Lowrance Elite 4x HDI Fish Finder Review
A fish finder is a device that allows one to see fish and structures that he or she wouldn’t have been able to see otherwise. Therefore, it’s no surprise that fish finders are popular among avid anglers. The Lowrance Elite-4x HDI is one of the many fish finders available for purchase on the market. Due to its advanced technology and relatively low price, the Lowrance Elite-4x HDI is definitely a fish finder unit to consider.
The Lowrance Elite-4x HDI’s screen is an LCD; therefore, this fish finder is guaranteed to produce sharp, bright images. Unlike many fish finders, which have black-and-white displays, the Lowrance Elite-4x HDI’s display produces color images. More specifically, the display type of the Lowrance Elite-4x HDI is 16-bit color TFT. The resolution of this fish finder’s display is 480 x 272 pixels, which is rather high for a 4.3-inch display.
The Broadband Sounder works in shallower waters by cutting through the water column’s clutter and presenting a clear image of both fish and structures in the water, along with the marine terrain. It’s no wonder why the readings of the Lowrance Elite-4x HDI are so detailed and crisp. The best thing about the Broadband Sounder is that, even in the most challenging conditions, it allows you to see the whole water column. When it comes to the sonars of most other fish finders, excellent shallow-water imaging ends up negatively affecting the clearness of the deep sounding returns. Another unique feature of the Broadband Sounder is the target separation. Have you ever wanted your fish finder to focus on one individual fish? Well, the Broadband Sounder allows you to do just that, even if the fish happens to be swimming through sea grasses or near rocks and reefs.