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    guys, is there any option to show scope into mobile phone by bluetooth or wifi?

    i mean you install thing on scope and watch it in cellphone?

    even wired. im changing phones frequently and not all mounts fit all phones

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    I don’t believe there are any add-ons. There are mounts to attach a smartphone to a scope, but perhaps that’s not what you’re looking for?

    The ATN X-Sight II, which really isn’t an add-on, does have Bluetooth and WiFi built in, albeit buggy (firmware). And it is also REALLY heavy!!! The ATN X-Sight II adds 3 pounds including the requisite battery, and replaces the optical scope entirely. The Viper, which is a scope add-on, also adds about 3 pounds (I own both). None of these are what I would call walk-around devices unless your arms are like Popeye’s! 

     

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    thanks alan. i was hoping i could get one good mount. then i dont know what to do. at the moment i have note 4. but if i change phone. then i have to change mount too. i dont want it

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    Hope this helps, I’ve got this kit but not had the time to mount up.  But put together it does work well with android phone (tested)


    you will need the device with the utv700 chip… There are differences.

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    There are a few things to remember when night hunting—excess light!

    The X-Sight II has a latex eyecup which cuts down the light which could be seen by the very varmint you’re hunting. Smartphones don’t have that feature, and you end up having to wear a camo face cover or face paint. The problem is really pronounced with the Viper, because the screen is REALLY bright even when turned down just to the point of losing detail. Maybe a black, opaque scarf is in order?

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