Welcome to Dragonfly, superior fishing electronics made incredibly simple by Raymarine.
Find fish like a tournament pro with the Dragonfly 7PRO – the biggest and brightest Dragonfly. Simply the best imaging sonar, Dragonfly’s wide-spectrum CHIRP DownVision™ sonar delivers sharp, photo-like images, plus best-in-class fish targeting.
With advanced technologies including wide spectrum CHIRP DownVision™ and all weather optically bonded displays; Dragonfly sonars let you spend more time catching fish and less time looking for them.
THE DRAGONFLY DIFFERENCE
A leap into the future of sonar, Dragonfly sonar displays employ true wide-spectrum CHIRP technology. With wide-spectrum CHIRP more sonar signals are transmitted into the water, allowing Dragonfly to interpret more detail, target more fish, and image structure with unmatched clarity.
A BETTER VIEW
Each Dragonfly is engineered with optical bonding LCD display technology. Once only available on high end marine displays, Dragonfly’s all weather optically bonded displays deliver brighter colours, sharper contrast, and are guaranteed never to fog up.
The Dragonfly’s compact ball-and-socket mounting system makes installation simple. The mount is easy to upgrade to after market ball-and-socket mounting systems.
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Unlike conventional imaging sonars that transmit at a single frequency with each pulse, Dragonfly’s DownVision™ sonar uses CHIRP technology to transmit across a wide spectrum of sonar frequencies simultaneously – the result is much higher-resolution, life-like sonar images.
CHIRP DownVision™ – Simply The Best Imaging Sonar.
CHIRP DownVision™ will change your underwater view with incredibly clear, photo-like sonar images. Dragonfly’s CHIRP DownVision™ surpasses ordinary imaging sonars with superior deep water performance to 600ft (180m) and reliable high speed bottom tracking.
Dual-Channel CHIRP – See Structure and Target Fish.
CHIRP DownVision™ plus a CHIRP-powered fish targeting channel for conventional sonar imagery.