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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. Harwich Shooter

    Harwich Shooter Donator

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    Just set up with one of those ICX633 chips using a camera board. Really good picture out to 60 metres plus. Give me a couple of days and I will post some pics. The missus takes a dim view of me playing DIY NV over the holidays. :)
     
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    Sounds good, await your nice pictures! :up:
     
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    send the boss to the sales and get on with it can't wait for the pctures :up: :D:laff:
     
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    Took a picture last night. Not easy with a digital camera which does not do it justice. For illumination, i used a homemade IR torch. It is a silver ultrafire with a sliding focus piece at the front with a plastic aspheric lens. I soldered in a 5 watt, 3 led 850nm unit that I robbed from a drop in.
    The housebricks in the picture are at 52 metres. I still have to play with the focus/ scope crosshair combo but am really pleased with the results. The board camera is http://www.aliexpress.com/item/1-4-CCD-Camera-Board-ICX633-CXD3142-420TVL/691651194.html $12.55 US
    Like I said before, not high resolution (don't need it) but high sensitivity. You have to order the lens and lead separately. Only took 13 days to get here from China.

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    The only illumination was from the IR torch. The reflections in the summer house window and any other reflections are from the IR torch!

    P.S. the screwheads that you can see in the pic on the woodwork of the summerhouse are at 40metre range. They are about 5mm in diameter. Not far off the size of the Rabbits eye!

    I have also got the http://www.aliexpress.com/item/CCD-...ICX633-Nextchip-NVP2030-480TVL/691654025.html with OSD for a scopeless/spotter set up. (later)
     
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    I have just received a sony ccd effio-700tvl with a 9mm-22mm lens. The only question I have for the moment is it has what appears to be an additional power supply. What is it for?

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    they are for plug in ir leds power supply
     
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    Thanks Garry. Now I know I wont be going to put any voltage through it lol
     
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    Don't think you will get any sense out of them for a couple of weeks. Chinese new year and a big p*ss up. :)
     
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    Hi,

    Sorry for my late reply, we didn't get any notification when your new replies came.

    The filter of this camera can be removed if you need. It is 850nm IR sensitive, so normally it doesn't need to remove the filter.

    Any question please feel free to contact us by email: info@securitycamera2000.com we will reply you within 24hours.

    Best Regards,
    Securitycamera2000
     
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    Hi all,

    Thank you for your support to Securitycamera2000.com for long!!

    As you know, Chinese New Year is coming and we will have a leave from 29th of Jan. to 3rd of Feb. During this period, if you have any question regarding our products, please feel free to contact us by email to info@securitycamera2000.com our on-duty colleagues will reply you within 24hours.

    Thank you again.

    Best Regards,
    Securitycamera2000
     
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    We come back to work!! Any question please feel free to contact us. Best Regards, Securitycamera2000
     
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    Can you recomend a camera board for nv
     
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    To be fair to SC2000 I think you'd be better off starting a thread and explaining what sort of shooting you want it for and what your budget is. There have been several threads on this topic recently and it's possible that you may find the answer in one of those but it does depend very much on your personal requirements.
     
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    Will do cheers terry.
     
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    Hi, Could you please give us more details of your requirement? Look forward to hearing from you soon. Best Regards, Securitycamera2000
     
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    Not many US customers here!
     
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    I seems a shame that security cam don't seem to want to help members, but simply use the site for free advertising!
     

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