If you've been hunting with a metal detector that simply indicates that you've found a metal target of some type at some depth, you're in for a real treat. The GTI 2500 brings imaging to the hunt. It not only signals that you've hit a metal target, it tells you the size of that target, the depth of that target, and what that target probably is! Imaging is another in a long line of Garrett "Firsts". And its accuracy is second to none.
Graphic target imaging is totally new to the world of treasure hunting. Imaging is the ability of a detector to measure the size of buried and concealed metal objects and report that information to the detector user. How can Target Imaging help you? By combining Imaging with Garrett's DSP Circuitry, Power Master and GTA Discrimination. Garrett has built a treasure hunting machine that is light-years ahead of other detectors. Simply stated...Treasure Hunters can search much deeper and more accurately and can greatly increase their share of found treasure in much less time spent searching.
The GTI 2500 gives you both the size and the actual depth of the targets you locate. That way, you get to decide whether or not you want to commit to digging it out. And the Treasure Vision Screen even tells you if what you've located is a coin, a pull tab, a drink can, or something larger. But it goes further than that. If it is a coin, the GTI 2500 will tell you what kind of coin it is: a penny, a nickel, a dime, a quarter, a half dollar, or a dollar.
The GTI 2500 lets you sift out the trash and concentrate on the treasure, making the hunt far more productive than with any other detector manufactured! The secret ingredient in the GTI 2500 is Garrett's exclusive Digital Signal Processing (DSP) chip. This little bit of wizardly gives the detector the extra bit of intelligence it needs to send back true image information instantly.
With the GTI 2500, you can even come out a winner on "hunted-out" pieces of ground. Go back over it with the GTI 2500 and you'll be amazed at how much more treasure you can find and how much more trash you will leave for others to find.