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Bullet Cam Positioning

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics and Illumination' started by Squirrel Sniper, Jan 16, 2014.

  1. Squirrel Sniper

    Squirrel Sniper Engaging Member

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    Hi All,

    started led to get everything set up now and just one issue. My BulletCam seems to want to pick up the inside if the scope between the eyepiece and the reticle. It is giving me quite a small area on the screen that I can use for shooting. Not what I had planned.

    I can't move the bullet cam any closer as it is hitting the eyepiece lens. If I move it further away, it gets smaller. Will I need to replace the lens for a higher strength one? I have no idea what level of zoom it has already.

    Any help/experience well and warmly received!

    Craig
     
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    Have you got a link to the camera it sounds like you have got a lens that is too small you ideally want a 12 or 16mm
     
  3. Squirrel Sniper

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    Good Shout!

    Just went back to look at the listing and it is a blistering 3.naff-all-mm lens in the puppy.

    Anyone know where I can get an enhanced lens?

    Cheers JDK1!!!!
     
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    Either of those lenses will do you , why not get both and see what you prefer
     
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    If you want a lens fairly quickly from a UK seller and at a reasonable price, try Stock Optics - http://www.stockoptics.com/board-lenses.html

    I purchased the same camera from that seller, they are okay for the money but you will need a 16mm lens minimum, that camera was also fairly difficult to remove the IR lens from the image sensor, it was glued on firmly!

    The 12mm lens will be too narrow, get a 16mm board lens from Stock Optics above and you won't go wrong!
     
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  9. Squirrel Sniper

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    Cheers Gents,

    Gone for the 16mm from Amazon. Looks cheap, and I hope I will be cheerful!

    Thanks again!

    Craig
     
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    When you get your lens you will probably need to position the camera so that there is about 38/40mm between the rear lens of the scope and the front of the camera lens.
     
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    You'll probably need stacks of IR for that camera unless you use it to replace the scope - unless it's just for ratting etc.
     

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