Having read so many stories on the Photon requiring shimmed, because it sometimes runs out of adjustment, I thought I'd have a go at working some calculations based on my own set-up, which has been adjusted to the POI, but there's only 7 "clicks" left on the elevation, and I dont like the cross hairs so low in the screen.
Its clear to me, there's a generic fault with the Photon, as it looks very much like its been set up for long range shooting, and not the usual 100Yds we usually zero in at. I use a Picatinny rail, and Yukon's own one piece mount, therefore it should really be much closer to the POI, than it is out the box (the cross hairs were 11.5cm too high).
This in itself wouldn't be a problem with a normal scope, as the cross hairs stay in the centre of the scope, however on the Photo, you could end up with the cross hairs right at the bottom of the screen, as its adjusted electronically and doesn't self centre, hence its pretty important to get the scope near as damn to the POI your zeroing at.
Also, I haven't looked at the windage, but the calculation would be the same if its ever needed.
I hope this is clear enough to understand. It may help someone in the future.
Yukon really do need to address this, as no one should need to shim a new scope.