Well lads Im just reviewing the item and keeping out all the politics of what the add on is based on or if its an attempt to cheapen the NS unit.
I want to stay neutral and not get involved with anything more than just the review.
I will tell you exactly how it is. The good bits and any bad i find.
All I know and can tell you is i have been out tonight with Elmer Fud (Gaz) off this forum and we have been shooting rabbits with very good results with the add on.
We managed a 38 metre (41 yards) 45 metre (49 yards) rabbit that bounced down its hole on impact but was hit nicely in the head and a 35 metre (38 yards) all with ease.
At these short ranges the dimmer can be turned right down as the picture is so good and bright there is no need to turn it up.
Its really easy to use and works a treat so far and i have no gripes with it if Im honest.
The add on only sit 65mm on the end of the scope so shooting and not being in a comfy position isnt a problem and both of us didnt have any problem with getting a sight picture.
We also tested the unit at range and have recorded a rabbit at 100 yards and one at 200 yards and they were very clear and very bright showing the whole rabbit at both ranges very easily in a clear and focused way.
We even filmed a mouse at around 60 to 70 yards with ease with the IR on flood foreging in the leave litter under a hedge row.
I will be releasing the review in 3 or 4 weeks time then people will be able to make up their own minds on the unit.
In the mean time if there is anyone with a NS200 that is willing to meet with me i would be interested to see how the NS200 and Nite - Hunter Digi Add on do against each other for picture quality, brightness and clarity in the dark. We could put the filmed results on the review which would make the review very interesting I believe, especially for people that are not sure what unit they want to buy.
Edited by zini, 29 February 2012 - 01:29 am.