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    Bit of info on the possible New Minelab~ GPZ 7000, Jupiter

    Did some hunt and peck. Seems a member of another forum found some interesting stuff on the possible new addition to Minelabs series....

    *dead link*

    I have to thank the individual who dug this up. Just wish the appendixes were there.
    DD

    Hope moderation will tolerate this.
    Last edited by DDancer; Nov 20, 2014 at 08:12 AM.
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    The confidentiality end date on the user handbook is 28 December 2014. Christmas will be late I guess!

    Remember, the management of Codan (the parent company) has publicly stated that this new super detector is based on totally new technology. The GPX-5000 is being bundled with the SDC-2300 at a MAP of just over $7000. With the usual negotiation, you could end up with the pair for a little over $3000 each! Looks like they really want to get rid of existing GPX-5000 stocks.

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    Thanks GoldCTX.

    I found it to be some interesting reading last night. Apparently the new unit will be wireless capable. Some of the frequencies noted in the EMI testing are pretty darn high for a detection unit~ upto 18Ghz. Might as well call it ground penetrating radar though I doubt it'll have imaging capabilities. There was some speculation on sizeing and depth which maybe possible depending on the math.
    Irregardless of how ML is flogging off its stock I'm more interested in the workings of the unit and its potential new features. True the price tag will probably be matched by its model number however in the right hands and in the right area I gotta wonder about this ground scanner. Will we still be able to call it a metal detector?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDancer View Post
    Some of the frequencies noted in the EMI testing are pretty darn high for a detection unit~ upto 18Ghz. Might as well call it ground penetrating radar
    I can't tell from the report if that 18Ghz was an emitted frequency or a harmonic frequency.

    I agree that given Minelab's past, the 7000 model number will probably also be it's price point. Maybe they have found a way to compare signals to give a solid ID to gold. We have always said that if a company to could produce a detector like that, they could charge $10K and not be able to produce enough to meet the demand.

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    Had a bad though Rechecked the crystal freq's.
    Last edited by DDancer; Nov 20, 2014 at 06:17 PM. Reason: error in thinking
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    I'll keep using my SD2100 V-2 till it dies. Still finds gold just fine for me. Someday I will have to upgrade I'm sure. Not in any hurry to go into debt to maybe find a couple pieces of gold I might be missing. By then somebody will be selling their good old Minelab cheaper and I'll be more than happy to take it off their hands. Dennis

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    Yea Dennis, plus just adding a different coil can be a game changer when going over spots you have already detected. Hard to believe that you would be missing so much gold that it would pay for that 6K detector, maybe over a long period of time.. I love to see the new technology however and cant wait to try a super detector some day. Maybe I will change my tune
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    Hehh, my old 3000 did plenty of damage in "hunted out" spots. 5000's were the cats meow in ozzies patches. Depends on the user is my say. I am following the bread crumbs on this one. Can it be real? Coils are a change out no matter what you detect and as equipment goes a mandatory change if you want to find what your looking for. Thoughts.
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    Maybe, maybe not. Remember the CTX release.... They trickled out info for months and didn't reveal the sticker price until right before it went on sale (even though a few sources leaked it out)

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    Is this a Photo of the… The Minelab Jupiter GPZ-7000 ?????

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    I found this Photo on an Australian MD link today…. Looks like this could very well be Minelabs next Gold Machine….


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    Is this the… The Minelab Jupiter GPZ-7000 ? ? ? ?

    What ever it is …. it is a very cool looking detector ~ I never seen anything like it before….

    Next question: Can it find gold 100X better than the GPX-5000? Will it detect what is trash and what is really Au and what is lead? = all Yet TBD….

    Gerard

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldCTX View Post
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    I found this Photo on an Australian MD link today…. Looks like this could very well be Minelabs next Gold Machine….


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    Is this the… The Minelab Jupiter GPZ-7000 ? ? ? ?

    What ever it is …. it is a very cool looking detector ~ I never seen anything like it before….

    Next question: Can it find gold 100X better than the GPX-5000? Will it detect what is trash and what is really Au and what is lead? = all Yet TBD….

    Gerard
    That picture is of one of their counter-mine detectors that have been around for years.
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    UPDATE = Photo above is "NOT" the Jupiter GPZ-7000 ~ The photo above is a "Land-mine Detector".

    Jason > I was just informed by @beatup & RenoChris > The Detector in the photo is in fact a "Land-mine Detector". So apparently it isn't the latest greatest gold machine… aka: the "Jupiter GPZ-7000.

    The one in the photo kind of looks similar to a Garrett ATX Extreme. I had thought I had stumbled on to something really cool when I saw the photo…. But, I had never seen a Minelab "Land Mine Detector" before… So as it turns out…. My Mistake everyone!!! ~ Sorry for the "False Alarm" I guess we will all have to wait and see the the Jupiter looks like on… December 28th.

    till then…. The best news is…
    That lots of Rain & Snow is again falling in the Sierra's = Filling up all the Almost Empty Lakes & Streams !!!

    Merry Christmas to everyone…
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