GoFish Cam Fishing Camera | Full HD Go Fish Cam Fishing Camera
The GoFish Cam fishing camera is a wireless underwater fishing camera that sits on your fishing line and works with a mobile app. Fisherman can capture action-packed footage recorder onto a microSD Card (not included), gain insight into the underwater fishing experience, review and edit awesome video content that can be shared on social media.
GoFish Cam which is essentially an action camera such as a GoPro but designed just for fishing. Suitable for both freshwater and saltwater it is made for all fishing styles including cast and retrieve, trolling, bottom fishing and float fishing. No need for waterproof Go Pro housings with the GoFish Cam and you have a far more streamlined product in the water.
Records in top quality HD, has night vision, can be used in up to 150M (~500 Feet) of depth, and has built in WiFi to easily connect with your Android or iOS mobile device.
Downloadable app from Apple's App or the Google Play App stores allow you to share the underwater fishing experience with your friends and family. The strike, the fight, it's all right there. Anglers can easily review, edit, and quickly share footage every time they reel in.
Supports 1000 lbs tension
Tough military standard armor casing
Green LED night vision
500 Feet/150M Depth Rating
Three Record Modes: 1080p HD @ 60 FPS, 30FPS and 720 @ 60 FPS
Anti-wobble stability fins
Compatible with MicroSD cards up to 64GB. NO microSD is included
Weight - 94g
Dimensions - 11cm x 2.8cm x 2.8cm (4 inch long by 1 inch diameter)
Battery Type - Li-Ion rechargeable battery
Battery Recharge Time - 1.5hrs
1.5hrs @ 1080, 60FPS
2hrs @ 1080, 30FPS
2.5-3hrs @ 720, 60FPS *note* Wifi will lessen battery life
No matter what you call it, tow cam, fish cam, troll cam, GoFish Cam is great as a trolling camera to add to your game fishing tackle collection, or when trolling for trout, kingfish or any other species. Makes a fantastic gift for Father's Day, Birthday, Christmas present or any other special occasion for someone that is a keen game fisherman or similar.
When properly rigged, you’ll likely get your GoFish Cam fishing camera back even if the line breaks. The key is to make sure the line breaks below the camera. Tie the camera between a heavier main line and a lighter leader line. The main line should be at least twice the weight of the leader line to make sure the leader line snaps first.