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pictures of my home made nightvision..

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics' started by babyfacebaz, May 2, 2012.

  1. babyfacebaz

    babyfacebaz Engaging Member

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    These pictures are of my home made night vision... Works brilliant in the dark and you can record your shootings on a sd card.. Will put a video of how good it works soon..
     

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    Do you want to give us a rundown of what you've built there.

    What illuminator you are using and what range you get from it?
     
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    That is one nice looking and tidy bit of kit you have built for yourself there...How much did it cost you to build in the end...?
     
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    This post is useless without a complete 'how to' and 'parts list'...come on, you should know by now teasing us will get you in heap big trouble!!!
     
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    That looks great, nice job, details, details.....
     
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    just dangle the carrot lol
     
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    That's the neatest one I've seen, ingredients and how to ASAP please sonny. ;)
     
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    All information will be posted 2moro.. All the parts and prices.. And even better than that i will be posting a video shortly of how to put together as i am making one for a friend of mine.. This is so easy to make i had no knowledge of night vision whats so ever.. I owe a big thanks to kenhawker on here with out his knowledge and experience i would not of been able to make this.. Check thread 2moro for more info...
     
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    Thats excellant. I have had what looks like your camera /recorder unit on order for three days after having it on watch for a month. I finally decided to get it and if the camera was not up to scratch to try and integrate my excellent mini sony board camera into it. If it is the same and it works for you even better. Looking forward to your full report. Andy
     
  10. nobbybonez

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    Looks very neat, one of the shortest yet... Thumbs up ;)
     
  11. kenhawker

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    Is that, that dvr you showed me bud.
    Jayzus it looks better than mine mate. I conna have that lol.
    Looks cracking mate. Send me some close ups bud.

    Ken
     
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    Thanks for the email baz. Mate I'm impressed, look for a small lcd view finder on the bay mate. Or better still get a lens and turn the dvr on and magnify the screen. Now if it looks crappy, don't bother with the lcd view finder lol.

    Ken.
     
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    more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details more details

    :):):)
     
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    That does look compact and very neat :up: I've tried a few variations on the home brew NV now but just can't seem to get comfortable with the screen in that position so have gone back to the lcd on top of the scope version.....Looking forward to some footage from your setup though ;)
     
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    That mighty fine son, this here's what I carry lol.
     

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    A bit blurd as I was trying to gold te designator battery case aswell as me gun.
    Sorry for the hijacking baz, just showing what these small dvr cams can do.
     

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    Nice set up you got they ken.. Ive got a few people wanting me to start building them.. But honestly its that easy any1 can do it.. Its good to see different set ups.. I choose mine as i wanted somthing light small and compact.. The quality on this little camera is brilliant no1 will be dissapointed.. Would like to see some pictures of other peoples set up..
     
  18. babyfacebaz

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    Orr hopefully going out shooting on sat night as long as no rain.. Going to record my shootings and upload.. To show the quality.. Will send you some more close ups ken to your email.. ;-)
     
  19. kenhawker

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    Nice one buddy. Its good to see people trying different cams, looks like you've found the right one.

    Cheers

    Ken
     
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    thats very neat, but the one thing that concerns me is the shooting position.

    How far does you eye need to be from the screen to be able to see the image clearly, as you cant look at a book from only 20mm away?

    Excellent work though all the same.
     

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