Bullseye Wi-Fi Scope Cam
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Shooting Made Easy (SME) just announced its latest shooting camera accessory, the Bullseye Wi-Fi Scope Cam. Moreover, the Wi-Fi Scope Cam works with conventional spotting scopes to capture the shot. Further, the Wi-Fi Scope Cam provides live-view and shot-tracking features through the Bullseye Target Manager app.

Bullseye Wi-Fi Scope Cam Features

Firstly, the Wi-Fi Scope Cam is a high-definition video camera. Additionally, it secures to most spotting scopes that utilize a 1 to 1.5-inch diameter. Once the scope is focused on the target, the Wi-Fi scope installs onto the eyepiece. With a wi-fi connection established between the camera and a mobile device or tablet, users can then use features in the Bullseye Target Manager app. Here, shooters can view downrange at the target. Meanwhile, the app offers advanced shot tracking and logging features, according to SME.

The Bullseye Target Manager also includes last-shot blinking to distinguish between previous shots. Also, the app assigns color codes to specific cartridge or rifle shots. Further, it categorizes sight-in adjustment calculations and group sizing as well. Above all, the shooter never has to walk downrange to retrieve the data.

The Wi-Fi Scope Cam is powered by an integral rechargeable lithium battery. Further, run time is 8-10 hours of sustained operation between charges. Also, a micro USB charging port and micro USB cable delivers on-the-go charging from conventional mobile power packs.

For more information, visit shootingmadeeasy.com.

Bullseye Wi-Fi Scope Cam Target Camera Specifications

  • Universal spotting scope Wi-Fi camera
  • Life-streaming HD video
  • Universally mounts to a wide array of existing spotting scopes (1-1.5-inch diameter eyepiece)
  • Rechargeable LiPo battery (estimated 1500mA for 8-10 hours of battery life)
  • Micro USB charging port
  • Power button with low battery indicator
  • Compatible with current Bullseye App
  • Micro USB cable (power only)
  • MSRP: $99.99

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