Humminbird’s 360 Imaging doesn’t provide a 3D effect on-screen, but it does show what’s in the water all around the boat, using a transducer that mechanically rotates inside a housing. The vertical housing lowers and raises the transducer and is mounted to the transom (transducers are also available for several models of Minn Kota freshwater trolling motors).
The 360 transducer uses a 455 kHz imaging beam that slices through the water, sending picturelike images to the multifunction display. Anglers can use it from a stationary boat or while moving slowly ahead.
Humminbird says the effective range of 360 Imaging is about 150 feet. “It allows anglers to see structure, baitfish and game fish ahead of the boat, and it provides constant updates
Humminbird’s 360 Imaging, introduced in 2012, uses imaging sonar to capture photolike data of what’s around your boat out to about 150 feet.