Fisher F5. Field photo report

Watch the new field photo report of Fisher F5 metal detector. On the one hand, I do not really respect Fisher. In my opinion, it has a superficial attitude towards real metal detecting situations.

Controlling with knobs, outdated approach to a power supply with “krona” batteries, there are questions about discrimination… On the other hand, the Fisher F5 has all for ground search with multi-purpose fulfillment of the most common tasks. With this detector one can search for coins, as well as World War II artifacts, or walk along the sea beach somehow. The F5 is worth its money.

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Photos by djlaan

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One Response to Fisher F5. Field photo report

  • I agree..I have the F5 with stock coil,and chasing lite peep’s and walking bye loud talk,I enjoy to of dream of what await’s.I am presently awaiting a 5’DD coil,to add to my F5-Arsenal..Not that my stock coil isnt fantastic,but many elderly nut tree’s,folk’s would lean against for many different reason’s,and the different direction’s of root growth,the smaller coil,can get into nook’s-n-crannies where even the 10′ cannot.Also hunting trashy area’s I hear they are a sure advantage.I was told I will lose a bit of depth.,But my F5 chase’s peep’s clear the china,So a few inches wont hinder to much.I will post my Hey’s or Nay’s for other’s who are considering.Not much on them with the 5’DD..With the Manual adjustment of ground balance for the multi condition changes even hunting ONE property,I already am a sure fan.Folk’s must realize they cannot learn this detector with a few outting’s.I will never get tired with this F5.Just like being versed with a fine hand-gun,one’s ability can keep growing .The more one study’s the instruction’s,the more one will memorize for maximum efficiency with the unit’s ability.Some to choose to run like a ballgame,and other’s slow down and walk past the loud signal’s for lite peep’s.Lite Peep’s,Deep target’s,..Love my F5…

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