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(SOLD) Compact DIY NV Set up

Discussion in 'Sales Graveyard' started by neiled, Sep 18, 2014.

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  1. neiled

    neiled Donator

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    Ok this is my 3rd DIY NV build as is by far the best I've done with a better picture, longer range plus it's lighter and more compact. It's great for use with an air rifles (I've used it with my FAC) as it can see clearly to over 60-70 yards but I now need something for longer ranges to use with my powder burners.

    The camera used is the highly rated E700 with 16mm lens enclosed in the screwfix flopast end cap meaning the camera sits snuggly (do a search on here for both the camera and enclosure). The 18650 battery is fully enclosed in the 3.5" TFT LCD screen enclosure so does away with the weight and bulk of an additional large battery and easily lasts me 3 hours (it was turned off when I wasn't using it). Charging the battery is simply a case of connecting the charger to the charger point on the screen enclosure, the battery doesn't need removing (mains charger supplied along with a spare 18650 battery). The screen is attached to the scope by means of a clamp and ball joint which allows the screen to be rotated vertically and horizontally. 1 cable connector between the camera and screen with a simple on off button located on the side of the screen enclosure.

    IR is supplied by means of a zoomable IR torch supplied by Terry on this forum and secured to the scope with a screw on clamp.

    Also supplied is the pictured Nikko Sterling Mountmaster 3x9-40 AO mildot reticle scope complete with twin strap mounts which together with the 16mm lens allows a full screen picture and good field of view when on the lower magnification. The 2 screen pictures are taken at distances of 35 & 25 yards.

    I'm looking to cover my costs of the build - £180 plus delivery

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  2. pellet177

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    wish you were closer to stoke as it looks a very nice setup just right for ratting
     
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    the dog Petrol engines do NOT like diesel

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    Looks nice and tidy that mate. :up:
     
  4. neiled

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    SOLD - in to the graveyard please :)
     
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