Originally Posted by RobF
the temp shift was tested under constant light, measured by a camera on the target... the scope was baked in the sun, but the test range was in constant shade.... i wanted to see if light was a factor on the march as well
A few questions:
How are you testing the change in yourself whilst conducting the tests? As mentioned before how much have your eyes changed over the test period, if indeed we are talking baking heat, your body will be affected. Was your pupil size affected whilst waiting for the scope to heat up?
A camera measures light at the target, how accurste is the camera, when was the light meter last tested and certified?
How did the light change at the scope or indeed at 5yard intervals down range over the period?
What was the position of the sun, how much did that move during the test?