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DIY nv build pics undecided

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics and Illumination' started by dave goodall, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. dave goodall

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    Got couple of builds on the go at min but usure if which way to go got a compact build in the works with e700 and s box build on the gobwith same camera which would u go for and why to me box build seems more practicle as it all unplugs but compact is so dam small t20 will be sold as have new pulsar x805 tac on the way so weight size is going to drop anyhow opinions please ;) atvb dave g

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    Where did you get that clamp bracket on each end of the tube holder from Dave? Looks very neat and compact!
     
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    iv got the same setup, but my cameras just inside the DSA and not in a box, id like to put it in a box so i can protect the cable out the back, also the shade you've put in between the front & rear looks good..

    What are going to do with the wires? and are you wiring up a switch?

    Thanks for sharing..
     
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    Pulsar challlenger dsa matey the spacee is just 40 mm pipe works out £35 ish for both going to put dc plugs on end of each wire liked the idea of compact but with dc plugs newer cams can always be fitted if need be

    http://www.uttings.co.uk/p110141-pulsar-dsa-challenger-g2-79042/#.Uu2AzWtYCSM
     
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    Dc plugs will be fitted to ends so looks neater [​IMG]
     
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    hello,from the very first idea on home made n/v by our good member ken these have got better and better, now looking at daves set up i feel sure this could be the norm/compact/ system. having tried out this type i could not get on with screen not being in line so you looked up instead of normal scope view. so with an average cost of £100 £150 those techy members can enjoy night shooting without breaking the bank. would be interested in the T20??? and can you do some pics on the rifle and scope with finished set up. thanks
     
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    Yeah will do mate ive started another project box as wasnt happy with having to bend the top connectors out the t20 wa morefor my photon been 3 mode but got the build bug going through me at min and very impressive view and range given off these e700 cams will add pics as the week goes on and the build progresses hoping to fit a 30 gg multimedia player instead of rear view screen so can record in high deff colour as i shoot ;)
     
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    Just waiting on power pack from hk now [​IMG]
     
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    hello, that should not take to long from HK compaired to china. it would be good to see some photos when you finish and on rifle too. saying that how do you find the viewing as the added extra length to scope is compromised not giving an ideal hold and viewing???
     
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    Quick pic till Dvr and power pack arrives plugged it in wall for this pic but wipes floor with photon on video quality and range
     
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    Thats a pukka lookin set up there mate..
     
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    Cheers zen matey ;) Just somedown sizing to do now i no its capabilitys think ile fit a prism now so camera is at end of scope and make it lot more compact once your used to screen its perfect had all sorts of nv over the years and this us cleanest pic ive seen iver such distances
     
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    Just waiting on this mate so camera is fitted to end of scope so no added length

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/380449200766?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649
     
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    Dave, well done. I am impressed with the neatness of your setup. Super looking job. My own set up works OK but I do have a problem with light reflecting back into the scope and blooming the bottom of the LCD screen picture. I can overcome this if I mount the torch at the front of the gun but would prefer the torch back where you have it. I see that you have some kind of tube fitted to the front of your scope. Does this sort out the reflecting light problem and if so, what is the tube made from? Cheers, Paul
     
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    Just a scope maximiser cut to length mate but blocks all glare back
     
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    Thanks Dave, now off to find one.

    Cheers,
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    Me again. All I can seem to find is the Bisley eye maximisers that fit on the back end. Could you tell me where to find one? Thanks.
     

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