So because of recent shoulder surgery and extreme boredom I picked up some cheap ice gear a couple weeks ago and to my surprise I really enjoy it. I'm already thinking about picking up some electronics and would love some feedback. I know most people prefer flashers over cameras but I would like to have a piece of equipment I could use for more than just ice fishing and have always kind of wanted a camera anyway. Has there been any recent tech breakthroughs that have improved the usefulness of underwater cameras? I kind of like the idea of being able to actually see the fish look and react to offerings in real time even though the flashers are time tested and more popular. I know the set up time and visibility limitations of a camera are the main complaints. Also, if I decided to go with a flasher would it be better to buy a dedicated flasher or use my hummingbird finder from my boat that has ice/flasher mode? I've heard there can be substantial lag from finders and that seems like it would somewhat defeat the purpose. It is a newer finder (less than 3 years old) with color display. I think I could probably buy a used flasher for about the same price as a new transducer and mount but since it is already a piece of equipment I already own, I'd like to use it if everything else was (pretty) equal. Sorry if this has already been discussed but I searched and couldn't really find anything new and relevant. Thanks for your advice.