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    Videoing your shots?


    I am interested in videoing some of my rifle shots and was just wondering what cameras other folk use? When the ATN X-Sight first came out I thought that this may just have been the answer to my prayers, as I could use it as a day or night sight and video the shots. However, reading some of the posts regarding these there are obviously problems with these units. Consequently I wont be going down that route anytime soon unless they get them sorted, so I was just wondering what my other options might be? Any suggestions appreciated!

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    I use a go pro on a scope mount.
    not ideal but set to narrow field of view and zoomed in on the software it is useful

    This is wide FOV:

    This is a zoomed narrow FOV:

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    I use a XCEL . Its good but next i'll get a go-pro as mine has no zoom .
    Last edited by paul o'; 01-05-2015 at 19:21.

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    There are some action cams in aldi at the moment like go pro less than twenty pounds maybe someones got one allready and can review,also there are the adaptors now for you phone to scope but not very sure of shooting deer through a phone screen!!
    Last edited by AN DU RU FOX; 02-05-2015 at 15:42.

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    On You Tube there a a few air gun videos filmed through the 'scope as the aim is taken and then the shot. I understand, I saw such a unit at John Knibbs, that it means that the shooter sees his shot on a viewing screen...and NOT from a standard hold as if the device wasn't fitted.

    In my opinion I don't see why a device such as this could not be adapted to take a small camera mounted at 90 degree (where the instructor would be) and then a cable to the actual equipment doing the video capture.

    Attachment 56070

    Like this video. But I'd imagine that the recoil issue would be a problem with a full bore rifle?

    Here's a daylight video on pigeon. This shows what I mean about the shooter viewing on the screen.

    This is a good opening side view of the gear.

    Last edited by enfieldspares; 02-05-2015 at 15:50.

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    Used a Cam on a 6x Raptor dedicated NV scope for a while.
    Last edited by camo304; 03-05-2015 at 16:15.

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    Thanks for the input gents. I am really most interested in filming long range shots at small targets through the scope if possible. I have considered the Ward D Nite Vision (as per one of the above vids) as a night vision device and know you can record footage on this - does anyone know if it can be used in daylight like a normal video camera and give decent quality footage?

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