clarity.

Sonar Plus Camera – Ice’s Dealiest 1 – 2 Punch

It could be the most common question found on internet forums, Facebook groups, and among the freshman class of ice’s newest anglers – “Sonar or camera?” Sounds like a simple question. Multiple choice even. The answer has always been straight-forward too, with most experienced anglers leaning towards a sonar first, then purchasing a camera to eventually fill in the knowledge gaps as needed depending upon their species of interest.

The Mission SD combines MarCum’s exclusive relative direction, depth, and temperature readings of the camera with an enhanced optics system. With seventy-five feet of cable and our exclusive H2D Solar Intelligent Display, the Mission SD delivers an underwater camera system designed for Total System Performance.A 7-inch, 800 x 480, High resolution flat panel LCD delivers superior screen detail. Solar Intelligent Technology offers 100% daylight view-ability. Color Kill Technology affords the best possible image in color and black and white. On-Screen Display Technology delivers critical information on the monitor: Relative Direction, Temp, Depth, and Battery Status. Relative direction On-screen arrow indicator displays the direction that the camera is pointing.

Camera features & Specifications

 

MODEL NO. MSD
DISPLAY 7″ Widescreen Flat Panel
Hi-Res Color LCD
Resolution 800 x 480 Pixels
Camera CMOS Sensor
Dark Water LED Lighting
90° Field of View
Color Kill
Cable 75 ft. Camera Cable
On Screen Display Depth of Camera
Camera Direction
Water Temperature
Battery Status
Additional Features Adjustable Brightness, Contrast, and Sharpness
Switchable Color & B/W
RCA Video Out
Snow/Sun shield
Camera & Cable Storage

Weights & Dims

PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS 10″ x 10″ x 7.5″
WEIGHT 11.2 lbs.

Accessories Included

BATTERY Rechargeable 12-volt 9-amp SLA Battery
CHARGER 3-Stage Automatic Charger
STORAGE Deluxe Padded Red Soft Pack
ACCESSORIES Snow/Sun Shield
Down-view Stabilizer Fin
WARRANTY One Year System Warranty

Manual for the MarCum Mission SD Underwater Viewing System
Download for Free! Click on link Mission SD Manual

Manuel en français pour le système MarCum Mission SD Observation Sousmarine
Télécharger gratuitement! Cliquez sur le lien Mission SD Manuel en Français

Warnings

  • Do not immerse the battery in water or sea water. Keep the battery in a cool dry place when not in use.
  • Do not use or leave the battery near a heat source (i.e. heater, furnace, fire).
  • Use the battery charger only as directed when recharging.
  • Do not reverse the positive and negative terminals on the battery connections.
  • Do not discard the battery in a fire, furnace, or other combustible space.
  • Do not connect the battery directly to an electrical outlet.
  • Do not short –circuit the battery by directly connecting the positive and negative terminals with metal objects.
  • Do not directly solder the battery or pierce the battery with a nail or other sharp objects.
  • If the battery gives off an odor, generates heat, becomes discolored or in any way appears abnormal during use, or while charging or discharging, immediately stop using it.
  • If the battery leaks and the battery contents (electrolyte) gets into an eye, do not rub the eye. Instead, flush the eye(s) with clean water and immediately seek medical attention or it may result in injury to the eye(s).
  • Do not use the battery in a location where static electricity or magnetic fields are great or it may result in damage to the battery safety devices.
  • Do not leave the battery in high temperatures (i.e. in direct sunlight or in a vehicle in extremely hot weather) or it may overheat, and its performance will be degraded, and service life decreased.
  • Tape the battery terminals prior to disposal to insulate them as discarded batteries may cause fire or explosion.
  • Follow manufacturers instructions.

The Weight is Over

Marcum Technologies, the undisputed leader in ice-fishing-specific sonar, takes tech to the next level. Their long-held principle is that features are useless unless they help an angler catch fish, and that can be seen throughout decades of innovation. Patented technology like moveable zoom that led to angler’s ability to target fish anywhere in the water column was the first ping heard round the world among the ice sonar community. They followed it up with additional advancements to help distinguish echoes from noise in an interference rejection system so advanced, it’s also patented.

Top New Ice Fishing Sonar for 2020

Marcum Technologies is a company built upon the sport of ice-fishing, bringing forth patented technology and exclusive features unprecedented in ice electronics. Though at MarCum, our mantra is that features for feature’s sake are worthless unless they put more fish on ice. For the last 20 years, MarCum has brought the bulk of fish-catching invention to the ice market, with a long list of patents, sonar-firsts, and innovations immediately copied by the rest of the industry. MarCum units are hand-built, one at a time, from a blank circuit board on up. All of those advancements have happened right here in the heart of the ice belt, meaning all Marcum sonars are American-made. Below is a list of this year’s systems, and what make them each the top-performing sonar in their respective classes.

LITHIUM FLASHERS FOR LESS, COMPLETE WITH CASH-BACK

From MarCum Technologies, the industry champion in ice electronics that serve the angler first, comes a new riff on established innovations. MarCum’s engineering feats have led the sonar space for decades, with a healthy list of patents to prove it. From Interference Rejection (IR) to moveable zoom, our advancements are translated to more fish on ice. A recent improvement comes in the form of a patented “light pipe” – a brushless system that provides razor-thin target returns that give anglers the ultimate in resolution and fish-catching clarity.

Sonar Plus Camera – Ice’s Dealiest 1 – 2 Punch

It could be the most common question found on internet forums, Facebook groups, and among the freshman class of ice’s newest anglers – “Sonar or camera?” Sounds like a simple question. Multiple choice even. The answer has always been straight-forward too, with most experienced anglers leaning towards a sonar first, then purchasing a camera to eventually fill in the knowledge gaps as needed depending upon their species of interest.