Fish TV Opens Up the Underwater World for All Anglers

Nature
Vision, Inc. recently introduced a new underwater video camera. A totally
self-contained, fully-assembled underwater viewing system, Fish TV includes a
waterproof video camera and CRT monitor. In addition to the unit’s compact size
and ease of use, the $99 price tag promises to introduce a whole new generation
of water-sport enthusiasts to the enjoyment and learning of underwater viewing.

“Observing
the aquatic environment and its many forms of life adds an entirely new
dimension to the sport of fishing,” says Nature Vision president and CEO,
Jeff Zernov. “It’s a natural for any angler curious about the fish they
chase. Fish TV is the most affordable means to satisfy this curiosity. So many
fishing families, especially those with kids, are fascinated by the idea of
underwater viewing, and now they can afford to do so. We think that’s pretty
exciting.”

As Nature
Vision’s latest entry into the marine electronics market, Fish TV becomes the
most affordable underwater camera available. The system includes a 5-inch black
and white monitor with adjustable contrast and brightness, and a sunshield. The
submersible underwater camera is actually shaped like a fish to minimize
spooking, and includes built-in adjustable infrared lighting for low light
viewing. Fifty-feet of camera cable allows users to easily probe the depths.
Fish TV can be powered by ten regular C size batteries, or any external 12-volt
battery via the auxiliary power cord included in the box.

Finally,
with a camera cable wrap/carrying handle mounted atop the monitor, the entire
system is scarcely larger than an ice cream box.

Nature
Vision, Inc., a publicly held corporation headquartered in

Brainerd,
Minnesota,
created Aqua-Vu, the first self-contained underwater viewing system in 1997.
Founded by President/CEO Jeff Zernov, Nature Vision continues to reinvent the
outdoor experience.