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New Target Forge Video on Scope fatigue?

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    Target Forge
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    See what I'm going on about and if you would, share your opinion so we can have a meaningful discussion on the topic.

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    Batman2
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    Is there a difference between eye fatigue and eye friendliness?

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    crazyhorse
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    I never use a scope for "glassing"…I do have night vision optics but I use binoculars for "glassing' and only use the night vision gear if I spot something or see movement.

     

     

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    wildcj5
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    I’m not sure about electronic scopes but in a previous life wearing night vision goggles for hours at a time my eyes would be wrecked. The next day felt like someone had rubbed sand in my eyes.

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    Mtscott
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    I believe this is the same issue as computer eye strain. There are some articles on line. 

    https://www.webmd.com/eye-health/prevent-digital-eyestrain

    There is a difference between traditional scope use and digital scope use when it comes to eye strain.

    – Scott

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    JimNM
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     I said on the comments … it is due to refresh rate of the screen.  It will always be a problem for digital screens.

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    Batman2

    Is there a difference between eye fatigue and eye friendliness?

    Yes, but they probably would frown on me posting images differentiating the two here….😉

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    Mtscott

    I believe this is the same issue as computer eye strain. There are some articles on line. 

    https://www.webmd.com/eye-health/prevent-digital-eyestrain

    There is a difference between traditional scope use and digital scope use when it comes to eye strain.

    – Scott

    Excellent material Scott! Thank you for getting involved!

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    JimNM

     I said on the comments … it is due to refresh rate of the screen.  It will always be a problem for digital screens.

    Thank you JR! I wonder though if it will always be an issue. I bet the propeller hat wearing clan might "science the S#!T" out of this and at least reduce the effect. One can dream!

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    wildcj5

    I’m not sure about electronic scopes but in a previous life wearing night vision goggles for hours at a time my eyes would be wrecked. The next day felt like someone had rubbed sand in my eyes.

    Definitely inline with what I noticed.

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    crazyhorse

    I never use a scope for "glassing"…I do have night vision optics but I use binoculars for "glassing' and only use the night vision gear if I spot something or see movement.

     

     

    Great tip Crazyhorse, thank you for your input!

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