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Nitesite Viper Vs Nitesite Viper R-tek

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics' started by Lexicon, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. Lexicon

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    Is the only difference (apart from price) the 4Gb memory card, the camera module with recording capacity & wifi?
     
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    they have differing types of pills in there infra red torches
     
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    I have just added a new lense to my nitesite viper rtek and now the image fills the whole screen and got to admit it so much easier looking at full screen than the old circle view
     
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    Far better putting a 12mm lense in the module.
    Why nitesite put those poxy lenses in to give a small view is a strange.
     
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    Nitesite all come with 12mm lens I have added a 16mm lens to mine and now a friends standard viper and both full screen better pic more light gets in
     
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    Farty Totty GURU

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    Sorry my mistake I meant a 16 mm
     
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    So easy to do aswell but makes a huge difference
     
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    Farty Totty GURU

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    I agree there
     
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    This is the cheapest I’ve found and they work a treat
     

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    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging led me'..

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    and both are bloody massive! what a huge lump to carry/ruin yer compact shooting platform, besides I have night vision pupils built in..
     
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    Guess it each to there own I also have a all in day/night scope atn xsight 2 which is great on my .22 for the rabbits but for rats it’s alot quicker so I like the comfort of the hud screen on rtek easier to scan around bigger area without ur eye fixed to a scope plus can record on both my units instantly and set up in under a minute
     
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    I just got a Viper for my birthday yesterday. Can't wait to get set up and give it a try, just need to wait for the season to change to go to the farm - there won't be anything around now I shouldn't think!
     
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    There should still be plenty about at night especially on a farm nv is not seasonal gets dark every night so I’m out most night n always bag a few rats n a bunny or 2 they all have to eat and rats in this weather like a drink so if no water about out some water down just like a puddle, pour it down a wall or some kind of structure looks like a leak and they will be less nervous of it I sometime add a very light dash of milk just to colour the puddle against the dark ground
     

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