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Is $200 a good deal on of these cameras?
I know that the 460/560 are the cream of the crop.. but I am not in a position to to shell out $500 or more for a new one...

I do not currently have a camera so any help will be greatly apreciated...

Is it a useful tool to help you catch/watch/study fish?

What are the limitations of this camera?

Should I just save my money and buy a 460/560 when I can afford it (next fall)?

Thanks guys....

If it was so easy to catch fish.... they'd call it catching and not fishing

[This message has been edited by BMAT43 (edited 01-28-2004).]

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$200 for an OVS500, thats a great deal! I've used the OVS500 many times and its a very nice camera. The OVS560 and the OVS500 will both get the job done. If the OVS500 is in good shape and you can pick it up for $200 then go for it! You won't be dissapointed.

If you want to check out the OVS underwater cameras in detail check out this link:

OVS Underwater Cameras

Good Fishin,
Matt Johnson

First Choice Guide Service

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Catch-N Tackle and Bio Bait
Stone Legacy

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