D760 and D740 at a 1000! PICS

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D760 and D740 at a 1000! PICS

Postby Clutch » Mon Oct 31, 2005 7:33 am

Got to REALLY ring out the D-740 this weekend and boy what a time I had. Short lived though due to the fact I have to ship it out today! :cry:
Anyways, took some extrodinary through the tube pics. The first set at about a 1000 yards, with a D-760, then the D-740. I did not have the luxury of ANY moon light and to add to the equation, a hazy overcast night, the stars were out, but dim. The first 1X pic at the 12 o'clock postion is a passenger airliner not a star. Btw, these tubes on these units are all hand select. The data card on the 740 listed below as well. Enjoy the pics!

1X Through a PVS-14 looking at a big bunch of bushes. "What bushes are you talking about Vic?" :roll:

Right here! :shock: D-760 (6x) You want resolution, you got it!!

D-740! :mrgreen: Notice the telephone transformer in the foreground.

Notice what the ELR "Da Torch" IR illuminator did to the trnsformer!

D-740 and the D-760 mounted up.

D-740 ITT Data Card, Hand Select. :P

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Postby pathfinder » Mon Oct 31, 2005 5:24 pm

Very impressive!!!
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Postby bill » Tue Nov 08, 2005 11:57 am

why is there a shading in the middle of the pics ?is this due to the camera ??

Re: d740

Postby Clutch » Tue Nov 08, 2005 4:09 pm

bill wrote:why is there a shading in the middle of the pics ?is this due to the camera ??


A VERY good question, as I should have put a blurb on what this is.

ANY rear-projection reticule riflescopes have a "darker" reticule-plate stripe. On the 740/760 This is due to the coating on the etched glass plate to reflect red/amber light back towards the eye piece. The 4x system as you see has a more pronounced reticule-plate due to lower magnification and a slightly higher overall brightness. This verticle band per say is virtually undetectable with a naked eye (in opposition to a much more sensitive camera) and in no way impairs the performance of the scope itself.

Thanks Bill, I hope this helps!

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Postby the apprentice » Tue Nov 08, 2005 5:21 pm

you can see this shading if you look at a white background
but other than that it is not noticeable. thanks for insight' great pics :D
the apprentice

Postby Guest » Sun Nov 13, 2005 11:02 am

great reply thank you

Postby Gregrrr » Sun Nov 13, 2005 8:13 pm

I cannot wait to get my D-740 with the hand select tube from Michael, and try it out worth the torch I bought from you Vic.

The darkness is calling me. :lol:
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