Wildlife Photography with Tactical Four Reticle Sight (Images courtesy Brando)

Hot Shoe Mountable Scope For Your SLR

Wildlife Photography with Tactical Four Reticle Sight (Images courtesy Brando)
By Andrew Liszewski

While this hot shoe mountable laser scope may look like a ridiculous add-on suited for die-hard FPS fans, it probably does make it easier to track and photograph a moving subject when you’re not looking through the limited frame of your SLR’s viewfinder. Powered by a single CR2032 watch battery the scope doesn’t actually project a laser dot on your subject as if you were a sniper, but instead projects either a red or green reticle (point, circle point, circle cross or cross) onto the sight. It is a bit overkill since a reticle printed onto the scope would more than suffice, but I guess the illumination does make it easier to use at night. $39 from Brando.

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3 thoughts on “Hot Shoe Mountable Scope For Your SLR”

  1. you've entirely missed the prime advantage of a reflex sight, which is not illumination, but the elimination of secondary (observer to scope) parallax. a reticle printed on the scope would, far from sufficing, be a non-functioning joke.

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