I think I have the buck I shot last year haunting me, I cannot for the life of me slow down and concentrate on what im doing, 3 weekends in a row shot and missed 3 deer from not taking an extra half a second to make sure im using the correct range marker in my scope that buck fever tho.
Hopefully i can get past this i had it really bad for 3 years with rifle, after i harvested my first deer i haven’t got buck fever with a rifle since. It’s pretty rough knowing that in the last 3 weekends i could have put 3 deer in the freezer but my nerves caused me to lose out.
Two of the three deer ive shot at were at 30 yds and for some reason I used the 20 yd marker for both, shot went right under. Then the one i had at 20 yds…… i used the 30 yd marker. In practice I don’t have any issues ranging and shooting guess i just need more practice. Thanks for reading and watching! More videos coming soon.
Had a bunch of fun and learned a lot of new things this fall. Deer season is right around the corner so stay tuned for the deer hunting videos! video was shot using my Crosstour CT9500 and Akaso Brave 4.
Before we get started, here is an updated firmware I received from Crosstour to enable the menu item “beep” that turns off the beep sound every time you press a button. To flash the firmware simply copy all of the files inside the folder onto the microSD card, insert it into the camera and then power it on, a blue light will apear and flash some eventually the camera will come on all by itself do not take out the battery or mess with it while this process is taking place. After flashing the new firmware be sure to go into the settings and set defaults or else it causes funny issues like webcam function not working. –CT9500-firmware-V220.127.116.11-A.zip – firmware update (mirror)
Here are some specs directly from Crosstour.
Video Resolution: 4K(30fps) 2.7K(30fps)1440P(60/30fps) 1080P(60/30fps) 720P(120/60fps) Image Resolution: 20MP, 16MP, 12MP, 5MP, 3MP Lens: 170°A+ high resolution wide-angle lens with Seven-layer glass F/1.8 large aperture and Sony IMX377 Sensor Wi-Fi Connection: Android/IOS supported Battery: Two Removable 3.7V 1350mAh Li-ion batteris Waterproof Case Depth Rating: 40m/131.3ft Dimensions: 61*45*24mm/2.41″x1.78″x0.95″ Storage: 8 – 128GB micro SD card support(128GBMax) require Class 10+