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Scope camera project (few pics and video)

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by mattyts, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. mattyts

    mattyts Donator

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    Been wanting to make a scope camera for ages but didnt have a suitable camera.my camcorder was too heavy and my phone was curved so couldnt mount it on the stock so i mounted it on the scope
    Using a clear fishing float tube cut to around 2.5 inches and drilled some holes and attached some elastic bands.The tube fits very snug over the eye piece on my scope and with being clear lets lots of light in,anyway enough
    talking here are some pictures of it :)

    The tube:
    IMG_0129.jpg

    Tube attached to phone:
    IMG_0128.jpg

    Looking down the tube:
    IMG_0130.jpg

    And finally mounted onto the gun:
    IMG_0131.jpg

    Here a a few pictures and video

    2012-03-10_15-25-35_957.jpg
    2012-03-10_15-25-58_241.jpg

    [video=youtube;UahvndTkUDM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UahvndTkUDM&list=UU-LSj60TT8J-jsq0H97kueA&index=1&feature=plcp[/video]

    Quality is not the best becuase of phones rubbish focus and becuase its not a proper camera it dosent have optical zoom
    Thanks,
    Matthew
     
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    Job's a good un came out well considering you didn't have much to work with
     
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    thats ace mate.
     
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    Yeah only took 10 mins to make,thanks :)
     
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    Hey thats pretty good, well done:thumb:
     
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    Thanks :)
     
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    Need to try and make me one of those but seriously doubt that it will stay put on a springer
     
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    I tried it on my springer.holds ok.i did use a velcro strap later though and that held it more secure
     
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    Great post...just stumbled upon a link to £79s worth of gadget....searched the forum for info and much prefer yours ;)
     
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    Thanks,yeah the Deben camera mounts are pretty dear for what they are.:)
     
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