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Sunray FZ-1 Probe For CZs
Posted by: Altamaha
Date: April 14, 2015 07:30PM
Hi All

Has anyone used a Sunray FZ-1 Target probe on their CZ. If so just wondering how well it works? Does it cause any sensitivity degradation or EMI interference susceptibility to the detector, etc?

Thanks,

HH



Started Detecting - 1982
Mid-Hudson Valley Region, New York

Favorite Detectors I Own:

- Whites Eagle ll SL-89
- Whites Eagle II SL-90
- Whites DFX (Sunray DX-1)
- Whites Spectra V3i
- Minelab E-Trac
- Minelab CTX 3030
- Fisher CZ-3D (1021 Serial) Tom certified 12.1 inches
- Fisher CZ-70 Pro (112 Serial)
- Makro Racer

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- Oldest Coins: 1699 Farthing, 1749 Half Farthing

- Oldest Colonial/State Coin: 1786 Connecticut Copper
- Oldest Foreign Silver Coin: 1776 Spanish 2 Reale (AU-55)
- Oldest American Silver Coins: 1832 Bust 1/2 Dime (AU-50), 1832 Bust Dime


- Rarest American Copper Coins: 1794 Half Cent (81,600), 1811 Large Cent (218,0250)
- Rarest American Silver Coin: 1915 Barber 1/2 Dollar (AU-55), (138,450)
- Rarest American Token/Pattern Coins: 1783 Nova Constellatio, 1787 Fugio Cent, 1795 Undated (Pattern) Washington Liberty and Security Penny
- Rarest American Error Coins: 1864 Indian With L and RPD (AU-50), 1876cc Seated Liberty Dime With DBL Reverse (AU-55)

- Largest Denomination American Coin: 1891s Silver Dollar
- Highest Professionally Graded Dug American Coin: 1855 Seated Liberty Quarter (AU-55)

Re: Sunray FZ-1 Probe For CZs
Posted by: christopher-ohio
Date: April 17, 2015 11:58AM
Works very well. I have seen no negative effects on multiple CZ-70's and CZ-3D's.

Re: Sunray FZ-1 Probe For CZs
Posted by: Altamaha
Date: April 17, 2015 07:37PM
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christopher-ohio
Works very well. I have seen no negative effects on multiple CZ-70's and CZ-3D's.

Thanks very much for the reply Christopher!

HH

Re: Sunray FZ-1 Probe For CZs
Posted by: Littlehugger
Date: April 22, 2015 04:25PM
I have one for sale

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Re: Sunray FZ-1 Probe For CZs
Posted by: mrwilburino
Date: April 24, 2015 04:57PM
Performance-wise it's a great combination. Got my deep rusty nail count down to near zero. Ergonomically, it takes the weight and balance a little more to the negative side. Been thinking about mounting mine on a straight shaft.

Re: Sunray FZ-1 Probe For CZs
Posted by: oneton
Date: April 25, 2015 09:36AM
They are good if you like the added weight to a already heavy detector, may be best to reconfig the entire weight for better balance.



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Re: Sunray FZ-1 Probe For CZs
Posted by: Blissterd1
Date: October 03, 2017 03:47AM
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Littlehugger
I have one for sale

Still?

Re: Sunray FZ-1 Probe For CZs
Posted by: Blissterd1
Date: October 03, 2017 10:54PM
I have one on my trusty and highly regarded CZ5 and I would not go out without it! It's a total game changer! No extra batteries for a handheld pinpointer! And since they are actually a switched in as the main search coil, the Sun Ray probes are able to discriminate! Yes, I said it! They can tell iron and other lower tone targets from the silver and copper goodies and you hear them just like you were using the main coil (it IS the main coil when switched in!). I don't use it for anything but in the hole searching, I doubt the depth reading or target ID is accurate, (I use my ears anyway, not the meter) it does reduce depth IMHO but just a tiny bit and it does add some weight to the wrong part of the rod but I still wouldn't hunt without it! Sometimes if I have a shallow target, I will hold it vertically and use the probe tip on the surface of the soil to do a final pinpoint. I can find stuff in the hole like crazy, even in low light. I have found a trick, go into all-metal pinpoint mode while switched to the probe and slide a nickel (I also wear a sterling band and have used it) down the side of the probe until it just starts to hum and it adds about an inch to the probes depth. I'd seen them do this with Garrett probes and I figured the science would be similar. It's kinda like turning up the threshold I guess. A little pricey and somewhat rare but I highly recommend anyone to get one of these. You won't regret it.

Re: Sunray FZ-1 Probe For CZs
Posted by: pasttom
Date: November 02, 2017 03:40PM
Had one and liked it, but they are much better on a Minelab where they usually command twice the price used (ain't no new, ya know).



Pastor Tom
5 Minelabs, 3 Makros, 2 TDIs, 3 Fisher & a Teknetics
Excavations by my Corgi, Sadie

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