Fish Finders Bottom Line Tournament 5100
Unbelievable pixel count in a s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-d screen fishfinder. To get the screen quality offered in the new Bottom Line Tournament 5100 fishfinder, one would expect to spend hundreds of dollars more. With 153,600 pixels arranged on the 25-square inch screen, the detail of each fish, rock, blade of grass and tree limb is distinctly displayed. It's kind of like having a big screen TV at your fingertips.
The Bottom Line Tournament 5100 is the perfect bow mount fishfinder. The wide 6.8-inch (480 pixels) by 3.7-inch (320 pixels) screen offers unbelievable clarity. Surface water temperature and water depth in either feet or meters are digitally displayed. Six function keys allow the angler to use the Tournament 5100 in its standard factory setting mode or customize the unit to fit changing conditions and situations. Full screen updates are immediate on the Tournament 5100. No longer does the angler have to momentarily wait for the fishfinder to update the screen with new data. Screen redraws show sudden depth changes as they happen without delay.
Night fishing just got easier with Bottom Line's white LED back-lighting. Unsurpassed screen clarity is available on the Tournament 5100 anytime of the day or night. An optional feature for the Tournament 5100 is boat speed with the purchase of the speed sensor. Standard features include a split screen capability for zoom and bottom track and large status display numbers for easy reading even with the boat under power. Also standard on the Tournament 5100 are battery voltage meter, automatic operation, adjustable night light, built-in simulator, screen contrast adjustment, automatic gain control, audible fish alarm and much more. Fish located on the multi-level Fish D'Tect are identified for depth.
Overall dimensions of the saltwater-protected case are 9.75 inches by 7.75 inches by 4.25 inches. The Tournament 5100, like all Bottom Line products, carries a one-year full warranty and a limited lifetime service policy.
The split-screen feature of the Tournament 5100 gives you the normal view on the right, while a zoom display on the left clearly separates fish from the bottom of the lake.
Bottom Line, the technological leader in sonars, is a product by Computrol, Inc. of Meridian, Idaho. For more information on the Tournament 5100 or other Bottom Line products, write Computrol at 499 East Corporate Drive, Meridian, Idaho 83642, or call (208) 846-9000.
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