You will see the most recent shot flashing on the screen no matter how many times you have shot!
This unique patent-pending system provides a remote target camera at your target location and allows you to view the shots from your shooting location, up to 1000 yards away, directly on your laptop!
Tag the individual shots to identify groupings, ammunition and individual shooters.
See video online for more details about this target camera and software:
The system comes complete with:
- Weatherproof camera w/night vision
- 5-hour rechargeable battery
- Router and Antenna
- Tripod and connectors
- Secure carrying case
- Bullseye Target Manager Software
Works with your laptop running Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 or 8. Does not work on MAC.
iPhone, iPad, and Android app available.
Bullseye Target Manager Software
Shooter profiles allow you to enter locations, firearms, ammunition and target distances to keep track of your shooting sessions. You may also tag each shooter with a unique marker color.
When developing hand loads or testing various factory ammunition you can tag each shot group with a different color to determine your best setup. All without leaving your shooting bench or location.
All data is retained so you may access and analyze previous shooting sessions, individual groups, and all session information at any time in the future.
Bullseye Camera Systems Kit
The system is designed to be able to be set up in under 5 minutes. No in-depth technical knowledge is required.
Simply place the target camera on the tripod, align the camera with the laser target identifier, plug in the camera and router into the supplied 5-hour lithium-ion rechargeable battery and walk way - it's that easy!
The kit stays down at your target location, you run the supplied software on your laptop and start shooting! No more walking back and forth to the target!
Note: The Elite version comes with a small laptop. this is the only difference between it and the basic.
For additional FAQs:
"At what distance from the viewing target is the camera to be set? For a 36"x36" target to provide a fullview? What is the resolution of the camera? Does it clearly show a .22LR hole in the target in the black if there is a dark background to the target? Are all of the parts weather-proof? Particularly the camera and transmitter and anything else that would be by the target?"
You would set the camera back about 4-6 feet from the target. The camera is a640x480 camera (all that?s needed for bullet recognition). We suggest using some type of reactive target if you are doing 22 with a black target ? it depends on your situation ? the camera is an outdoor camera and is weatherproof.