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Capture the outdoors in picture-perfect detail
Feature rich, innovative and affordable, the eXplorist 610 has it all: high sensitivity GPS, easy to read maps, accurate navigation, experience recording, compass and barometric altimeter.
The integrated 3.2 mega-pixel camera, microphone and speaker enable outdoor enthusiasts to record geo-tagged pictures, voice notes and video footage. Combined with a GPS track log, the eXplorist 610 allows you to create a complete geographic and multimedia record of each outdoor adventure. Relive the journey on the device, on your computer, or share with others on your favourite social network!
The on-board Quick Calibrate 3-axis Electronic Compass with Tilt Compensation means that whichever direction your travels take you, you’ll know exactly where you’re heading!
A Barometric altimeter provides truly accurate elevation readings and gives weather tracking, so you can roll with the highs and lows.
With preloaded ‘Summit Series Europe’, the eXplorist 610 includes detailed road, rivers and contour topographic maps. Create waypoints, record tracks, and route from point to point. Plus, download up to 10,000 paperless geocache GPX files.
Powered by two AA batteries (included), the device will last up to 16 hours using standard batteries, or up to 30 hours with Energizer Lithium. The eXplorist 610 captures your outdoor life in picture-perfect detail.
Boating is much more than navigating from A to B, and Navionics is much more than award winning cartography. In fact, Navionics is a world of products that enhance your enjoyment — on and off your boat. Whether you are contemplating your next outing or you are happily underway, Navionics works together with your plotter, iPad, smartphone or PC to facilitate planning, checking charts, viewing weather, and sharing your experiences with family and friends. Navionics is about having fun! Enjoy Navionics . . . Anytime, Anywhere.
GPS and Sensors
Mapping and Navigation
User Generated Content
Interface and Communications