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    Sytong HT60 help

    Anyone in the central/lower North Island able to assist an old , non-tecky guy set up a HT60 ? I cant get my small brain around the set up instructions and there really isnt much on-line that is helpfull to me .
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    @muzza I can't help ya with that model but this video might be useful to ya

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fax1QOlzqx8

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    YouTube. Manufacturers site isn't good. Great sight for the money

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    Muzza....a Sytong HT60..what the heck is that?..is that one of those Korean blow up rubber dolls you've coveted for years? You know.. Pneumatic Priscilla!
    Welcome back, BTW!
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    Thanks John . Although I suspect you need help more than I , on a totally 'nuther level.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger 888 View Post
    Muzza....a Sytong HT60..what the heck is that?..is that one of those Korean blow up rubber dolls you've coveted for years? You know.. Pneumatic Priscilla!
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    Still hoping there is someone out there that can do practical assistance in setting this up :-)
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    Have you tried who sold it to you?

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    Ken at 55six has been helpful but when you have ten left thumbs like I do it would be much easier to sit with someone who has sorted this already. I know how to do what I know how to do but this as me a tad beat so far..... ( thats code for " Im a dumbf*ck when it comes to this sh*t " )
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    the correct term is "techtard" and yes Im also guilty as charged your honour ,on that charge.....
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    Hi
    I have a HT-660 Sytong. I’m having some trouble as well. Can’t seem to get the reticle focussed with the picture. I can get the reticle in focus but the scope is not, then focus the scope/picture and the reticle blurs? I have tried moving the adapter in and out, therefore changing its distance (eye relief) to the scope but doesn’t seem to make any difference. I can get it a reasonable balance between the 2 but only to about 30m. If I focus out to a further distance I lose the reticle. I’ve also tried it on a different scope and rifle but the same issue comes up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grogan11 View Post
    Hi
    I have a HT-660 Sytong. I’m having some trouble as well. Can’t seem to get the reticle focussed with the picture. I can get the reticle in focus but the scope is not, then focus the scope/picture and the reticle blurs? I have tried moving the adapter in and out, therefore changing its distance (eye relief) to the scope but doesn’t seem to make any difference. I can get it a reasonable balance between the 2 but only to about 30m. If I focus out to a further distance I lose the reticle. I’ve also tried it on a different scope and rifle but the same issue comes up.
    Help please
    It's not an uncommon thing with the clip on NV units, IR light focuses at a different point to visible light. Having a scope with adjustable parallax I've found very useful. I focus the reticle, then use parallax focus on the scope to get the whole picture in focus.
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    The correct procedure here is to use the focus adjustment on the NV unit to focus the crosshair. Then use the Parallax (focus) adjustment on the scope to get a clear image of the target.
    So the eyepiece focus adjustment is for focusing the actual screen in the NV, so that you get a clear picture of the menu. The focus dial on the front of the NV is for focusing the crosshair. After these 2 are set you should be able to then leave them alone. The use the Parallax adjustment on the scope to focus the target.
    If you have a scope with no parallax adjustment you have to play with the front focus on the NV and get a compromise of the Crosshair and target focus.
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    Bring back Phil the night vision guru.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetawa View Post
    Bring back Phil the night vision guru.
    2nd that he spent a lot time mucking around with this stuff and bringing us his findings> I also miss his input
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