Humminbird's 360 Imaging© provides a complete around-the-boat, underwater
image with the same sharp detail anglers have come to know with Side
Imaging® technology. With a single sweep, 360 Imaging has the ability to
cover a 300-foot diameter circle (70,685 square feet). Maximum depth is
150 feet. This optional accessory DOES NOT replace your standard Side
Imaging transducer, it enhances your product. You must use standard
transducer in order to have a digital depth reading. This product includes
the AS GPS HS (GPS Receiver with Heading Sensor, standard 360Imaging
transom mount bracket and a 20' Ethernet Cable
Welcome to 360 Imaging
Revolutionary Humminbird® 360 Imaging™ offers a detailed, 360 degree view
around your boat. Visualize it as a thin sonar wall extending 150 feet to either
side of your vessel. This wall rotates to create a 300-foot circle enabling you
to see areas virtually impossible to reach with other types of sonar. And,
because the sonar wall moves, you don't have to, so you can see where fish are,
before they see you.
For greater on-water flexibility, 360 Imaging lets you choose from five beam
speed settings. Lower beam speeds lead to higher image quality but lower refresh
rates. Conversely, higher beam speeds result in lower image quality but higher
refresh rates. With five options, you can find the ideal setting for your boat
speed, water conditions, and need for detail.
Want to get the most of 360 Imaging and its unprecedented coverage area?
You're in the right place. We've broken down several screenshots to help you
make sense of this revolutionary technology
This screenshot reveals a reservoir with bridge ruins (left of the boat
location) and what was once a river channel. The white streaks to the direct
left of the bridge and on the far right indicate fish. Shaded areas represent
the channel's descending terrain, while lighter areas are rising terrain.
A manmade structure of sunken railroad tracks remains after filling this
reservoir. The area directly beneath boat icon in the center of the screen is
shown brighter than the surrounding area indicating a rise in bottom contour.
Conversely, the areas to the left of the tracks grow gradually darker
indicating a descending terrain. The individual railroad ties are clearly
The areas near the base of the bridge pilings are shaded darker than the
surrounding area due to the scouring action of tidal flow.
Intermittent hard bottom and corals rise up from rippled sand bottom.
Relative height of hard bottom and corals is indicated by the intensity of the
shadow behind them. This is important information when targeting gamefish
trying to ambush prey. The screen shot is shown in optional color pallet
Fish, in this case Hybrid Striped Bass, are shown as individual white
streaks that make up one large school. The split screen view of traditional
2-D Sonar shows the fish clearly working between depths of 22 – 45 feet.
Boca Grande Ledge & Bait
Boat pulls up on Boca Grande Ledge from 60+ feet into 48’ – Dark shading on
360 Imaging indicates the drop in depth. A secondary ledge is also shown.
Clouds of bait are depicted directly under the boat. Bait clouds also shown on
2-D Sonar screen between 14 – 30 feet. The 360 Imaging screen is shown in
optional color pallet "Amber #1" ideal in bright sun.
Tarpon on Ledge
The ledge runs across top of 360 Imaging screen and is depicted by darker
shading indicating the drop in depth.
Tarpon Holding Tight in Boca Grande Pass
Large fish holding close to the bottom often give a shadow. In this case, a
school of Tarpon shadows are shown on 360 Imaging. They were confirmed as
tarpon after jumping 2 fish from the school.
Now that you can look forward, there's no looking back
For the first time ever, you can see up to 150 feet in front of your sonar
pod, either in full 360 mode or by isolating your sweep area.
New 360 Imaging allows you to isolate your sweep area of water from 10 to 360
degrees. You can lock in your beam anywhere - but the area in front of your boat
is especially useful. With valuable intelligence on fish-holding structure and
cover waiting up ahead, you can cast to productive areas without spooking fish.
Because your beam has less ground to cover, you'll also benefit from a faster
View 360 Imaging side-by-side with SwitchFire™ or GPS cartography.
SwitchFire lets you see what’s going on below your boat while GPS puts
valuable waypoints, routes and other navigational information at your
Mark a Waypoint
Mark interesting returns with a waypoint directly on your 360 Imaging
screen. The exact location will be stored in your unit’s memory and is
viewable on GPS cartography.
Customize Your Display
Choose from eight color palettes for more flexibility. Based on water
conditions, adjust sensitivity for the best returns. Even adjust sharpness to
enhance edges and detail depending on lighting.
Humminbird 360 Imaging also allows you to isolate your sweep area over a
section of water from 10˚ to 360˚. You can lock in your beam anywhere—but the
area in front of your boat is especially useful. Point your beam in any
direction and let 360 start bringing you the fishing information you
need. Because your transducer has less ground to cover, you'll also benefit
from a faster refresh rate
Start fishing smarter today with a fully loaded Humminbird.
To get the detail and unprecedented coverage of Humminbird 360 Imaging, you'll
need an Ethernet-ready, Side Imaging-equipped Humminbird fishfinder. See the
list below for compatible models.