Horus Scope - The Right Scope For You
The Horus Scope, designed for telemedicine, a high-tech, easy-to-read video device used for taking high-quality images of a patient's body, is an ideal tool for doctors who perform surgery. This advanced video equipment is equipped with a video camera, a digital camera, and a LCD screen that monitors the vital signs of a patient while they are under anesthesia. The system uses interchangeable accessories to enable it to be used for many purposes including monitoring the vital signs of a patient, detecting problems as they arise, and recording the images during surgery for later review and analysis. In addition, this technologically advanced system can be programmed to send or receive pre-recorded voice mail messages and automated text messages for prompt notification.
The most popular feature of this technologically advanced instrument is its capability to capture and display images of great clarity in long range. It includes a flexible and lightweight scope mount that can easily and securely hold the scope at any height up to eleven feet and include optional scopes for use with the Horus Eye Chart software program. The system has a built-in magnifier lens with a long and a short range. It can also be easily modified to use a variety of accessory bases including the Horus Easy Stick base and the Pro Scope base. This long range scope is compatible with the optional Horoscope Scope Port (HCS).
This handheld scope is compatible with the optional Horoscope Scope Port (HCS). This long-range tactical scope is ideal for use with the Horus Eye Chart software package, a leading application used in the practice of medicine. The reticle of this scope is similar to that of the HCS, having a field of view (FOV) of ninety degrees, giving it the same image quality as the HCS. The user is also able to adjust the focus of the reticle through the movable focuser. The reticle appears to be very similar to that of a hunting laser range finder.
The first reticles provided by this brand are the cross-wind and the knead-and-castle reticles. These two are ideal for use with the Horus Dry-fired Rapid Switching (RDS). The cross-wind reticles allow the user to achieve greater accuracy when moving from a prone to an upright position. The knead-and-castle reticles are more stable and offer greater stability during rapid firing.
The reticles of the Horus Scopes can be interchangeable, making them compatible with different types of rifles. For example, there is the Hydra-Rifle model, which incorporates a second, larger primary reticle at the expense of the primary reticle. There is also the Bullcat model, which includes a large primary reticle and three crosshairs, making it suitable for use with heavier calibers and for use as a sniper rifle. The cross-wind is another type of model, incorporated in both the Hydra-Rifle and Bullcat models.
The system uses two cross telescopes, one fixed and one movable, with a zero-zero shift technology for consistent measurement of distance. The zero-zero shift makes it possible for the meterometer to determine the distance between the two points at the distance between the two lenses. This gives the meterometer a better accuracy than the conventional rangefinder designs. The h 58 reticle, which measures the distance between crosshairs, is featured on many models.
Horus Scopes are manufactured by Hypervision, a company known for precision construction of high-end scopes and other products. The reticles are precision engineered using the finest materials and are resistant to corrosion and impact. The hypervision Horus Grey model, which utilizes the Hypervision's Trijicon AH-1 Spotting Scope, offers users a good medium for spotting targets at a distance of 100 meters. The hypervision model has been adopted by the U.S. military as a standard unit for snipers. Many other countries have also adopted the standard, including Germany, the United Kingdom, Thailand and Australia.
Horus Scopes also manufacture a range of scopes for general hunting purposes, including pistol scopes, bull barreled scopes, gas permeable scopes, the gas-powered kestrel weather meter scope and the fully automatic hunting sunshade. These are designed for general uses and can be used with any firearm. They measure the distance between crosshairs and provide information about wind, temperature and relative humidity. A fully automatic scope will have both a range and a metering device.