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OceanView's Apollo II night vision camera can now be fully integrated into Furuno's NavNet 3-D navigation system, the companies announced.

"OceanView cameras are easily compatible with our NavNet 3D system, making them an ideal collaborator," Furuno marketing manager Dean Kurutz said in a statement.

"We enjoy a good working relationship with OceanView, and full integration takes it to the next level. Helm space is at a premium on many boats," he added. "With the Apollo II camera fully integrated into NavNet 3-D, there are no extra controls to take up space."

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