Shoot a rifle? How about a pistol? Or a bow? Or an air gun? Or maybe an atl-atl?
If yes, then you need to take a close look at the Bullseye Camera System. It’s like having an extra set of eyes just a couple of feet away from your downrange target, closely monitoring (but never criticizing!) every shot you take.
Here’s the Bullseye Camera System in action downrange. Open the case, set up the camera, and you’re ready to go.
Here’s what the Bullseye Camera System does, in a nutshell:
- Watches your target for every shot
- Tracks the exact location of each hit in the target area
- Beams that information back to your shooting bench location
- Displays a real-time view, on a laptop or netbook computer, of each shot taken
It’s a little bit like having an insanely high-powered spotting scope zeroed in on your target, only better. Unlike a spotting scope, the Bullseye Camera System tracks each shot individually throughout your shooting session. The system monitors target status and all previous shots, so no matter how many holes are in your target, the most recent one will be clearly flashing on the laptop screen at your shooting bench. Not only that, you can choose to mark shots with colored dots for future reference.