After an exhausting couple week search I purchased this scope. If I had just spent $400 on a really nice one the first day I swear I would be money ahead!I didn't even want to spend the $200 on a scope but am glad I did. It seems to be a well built, well engineered unit. It washes out and yellows just slightly on the 60x setting but not at all bad and iv'e seen the same thing on other more expensive scopes. Otherwise crystal clear and holds focus well. I find the included tripod extremely sturdy and easy to use. I use this for seeing mostly splatter target hits at 200-400yds and it seems to work great. It comes with a phone attachment that is somewhat well engineered and with a little time spent would probably work. Comes well packaged and with a nice carry bag to keep it nice. It has a sliding shade at the front lens for different light conditions. So far I'm happy with the purchase.
Decent spot scope. Light weight, plastic, having a hard getting it to sharp focus at full mag. For 400 yards seems plenty good. At 1000 yards,getting a little fuzzy. Ok enough for my use. The scope might feel a little cheap, but, I am not thinking it effects the product. It is very affordable.
I have several rifle scoped made by Konus and I like them very much so! I decided to buy this, and am once again pleased with Knous!! This scope easily shows rounds impacting steel targets at 500 yards!!! Waiting for the weather to try farther distances..
This scope comes with a durable tripod ; a smart phone camera mount that is adjustable and another adapter for a standard camera .
Also scope can be angled to the side to use off a bench while sighting in without standing .
Scope was easy to adjust and showed .22 caliber holes very well at 200 yards; it was also bright with the target in and out of sunlight.
Very good quality for the price.
As my title states, I really like the scope and it worked well to see my targets at 100 yards. I cannot say the same for the tripod, it doesn't hold the scope firmly in position so you are constantly having to reorient it to the target.