KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

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KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by Similan9 » 28 Jan 2014, 09:35

For those of you who still want the KPC-E700 camera, we asked the manufacturer if they could supply them with 16mm lenses as standard for us and they agreed so our next batch due in by the end of this week will be a few quid cheaper. Every penny counts :thumbup:

(annoying if you bought yours a few days ago...sorry!)
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Re: KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by sunndog » 28 Jan 2014, 10:13

is this the shipment my order was waiting for mat?......if so could i have one of the 16mm one's please


.....adam
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Re: KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by Similan9 » 28 Jan 2014, 11:19

sunndog wrote:is this the shipment my order was waiting for mat?......if so could i have one of the 16mm one's please


.....adam
Are you DE74 Adam?
If so, yes you're order is being dispatched with this next lot. You currently have a 12mm on order but I can change that for a 16mm for you.

Let me know to confirm :thumbup:
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Re: KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by sunndog » 28 Jan 2014, 11:23

yep thats me.....yes please mate

i'll be putting a cs adaptor on mine. but it will be nice to compare the standard 16mm board lens with the 16mm cs lens we normally use
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Re: KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by Similan9 » 28 Jan 2014, 11:32

sunndog wrote:yep thats me.....yes please mate

i'll be putting a cs adaptor on mine. but it will be nice to compare the standard 16mm board lens with the 16mm cs lens we normally use
Nice.
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Re: KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by sunndog » 28 Jan 2014, 11:41

cheers fella

if theres little or no difference between the two 16mm lenes the lads won't have to bother messing about with hacksaws and stuff.
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Re: KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by Similan9 » 28 Jan 2014, 11:50

sunndog wrote:cheers fella

if theres little or no difference between the two 16mm lenes the lads won't have to bother messing about with hacksaws and stuff.
Also- I mentioned this in a previous thread. There is a KPC camera that comes available in CS mount version (the EW38).
The link below is for the M12 version but the spec is the same (the CS version does not have an image on the website yet)
The E700 will be available in CS mount too (eventually) but there is no telling when.

http://www.sure24.co.uk/board-cam-3-6mm ... EW38PUB%20

Hope that helps :)
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Re: KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by sunndog » 28 Jan 2014, 12:00

i'v not personally tried a superHAD chip so i don't know how they perform under i.r

for a camera mounted behind a day scope we want the best performance possible. but for a spotter or scopeless build the 3x zoom on that one could be brilliant, esp as it comes in cs mount


anyone building a spotter atm?....i reckon you should feel duty bound to try this cam out
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Re: KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by Similan9 » 28 Jan 2014, 12:18

sunndog wrote:i'v not personally tried a superHAD chip so i don't know how they perform under i.r

for a camera mounted behind a day scope we want the best performance possible. but for a spotter or scopeless build the 3x zoom on that one could be brilliant, esp as it comes in cs mount


anyone building a spotter atm?....i reckon you should feel duty bound to try this cam out
:idea:
Tell you what- we'll go one step further to help out.
We'll provide one of these EW38 cams completely free of charge for one lucky DIY Heath Robinson out there.
One condition: you put together a simple 'how2' vid and pictures of your build etc. for us to post on here and on our website.

You guys all know who the best candidate for this should be so let's take a vote...answers on this thread or PM me your votes.
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Re: KPC-E700 with 16mm lens at no extra cost

Post by sunndog » 28 Jan 2014, 12:30

now your talking kidder!

what an offer.....if you start a new thread about this in your section. i'll re-post it in the d.i.y section
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