[SHOT 2016] iScope Smartphone Adapter

Attaching your smartphone to your gun is nothing new, Inteliscope has their pretty cool system and app that they released a few years back, there was also the MeoPix for spotting scopes. I ran into iScope at the SHOT Show and they had a very interesting adapter. It’s a pretty simple setup, the iScope attaches to most rifle scopes on the market. It attaches to your scopes eye piece up to 48mm via four felt tipped screws. Attached to that is an adapter that holds your smartphone in place, turn on your phones video recorder and start filming your hunt or range day then upload it to YouTube, Instagram whatever.

Currently they have a system for rifle scopes, EOTechs and spotting scopes. They also have an attachment that includes a 22x monocular. Currently they have attachment plates for just the various iPhone and Samsung Galaxy smartphones, they also have attachment plates for iPhone and Samsung Galaxy phones using the Otterbox cases. They’re available in black, Mossy Oak Infinity or Real Tree APG camo colors. The iScope includes a one year warranty and they start at $79.95 for the EOTech model and $99.95 for the rifle scope model. Check them out at iscope.com.


Ray I.

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  • Dcoil1

    This would be great for a spotting scope to help see (and record) impacts.

    Hopefully they start making backplates for other phone companies (Like LG in my case)

  • Warren Ellis

    Are they doing an Android version as well or is this only for Apple’s iPhones? Because I hope Apple doesn’t get a monopoly on these kind of things.

    • Secundius

      @ Warren Ellis.

      I have a Inteliscope Pro for IOS Systems (Apple), there’s also a OS version (Android). But that be said, Their ONE-IN-THE-SAME. All it does is support Your Android, iPhone, or iPod Touch, THEY DO THE “THINKING”, NOT THE Support Mounting. There’s NO ELECTRONICS, Whatsoever in the Mounts Themselves. You also need an Inteliscope Pro App to do the “Thinking”…