Preview: SME Spot Shot WiFi Spotting Scope Camera

posted on May 4, 2024
SME Spot Shot WiFi Spotting Scope Camera

Shooting Made Easy’s (SME) Spot Shot camera is the latest incarnation in a line of devices aimed at digitizing the analog world through a simple, yet effective, enhancement designed for use on traditional field optics.

Using the universal camera design, any digital device connected to a WiFi network can view images from spotting scopes, riflescopes, binoculars, monoculars and even telescopes with eyepiece diameters ranging from 1" to 2.25".

Download and initiate the SME SpotShot app, secure the camera to optics by rotating the locking chuck counterclockwise and enjoy live HD streaming to your device.

A rechargeable 1500 mAh battery provides eight to 10 hours of use, and a micro-USB cable is included for charging.

The camera includes a micro-fiber carry pouch for lens cleaning and protection.

MSRP is $120. For more information, visit



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