Raymarine LightHouse and CP100 Update: First Look Video

New electronics always show up at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, and this year, Raymarine showcased the latest LightHouse software and the CP100 sonar.

26th November 2013.
By Lenny Rudow

Raymarine has some interesting news for this year, as boats.com senior editor Lenny Rudow discovered at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, when the LightHouse software update was announced along with the CP100. The LightHouse update includes a lot of advancements, including new color palettes, menus, and pinch-to-zoom functionality. Meanwhile, the CP100 takes the same CHIRP-ish technology use in the Raymarine Dragonfly, and combines it with a black-box sounder. Nifty stuff – go ahead and get a glimpse for yourself, first-hand.

For more information visit Raymarine, read our comparison of fishfinder technology in Sonar Smack-Down: Traditional Fishfinder vs. Down-Looking Scanner-Imager vs. CHIRP, and learn about the technology used in the CP100 in Raymarine Dragonfly: A Whole New Breed of Fishfinder.

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boats.com senior editor Lenny Rudow reviews the LightHouse software update, which was announced along with the CP100 in Fort Lauderdale.


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Lenny Rudow is Senior Editor for Dominion Marine Media, including boats.com and YachtWorld. With over two decades of experience in marine journalism, he has contributed to publications including Boating Magazine, Marlin Magazine, Boating World, Saltwater Sportsman, Texas Fish & Game, and many others. Lenny is a graduate of the Westlawn School of Yacht Design, and he has won numerous BWI and OWAA writing awards.
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