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Bresser 4335000 LCD Spotter 15 x 60 Spotting Scope 3.0 MP (Black)

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  • 15x Magnification
  • 2" LCD Screen with 32MB Memory
  • Mulit Coated Green Lenses
  • Tripod Mount
  • Carrying Case and Strap

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Product Description

The LCD spotting scope has an LCD monitor as well as an eyepiece for direct visual views through the optics. This spotting scope has an integrated 3-megapixel camera to record what you see, giving you the opportunity to capture the action you are watching in the distance. You can also save to the device‘s flash memory (32 MB) or an SD card (not included). Power is supplied by AA batteries (included). Technical Specifications and Features Magnification 15x Lens diameter 60mm Field of View at 1000m distance 46m Lens material BaK4 Optical Coatings multi coated/green Near focus from 4m Weight 1085g Dimensions 310x80x185mm Bag utility bag Display 2-Inch LCD MP 3.0 Memory (built in) 32MB Automatic off function 1 min, 3 min, 5 min

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 3.5 x 12.6 inches ; 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001NC9SCA
  • Item model number: 4335000
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,747,530 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Patrick S. Chambers on November 10, 2014
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Lately I've been using mine to photograph the Moon with my DSLR. Decided to try the LCD and it got stuck on power up. The only way to turn it off was to remove the batteries. Found out the memory chip I added was the problem. Took the chip out and viola all was well. Like this gizmo a lot.
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So, I've owned this scope for a while now, and there's a lot to talk about in regard to it. I generally don't bother writing reviews, but when I saw that this thing is no longer in production, I know I had to make note that it's not due to a failure of the product. Bresser, or any other manufacturer, would do well to resurrect this design, and potentially make additional models of other objective sizes available as well.

I'll make this brief and mention the types of uses I've found for this where it exceeds other scopes.

I'll indicate pros and cons via the character used as point bullets:
"+: means a good thing
"-" means a bad thing
"+/-" means a neutral
"*" means a note

Target Shooting:
+ The LCD screen provides a way to see your target and not change position. This was THE key feature that enticed me to buy it.
+ The camera allows for an easy way to track progress when training with paper targets. Use it to supplement, not replace, a shooting notebook.
- The magnification is a bit high, but workable and not excessive by any measure. You may need to nudge your scope stand depending on if you're shooting pistols at 10 meters or rifle at 100 yards. While it's fully capable of reaching further than that, due to the needs of competitions past that range, you'll probably choose another product.
+/- I generally dislike zoom in a scope, as it just takes the same image and makes it darker, giving the perception of "zooming" in. In the case of a camera/spotting scope hybrid, it could actually be more useful than what may generally be the case, though. This is just a thought, considering is a new one is ever developed.
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