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I was hoping some of you might be able to clear somethings up for me please.
When you GB,
Do you do the "walk and sweep" method and then "ferrite balance"?
Can you only pick one method?
IF only one method allowed, then how do you decide which one to use?
Also, is there any "list" so to speak of showing different gold modes and ground types combinations to help know what depths and sizes you are targeting?
HY/Normal = ? Hy/Difficult = ? Hy/Severe = ?
General/Normal = ? General/Difficult = ? General/Severe = ?
ExtraDeep/Normal = ? ExtraDeep/Difficult = ? ExtraDeep/Severe = ?
I have found "info" regarding settings for large deep nuggets but what if I also wanted to check for small shallow gold?
What settings would suit small, shallow bits?
Sorry to ask so much in one go :)
Overall, the GPZ is an awesome tool and I have been extremely happy with it since I purchased one about 6 months ago. But I thought I would gather what things people wish would be included as a future option/improvement such as software upgrades/gps options ... etc. Maybe I will forward the link to their marketing department (since I hear engineers are so difficult to work with ;p)
Please list only your top 3 wishes for improvement/options/upgrades in order of priority ... if they are the same as others then that is fine. It shows we want similar things.
My wish list:
1) smaller coil option - anywhere from 8-11"
2) software update allowing storage of a secondary settings (similar to GPX5000)
3) maybe a clock on the front screen
By Steve Herschbach
This only fits the newer Minelab CTX 3030 and all GPZ 7000 units. Most people like me probably only want a replacement stand but for $15.00 with free shipping it is hard to complain. Except about the stand being so flimsy in the first place!
Minelab Kit part #3011-0283 https://store.minelab.com/product-p/3011-0283.htm
By Col Douglas
I purchased my Zed in mid-2015, and since then I have complained about the display being difficult to see clearly. Then yesterday I realised that it is a "sunlight-readable" display, presumably similar to what is used on some of the later Garmin GPSs. That is, when the display is in full sunlight it can be seen very clearly. I'm assuming most people here probably already know this, but I've mentioned it in case there are one or two others out there who are as smart as I am and taken nearly two years to work it out.