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Old 03 November 2014, 04:23   #1
Country: UK - Scotland
Town: edinburgh
Boat name: wee gemz
Make: halmatic pacific p22
Length: 6m +
Engine: diesel
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stucturescan ect

i am brand new to lowrance ss d/scan
i have neen out took some images of a wreck and a big rock today
got them on the screen perfect recorded images
but when i open the files on the screen images are not as good as when went
over them
so took home and tried in laptop cant open files
is there a program that i need to open them
i will be doing something wrong can anyone advise please

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Old 03 November 2014, 10:29   #2
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Town: Oakland CA
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StructureScan || Log Sonar Data || Bytes allows you to set a max filesize for the stored image (I think - I haven't played with this yet.) This may be your resolution problem.

Not sure about using the files on an external viewer; I'll have to look into that. It does initially appear that they are some sort of proprietary format though.

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