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Share Your Airgun NV Setup with SecurityCamera2000.com

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics and Illumination' started by securitycamera2000, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. securitycamera2000

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    Hi,

    Effio-P + ICX662AKA/ICX663AKA, this is a best mix,the two-speed scaning of ICX662AKA/ICX663AKA with the WDR makes the effect better, no slur images.And the definition also would be better.And effio-p would be better for using at outside low light envioronment.

    Sorry for we don't have high resolution samll monitors.

    Best Wishes,
    SecurityCamera2000.com
     
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    Thank you for welcoming us on board. :)

    And thanks for your advice. Actually we also intend to start a section for airgun NV setup, and it is important to collect infomation before we start doing this. I believe one day we will have this section on your site. :)
     
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    Happy New Year to you guys..........................
    :confused:..............WHERE ARE WE AT??????......................:confused::(

    Have you got any NEW and suitable products &/or package deals for us night vision guys...we gave you a big shopping list REMEMBER:yell::smash:
     
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    Hi guys,

    Seems we have left here for a long time.. Now we come back here!

    Please feel free to leave your inquiry, your question, your feedback information and your suggestion here! We appreciate. :D

    Best Regards & Merry Christmas
    SC2000
     
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    Hi
    Have you thought about selling a package of components, everything required for a diy NV setup.
     
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    Hi, Merry Christmas to securitycamera2000 This is a question for you. I was under the impression that the Super HAD II (ICX633 sensor) with CXD4140 (if you want crosshair generator) is the most sensitive. Not the highest definition I know but I don't need to see the wabbits whiskers, just the head and ears is good enough.
    So, which camera/sensor/OSD combo would be the best (low light sensitive) for a scopeless rig with a good quality, lets say 100mm fixed lens. Many thanks. Paul the NV tinkerer.
     
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    Hi, many thanks for your reply. Would you mind telling more details about your requirement for DIY NV setup?
     
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    Hi Paul,
    Merry Christmas!
    After consulted with our technician, we recommend our CML2517X + PL0075 , or our CML2497X , please take a reference. I hop they can reach your requirement.

    And our technician suggested that the 100mm fixed lens may be not very suitable, the short focal lens coordinate with your original sighting telescope will be better. That is only our suggestion. :)

    Any question please feel free to contact us.

    Best Regards,
    SC2000
     
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    Won't a 4mm lens behind a day scope give an on screen picture about the size of a postage stamp??

    I think for stand alone you want a 50mm lens plus. Maybe 100 would be a little much.
    This is a very poor quality video shot by videoing my screen with my mobile phone trying to hold it still.
    But it gives you an idea of what a 50mm lens looks like on a stand alone. The closest rabbit is about 35-40 yards.
    http://youtu.be/inUmUerjoAI
    Cheers Andy
     
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    Nice one Andy. thanks for your feedback.


    SecurityCamera2000. Methinks this could be hard work! The two recommendations you make seem to be using the ICX673 chips. Whilst these are newer than the ICX633, they are inferior regarding sensitivity. ( see http://www.astro-video.com/ccd-sensors-information.html) I am looking for the most sensitive chip currently available. I have found the ICX673 gives a darker picture and if you mess around with D-WDR, 2D 3D, Sense-up, the picture becomes very grainy and blurs with movement.


    on the stand alone rig without the telescopic sight I find that 60mm is not quite zooming in close enough (for me) for a spotting scope so I fancy trying the 100mm fixed lens set up with a good camera.

    I am currently using a Super HAD II (ICX633) Mini Sony 600TVL Box Camera (approx £20) which is giving nice results. I would like to do better.

    DIY night sights are addictive and good fun. My wife is constantly sighing when the postman delivers yet another camera :) More are on the way.
     
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    Hi Paul,

    Thank you very much for your share!

    Now it seems that there is little ICX633 CCD in the market, and we think that ICX673 has the best sensitivity so far. We supposed that the problem of ICX673 you mentioned above may come from the ICX811, which is the simplified version of ICX673 but has worse effect than ICX673. It is only our supposition. I think you may be more professional than us. :D

    Hope all of your cameras will come in time then you will have a fun Christmas holiday. :D
     
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    Hi securitycamera2000,
    thanks for your reply. mmmmmmmm, I am only using Sony's data and it puts the ICX633 ahead of the ICX673 abd ICX811 in terms of sensitivity. I am far from professional or expert on this. Only what I can read up.

    I would love to know what sensor is used in the watec Model: 902HB3S Super High Sensitivity Adjacent to Near Infra-Red Ray Exposed Single PC Board. for example.

    I may just have to spend £100-£150 to get the best (usual suspects) low light camera.

    Anyone else like to wade in? Happy Christmas to you all.
     
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    Securicam2000 If you can put say 3/4 diy systems packages together on your site at different price brackets £100, £150,£200 ECT
    With a one click checkout? I personally would buy one.
     
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    Hi,

    Merry Christmas!
    Many thanks for your suggestion. I will reflect it to our relevant department and hope it can be come realized. :)
     
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    I will happily test them first. Merry Christmas. :)
     
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    yes so would I.
     
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    Thanks for your feedback. :)
     
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    this thread is going great i would like to see some images of the suggested cameras in action this may make it easier to pick the one you want, as the tech jargon dont mean nothing to us mortals :confused:
     
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    Yes, I agree with you. We think the image or video reflect our cameras more directly to you, we would like to take a video for your reference, but there are such limitations for us, we will try if our camera really could achieve your requirement. :)
     

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