Bushnell ONIX 200CR

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Now you can navigate and plan your adventure using actual satellite images and aerial photography. The ONIX200CR is the only handheld GPS unit on the market that gives you this capability. Log on to our Web site, download an image to your GPS unit and it's instantly calibrated (georeferenced) to the satellites for navigation. Now, the landmarks around you are pictured in your palm. And our screen-layering feature creates the most user-friendly interface on the market. Combine this with our other exclusive features - SafeTrack battery-conservation mode and HOT button operation) - and you're holding an incredibly advanced piece of equipment that's also simple to use.Features and Specs:Layer a satellite photo, topo map, compass and all navigational aids on single screen with TruView Navigation 320 x 240 pixel full-color LCD screen 32MB of memory 128MB of SDRAM Downloads, displays and georeferences satellite photography SafeTrack battery-conservation mode Night Mode HOT button operation Basemap of the United States and Canada 20 channel SiRF GPS receiver WAAS enabled Stores up to 500 Waypoints, 20 Trails and 20 Routes Audible alarms Waterproof (IPX7 rated) and rugged construction Customizable user profiles Runs on two AA batteries (not included) USB port (cable included) Dimensions: 108mm (h) x 44mm (w) x 18mm (d).

- Campmor

Customizable user profiles give multiple users their favorite features on-demand. Equipped with a pre-loaded basemap of United States and Canada along with a catalog of major points of interest. Ergonomic design fits in palm of hand; rubberized casing is made for outdoor use and is waterproof to IPX7 standards (1m submersion for 30 min.). Fast USB connectivity makes loading imagery and maps quick and easy; interface cable included. Handy HOT button launches any GPS function regardless of what screen is currently selected saving time wading through menus. Heads-up compass display overlays map to provide an accurate, GPS-determined direction of travel. ONIX downloads, displays and georeferences satellite images and aerial photography to offer "real world" navigation cues. SafeTrack battery-saver mode disables display while constantly tracking satellites for up to 26 hours; audible alarm when you stray off course. Screen layering functionality puts all the information you need in one place, eliminating switching back and forth between screens. Strong SiRFstarIII chipset provides rapid satellite fix and position lock in narrow valleys, dense woodlands and urban jungles. The Bushnell ONIX 200CR GPS packs advanced features like satellite and aerial imaging into a simple, compact unit built for the backcountry. Vivid 320 x 240 pixel full-color LCD screen provides utmost in detail and realism. WAAS-enabled (Wide Area Augmentation System) 20-channel receiver delivers accuracy to within 10 feet in North America. With 32MB of internal memory, ONIX 200CR can store up to 500 waypoints and 20 separate routes as well as downloaded satellite and aerial maps.


Bushnell ONIX 200CR

previously retailed for:
$159.96 - $299.96

The Bushnell ONIX 200CR is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 6, 2010 at Campmor.

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