RusBear’s
          ScopeCam

At the same time I've made the special mount for my camera, that allowed me to set the camera right above the scope. Сamera gave me the opportunity to have 18x optical zoom and up to 48x digital zoom, so I could have good image of the target for at all reasonable distances.

Main purpose of video making through the scope for me is to analyse my mistakes during airgun varmint shooting, so when camera was set above the scope I had to make very difficult video editing to match the target and graphics of scope reticle precisely. This process took a lot of time and was really annoying for me...

Airguns and 22LR version

RusBear's ScopeCam allows you to shoot as you normally do (usual gun holding) and record excellent quality video: 720p 200fps, 1080p 120fps, 2K 60fps and 4K 30 fps. The eyepiece of RusBear’s ScopeCam is situated very close to the eyebrow so can be used with airguns (up to 150J) or 22LR rifles that has no high recoil only.

The set of RusBear’s ScopeCam includes:

1) ScopeCam mount with universal mount system (from 37 to 45mm ocular tube diameter)
2) Camera for RusBear’s ScopeCam (supports 720p 200fps, 1080p 120fps, 2K 60fps and 4K 30 fps)
3) Remote control
4) Charging device and cable
5) Spare aquabox cap
6) Instruction for camera and remote control

 

720p 200 fps:

1080p 120fps:

Full review:

The price is 450 USD + shipping costs. Usual terms of production are 15 days from full prepayment receive. PayPal or direct bank account transfer are accepted.

Here you can find an example of video recording with RusBear's ScopeCam FireArms Edition from Tikka T3 Varmint .308win caliber gun:

The price is 450 USD + shipping costs. Usual terms of production are 15 days from full prepayment receive. PayPal or direct bank account transfer are accepted.

I'm the fan of far (50 - 120 meters is normal) and accurate (4cm (1,5") shooting with my PCP, that's why I'm sure that there is are no trifles in shooting. The problem of video recording through the scope is very familiar to me. I've used Casio exilim for several years to make my videos, but it is not convenient to record video in this way, because you can not shoot as you normally do - the holding of your gun is very different. Another disadvantage is that every time before shooting you've got you have to adjust your camera from the very beginning.

I've searched through the market and could not find any affordable devices with characteristics good enough for me. That’s why I had to invent my RusBear's ScopeCam. I've tested it in different conditions and situations: winter (-10c (14F) and snow, autumn and rain, summer heat, Airgun Varmint competitions and hunting.

RusBear's ScopeCam allows you to shoot as you normally do (usual gun holding) and record very good quality video: 720p 200fps, 1080p 120fps, 2K 60fps and 4K 30 fps even on firearms such as .308win, 7,62х54R, .30-06 Springfield calibers. There is enough space and rubber eyepiece not to heart your eyebrow when shooting with hight recoil guns.

 

The set of RusBear’s ScopeCam Firearms edition includes:

1)       ScopeCam mount with universal mount system (from 37 to 50.5mm ocular tube diameter)

2)       Camera for RusBear’s ScopeCam (supports 720p 200fps, 1080p 120fps, 2K 60fps and 4K 30 fps)

3)       Remote control

4)       Charging device and cable

5)       Spare aquabox cap

6)       Instruction for camera and remote control

 

RusBear’s ScopeCam allows you to shoot as you normally do (usual gun holding) and record excellent quality slow motion video. There are 2 variants: (1) guns below 150J (110 ft-lb), (2) guns above 150J (110 ft-lb).

Then I've decided to make universal mount for my Casio camera (there are several analogs in the market as you may know). This mount solved the problem of every time camera set up, but still I could not shoot with normal gun holding and that was the problem.

Now I can say for sure, that I'm, as a very exigent shooter, satisfied with my invention and it is 3 times cheaper than GoPro Eagle Eye (that does not include camera itself) and in RusBear’s ScopeCam camera itself is included in the package!=

History

RusBear’s ScopeCam
Development

BigBore Airgun or FireArms Edition of RusBear’s ScopeCam

RusBear’s
ScopeCam

Here you can find some examples of video recording with RusBear's ScopeCam and full review: