Garmin Birdseye Satellite Imagery - One Year Subscription

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BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription allows you to transfer an unlimited amount of high-resolution satellite images to your Garmin handheld device.


Garmin BirdsEye Satellite Imagery allows you to transfer an unlimited number of high-resolution satellite and aerial images to your compatible GPS via the Garmin BaseCamp application. Annual subscription card provides access to geo-referenced images of buildings, roads, trails and other land features for a true representation of your surroundings. With zoom levels from 12 miles to 20 ft. and up to 0.5m-per-pixel resolution, BirdsEye Satellite Imagery offers brilliant clarity and an incredibly detailed, accurate view. Easily locate landmarks, trails, trailheads, parking, camping areas and clearings. Coverage areas and image quality are continuously updated and made available during the subscription period. BirdsEye Satellite Imagery can be overlaid with TOPO U.S. 24K or 100K, BlueChart, Inland Lakes and City Navigator NT mapping (sold separately). Subscription lasts 1 year from activation date and requires BaseCamp(TM) software, available via free download at Garmin BirdsEye Satellite Imagery annual subscription card may only be used for 1 compatible device; please purchase additional subscriptions for additional devices. Compatible with PC and Mac.


Garmin Birdseye Satellite Imagery - One Year Subscription


The Garmin Birdseye Satellite Imagery - One Year Subscription is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 27, 2012 at EMS.

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