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  1. Due to interest we are now offering a 12mm model as well as the standard 16mm. The 12mm produces a finer reticule, with less magnification, it also allows better focus adjustment under 20yds for airgun use and slightly more field of view at the same magnification. The 16mm has slightly more magnification so its plus point is it gives a bigger image than the 12mm on the same scope magnification, so this mean you can use a lower optical magnification on your day scope allowing more IR through, useful if you want to shoot out to longer ranges 200-400yds as you can use a less scope magnification as mentioned. Example 12mm - 6x optical day scope magnification equivalent to around 7x 12mm - 4x optical day scope magnification equivalent to around 4.5-5x (More field of view at closer range) 16mm - 4x optical day scope magnification equivalent to around 7x - (Less field of view at closer ranges) For ratting if you want to use 3x-4x then 12mm will give you more field of view on the 16mm on 4x it will be more like 7x. It also allows better focus adjustment for sharpness under 20yds using a 12mm lens. Both have the same overall unit and camera, sensor etc and both work very well on all calibers from airgun to centre fire. If the majority of your shooting is airgun or rimfire OR you prefer slightly less magnification on the reticule go for the 12mm If you prefer to use higher magnification range go with the 16mm as you can keep the optical magnification down to allow more IR through whilst still getting the same size target as a 12mm on a higher magnification . Or if your going to be taking longer range shots at higher magnification, for example foxing out to 350yds. Both work very well regardless and it's down to personal preference when making a purchase. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/1080P-Pard-NV007-Night-Vision-Scope-Add-On-12mm
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    Solaris SRX IR Laser Torch

    These allow more flood to fill your scopes display at low magnification, the also have a power on indicator, smooth 1/2 turn spot to flood, the variable model has a totally silent tailcap also, and memory rotary power tail cap. They both come with 5 year warranty also.
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    Solaris SRX IR Laser Torch

    One is variable power via the tailcap switch the other is fixed power. Both have 1/2 turn spot to flood lense at the front.
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    xq38 how to access range finder option ?

    Much better option all round dedicated 1000m laser rangefinder built in. Accolade LRF XQ38 https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/pulsar-accolade-lrf-xq38-thermal-binocular
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    Solaris SRX IR Laser Torch

    We now have the Solaris SRX standard and variable power IR models available, great units for rear mounted night vision or long range with dedicated units, features half a turn spot to flood adjustment and the vraible power model has a memory mode rotary adjustment wheel. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/solaris-srx-ir-laser-illuminator-torch https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/solaris-srx-variable-power-laser-torch
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    1080P Black Night Vision

    10% Discount code for Hunting Life members.. Coupon Code : HUNTLIFE https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/1080P-Pard-NV007-Night-Vision-Rifle-Scope-Add-On
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    Tracer f900

    Are you sure it wasn't too bright for the photon and the sensor was try to limit it... Try popping the centre cap out of the from of the lens cap on the photon and it will leave a 25mm hole approx to limit over exposure if the torch is too bright up close... Failing that try another battery.
  8. Coming soon in December 2018 and available to pre-order from us now.. The Accolade LRF XQ38 and Accolade LRF XP50 models, feature the same great benefits of the existing Accolade models but with integrated 1800 metre laser rangefinder. We have been waiting for a thermal with integrated rangefinder for a long time and this ticks all the boxes, taking all of the guesswork out of ranges during the day and night. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/pulsar-accolade-lrf-xq38-thermal-binoculars https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/pulsar-accolade-lrf-xp50-thermal-binoculars
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    1080P Black Night Vision

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    1080P Black Night Vision

    Back available this Friday. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/1080P-Black-Night-Vision-Rifle-Scope-Add-On https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/solaris-srx-ir-laser-illuminator-torch
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    https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/1080P-Black-Night-Vision-Rifle-Scope-Add-On https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/solaris-srx-ir-laser-illuminator-torch
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    1080P Black Night Vision

    A 25mm lens can be fitted, but these models are 16mm, the 25mm models are too much magnification to be used in rifle scopes and they limit the field of view. If you want a spotter you would be better off with a dedicated spotting unit, with a larger lens and magnification.
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    1080P Black Night Vision

    https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/1080P-Black-Night-Vision-Rifle-Scope-Add-On Leave a comment at checkout for which scope adaptor is required. 45mm Short ( Suitable for eye bells fitted with IR controls, i.e airmax, etc. That have a shorter mounting area or if you require a slightly shorter mount) 45mm Long ( Standard, suitable for most rifle scope eye bells) 48mm Long (Suitable for larger diameter eye bell or large knurling like some MTC Viper models, etc)
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    1080P Black Night Vision

    1080P colour and 1080P night vision unit. Features: Built in recording (MP4 format & photo) Powered by a single 18650 battery, so easily to change in the field if required Built in zoom illuminator suitable for use out to 150-180yds at the correct scope magnification Built in laser pointer (set at a given distance and use to range find if over or above target , suitable for close range) .308 calibre recoil rated Locking mount, locks unit securely in place (extra mounts can be bought for each rifle, swaps in seconds) Digital zoom function, allows low scope magnification to allow more light, whilst increasing target size via digital option For longer range on centrefire rifles a Laser Torch is recommended (Starlight DF, etc) The unit requires a side parallax or front adjustable rifle scope. Hawke sidewinder, Frontier, Airmax, Sightron, Bushnell, etc all work well with the unit. In night use works best at longer range 11x mag and under. Best performance from a laser illuminator at distance out to 400yds+ , under 250yds any popular AS LED models will be sufficient. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/1080P-Black-Night-Vision-Rifle-Scope-Add-On £349.99