Oregon 550t Goes Waterfowling


Picture 128 (3) Picture 132 (3) Our outdoor-rec sales and marketing director is back from a goose and duck hunting trip to Manitoba, and he reports that the Oregon 550t helped make his trip a success.  Of course, having a ruggedized, waterproof camera in the blind is always handy — and as you can see, the 3.2 megapixel lens takes some nice photos.

And although there isn't a lot of movement involved in waterfowl hunting, the touchscreen Oregon can still come in handy.  Knowing the precise legal shooting hours is a snap, thanks to the built-in sunrise/sunset calendar.  And if you've ever hunted ducks, you know what a pain it can be to lug all of that equipment in heavy clothing in the middle of the dark through mud, swamps, and cornfields.  With GPS, it's a breeze to mark your parking spot and follow the easiest route to the blind — no wild goose chase necessary.

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