Raymarine’s new Dragonfly7 multi-function display (MFD) combines all the award-winning technology and versatility of the original game-changing Dragonfly with a bigger, brighter and even better widescreen display.
“With Dragonfly7, Kiwi boaties and fishers can experience true Raymarine Visionality™ on a compact but really easy-to-view big widescreen MFD display, complete with photo realistic sonar imagery and unmatched fish targeting,” says Mark Milburn, CEO of Raymarine’s New Zealand distributor Lusty and Blundell Ltd.
“Dragonfly7’s unique screen boasts a super-bright, best-in-class 7″ 1500 nit display and optical bonding.
“In layman’s terms, that means the absolute best combination of colour and contrast, regardless of the conditions. It simply doesn’t matter if Dragonfly7 is viewed in direct, bright sunlight; in a mixture of sunlight and deep shadow; or outside on an overcast day with heaps of glare — Dragonfly7 will always deliver crystal clear, super bright and realistic colour images.”
Coinciding with Dragonfly7’s release, Raymarine has also unveiled the latest version of Lighthouse the company’s popular, versatile and user-friendly software interface. Lighthouse II, which comes standard with Dragonfly7 and which can also be uploaded free onto all existing Dragonfly models, includes a number of very special enhancements and new features.
“Perhaps the most exciting of these is that Lighthouse II will enable both Dragonfly6 and Dragonfly7 to use Navionics bathymetric charts,” says Mark Milburn. “This is a very exciting upgrade and will really appeal to those who love their fishing.”
Dragonfly7 also retains all of the special fishing features that have made it so popular, both in New Zealand and around the world.
These include photo-like images of bottom structure thanks to CHIRP DownVision™ and CHIRP-powered dual channel sonar which allows users to see high resolution CHIRP DownVision structure images at the same time they are targeting fish using Raymarine’s award-winning sonar.
Dragonfly7 also comes complete with the perfectly matched CPT-60 transom mount dual beam CHIRP transducer, support for Raymarine’s new LightHouse vector and raster charts and Raymarine’s built in 50-channel GPS sensor and famed fast-acquisition technology.
Dragonfly7 will be available nationwide through Lusty and Blundell’s network of leading marine dealers from early April and will also be on show on the Lusty and Blundell stand at the Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show in Auckland in May.
For more information, please contact:
Lusty and Blundell Ltd
Phone: (09) 415-8303.