Bullseye Target Camera

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Bullseye Target Camera

Postby Jim in Houston » Thu Jul 18, 2019 1:25 pm

Midway is currently having a sale on their long range target camera, which is less than 50% of its regular price ($300 vs $700) and is good out to a mile. I have the Sight-In version, which is only good to 300 yards, but is the same price. I suspect that a new model for long range shooting is coming out.

I use the camera every time I go to the range and have retired my spotting scope. Not only do you get a close up of the target on your pad or smart phone, but the last shot blinks, you can mark your hits, and the software will calculate group size and scope adjustments. Most of the "complaints" relate to the quality of the instructions, but I found them plus some YouTube videos to be adequate to get up and running. There were some complaints about the quality of the tripod, which is part of the long range version.

At any rate, and I have no skin in the game on this, this looks like a great deal to me.

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Re: Bullseye Target Camera

Postby Texas Sheepdawg » Thu Jul 18, 2019 6:57 pm

I’ve got the cauldwell range camera and I like it too. Really good range.
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