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    A way to see piston wash

    Look what I got to look at piston wash. It has a long flexible shaft with a tiny camera with a bright ass LED light. You look at the images on the LCD screen and you can adjust the brightness of the light also. It is pretty cool, I suck it all the way down into an ex.port, I could see the power valve an all!
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    Ive been looking at a different brand and was going to buy it tomarrow.Now,this one looks better,and its Snap On.COOL!

    Nice cat btw...

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    cool...how much are they?

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    Woody what brand were u looking at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmg97gp View Post
    ...a tiny camera... LCD screen...
    What is the video resolution?

    Can you view the images on a larger screen, or save the video for later viewing on a computer?

    Edit: Found it
    PDF spec sheet
    - 8mm diameter imager head fits into most spark plug holes
    – High intensity LED’s direct light where it is needed
    – 36” long obedient shaft for added reach
    – .75” shaft bend radius for great flexibility

    • Excellent Image Quality
    – 320 x 240 Display Resolution
    – 720 x 480 Imager Resolution when using the video-out port to an external monitor
    – 2.4” Color LCD provides a larger viewing image than eyepiece borescopes
    – Close focus range from 0.5” to 12”
    – Video Out Port



    I have an analog ProVision fiber optic borescope.

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    Getting ready to buy one now.Could you pull a plug and try it out and give me your opinion on how well it works? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    What is the video resolution?

    Can you view the images on a larger screen, or save the video for later viewing on a computer?

    Edit: Found it
    - 8mm diameter imager head fits into most spark plug holes
    – High intensity LED’s direct light where it is needed
    – 36” long obedient shaft for added reach
    – .75” shaft bend radius for great flexibility

    • Excellent Image Quality
    – 320 x 240 Display Resolution
    – 720 x 480 Imager Resolution when using the video-out port to an external monitor
    – 2.4” Color LCD provides a larger viewing image than eyepiece borescopes
    – Close focus range from 0.5” to 12”
    – Video Out Port


    I have an analog ProVision fiber optic borescope.

    Hows the res?Can you save video?

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    The res is great, It comes wth a cable so you can hook it to a TV. Since you can veiw it on a TV, I would say there is a way to record and save the image.




    The cat loves it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    Woody what brand were u looking at?
    Provision

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altezza01 View Post
    cool...how much are they?
    $410.00

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