Originally Posted by S/V Alchemy
...I would see if this "scope" has a USB output or way to save a screen grab so you can inspect the picture on a bigger screen. Either that or a selfie stick and a Go Pro typel of mini-cam.
This unit has an 1/8" outlet for AV.
So I can only do live to my computer, say, and as I progress along with the viewing probably take screenshots.
I've been trying it out at home... inside various acoustic guitars, mtbike handlebars and frames (through the seat tube), nooks & crannies around the house.
... because the screen is in one hand and the lens in another, I keep wanting to adjust my point-of-view by moving the screen
But with practice, I'm getting the hang of it... sorta like using electric
clippers to cut my own hair and when getting around to the nape of the neck, using 2 mirrors and trying wrap (or warp as I first typed) my brain around steering
the clippers precisely where I want to cut!
I was at a local sporting goods store yesterday and spied a light rig for the GoPro. Selling for $100.00, with 3 L.E.D.s, waterproof do a decent depth
, and rechargeable like all the other modern electronics
I was looking for a decent dive light so I can use my GoPro and take a look at hulls on boats sitting in the water
(and yes, I'm aware of potential dangers diving
in the waters of marinas
This unit can be stacked along with the GoPro onto a selfie stick so I have one solid unit instead of devices in both hands or attached to my body, my hand, my head
While it would be better to haul the boat out everytime... for my basic inspections, a peek underwater while filming will be probably be worth the effort. First time doing that, so we'll see. I used to clean boathulls down in SoCal for a 'living' while attending commercial
... DON'T DRINK THE WATER! hahaha