A spotting scope is essential hardware for locating and identifying game animals at extreme distances, but looking through a spotting scope for long durations can take a terrible strain on your eyes and neck. Bullseye Camera Systems by Shooting Made Easy (SME) solves these problems with the all-new Bullseye Spotting Scope Camera.
The camera is designed to be a universal fit for standard spotting scopes courtesy of a simple and adjustable universal mount. Suitable for straight or angled spotting scope configurations, it secures easily to the eyepiece and in alignment with the exit pupil. This system eliminates the hassle of camera alignment, such as when using cell-phone adapters.
Once installed onto the optic, the Spotting Scope Camera sends a live view directly to a mobile device by way of the Bullseye Target Manager App. Boasting a 150-foot Wi-Fi range, the 1080p at 15 frame-per-second live view can also be used to capture images and video. This makes it easy to monitor and record point-of-impact at distant targets; to inventory game during pre-season scouting; or simply to record events for posterity—all without suffering from eye fatigue.
The Spotting Scope Camera is powered by a USB rechargeable battery with six-hours of operational use between charges. For more information visit shootingmadeeasy.com.