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Unread 05-09-2013, 02:18 PM
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Re: Longrange videos here I come!!

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What was the distance on the muledeer? Good videos.

I didnt have a rangefinder, but was guessing around 800 yds or so.
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    Re: Longrange videos here I come!!

    Need this for my iPod. I use the iPod with my shooter program. Love it, but it is very tough to hold on the scope, bino's etc.
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    Re: Longrange videos here I come!!

    That muledeer footage is great compared to what I'm use too. I videod a doe kill at 730yds and 1015yds last year. The 730 looks like a big ant, and the 1015 a small ant. That will change now.
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    Re: Longrange videos here I come!!

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    Need this for my iPod. I use the iPod with my shooter program. Love it, but it is very tough to hold on the scope, bino's etc.

    I think from what I remember seeing the phoneskope people had them for phones and ipads all kinds of stuff.
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    Re: Longrange videos here I come!!

    A buddy of mine has the Kowa for his Iphone. I just have to say that I am very Impressed. It's just a slick attachment. He put it on his Swaro spotting scope and zoomed it in, holy crap was it clear. I'd say it's a good deal.

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    Re: Longrange videos here I come!!

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    The day I received mine, I recorded a tree hut at around 1800 yds through my 15X56 swarvoski binos. Just ordered a 15-45X65 vortex spotting scope with adapter 2 days ago, so I can hopefully witness bullet impacts at 1000yds.
    . I can't wait til hunting season. Or summer velvet footage. My video is awesomely clear too.
    Hope I was helpful.
    Reggie is the guy I talked to when I was trying to figure out what I needed. Great guy. Very helpful.
    I was interested in the adapter they sell because I already have the Cannon 110 HS that you got in the kit.
    There is no contact number published on their website.
    Over the past few days, I have sent them two e-mails requesting contact as I wanted to buy the unit. Still no reply.
    Guess they're not really that interested in selling me one.....
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    Re: Longrange videos here I come!!

    Reggie got right back to me. No idea why he wouldn't have responded to you yet. He's went above and beyond for me. Took comparison pictures for me on a couple occasions. So I could see the difference between a bino and a spotting scope.
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