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Welcome to SkyView HDX — With SkyView HDX, Dynon significantly upped their already-impressive game. SkyView is a sophisticated instrument featuring "synthetic vision" that clearly portrays obstacles when you can't visually see them. Now the HDX version makes the impressive device more user friendly, especially so when a few bumps in the sky can make operating your instrument more challenging. Users will love HDX. See the video below helping further explain the new HDX.
Something for Everyone — SkyView employs both touch and "hard" buttons for times when bumpy air makes a touchscreen a bit more challenging and HDX improves this ability with an angled lower switch panel to help steady your hand. SkyView HDX is available in the 10-inch and 7-inch screen sizes and now both sizes are touch-capable.
SkyView & More — A thoroughly modern company, Dynon makes the well-regarded SkyView Touch and they supply a line of radios, autopilots, and more — all accessible through SkyView. Even owners of Type Certified aircraft (who cannot add a SkyView) can get the Dynon experience with the tiny little D2 that requires no FAA approval yet provides a Portable EFIS with true attitude for Cessna, Pipers, and others. Perhaps even better, in a powerful link-up with EAA, those GA airplane owners can now obtain an STC for a panel-mounted instrument.
Check Dynon's website by clicking the banner strip above because this company is always on the move with new gear.
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