Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by weebster » 07 Mar 2014, 02:10

m_pragnell wrote:We'll I have a update, after more research it turns out the cameras are not the same. Can't say I'm surprised but miracle cottage like sadly a lot of the Chinese suppliers handle the truth like amateurs. The 811 in the model number refers to the chip and it's a super had11 not an ex view which may explain the difference between my opinion and Poppy's, I have emailed miracle cottage but I will be amazed if they do anything about it. Trying to decide if to try again and hope for the right camera or just cut my losses and get the e700

Good luck with that seller,my camera decided to just stop working....have sent it back last week at a cost of £8.80 (just the board) now I expect many to and fros between myself and seller to get a replacement,didn't get an answer from them until the 4th message sent and only got one then when I mentioned informing of their poor after sales on every forum on the earth :lolno:

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by m_pragnell » 07 Mar 2014, 07:08

Thats kind of what im expecting, they have replied but only asking me to get in touch which i already did, im not spending more money with them so will see what happens. I threatened them with the same thing im not holding my breath for a quick or easy resolution

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by Harwich Shooter » 07 Mar 2014, 08:28

Yes, m_pragnell I agree with you. I had a different camera sent to me than the one I ordered (pictured). not miracle cottage.

The seller had actually sent me a better one!

It is marvellous, even better that the E700 that I have. OK, I had to build it into a box, it only being a board camera.

http://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/6010776558.html

If you really want the attention of sellers on Aliexpress, try a polite message first and if that does not work, open a dispute. That will get a much better response and sharpish.

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by weebster » 07 Mar 2014, 09:42

Harwich Shooter wrote:Yes, m_pragnell I agree with you. I had a different camera sent to me than the one I ordered (pictured). not miracle cottage.

The seller had actually sent me a better one!

It is marvellous, even better that the E700 that I have. OK, I had to build it into a box, it only being a board camera.

http://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/6010776558.html

If you really want the attention of sellers on Aliexpress, try a polite message first and if that does not work, open a dispute. That will get a much better response and sharpish.
I sent 3 very polite messages followed lastly by the 4th,unfortunately once you click 'item recieved' there is no dispute route,you are solely at the sellers mercy.
There is a seller on dhgate that I purchased a cmos cam from which also went wrong,sent just the board back to save postage via standard airmail etc and he replaced the board no problem,he's also on ebay as Lscameras I think,a genuine honest seller.
Miracle cottages or what ever they call themselves,well the jury is still out on this one.

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by m_pragnell » 07 Mar 2014, 10:23

im afraid as weebster said i cant open a dispute, after you accept it has arrieved you are at there mercy. i did raise the model number being different straight away and was told it was the same just a different number for a different company they supply to, its only going through posts on here that the numbering becomes clear and then you can search for the chip to find out its not an exview and there for not the same camera that poppy was having such succes with.
i am interested in that other board camera harwich,it would fit in the housing i have do you need to get a osd cable for it?
if i dont get any succes with miracle cottage it might be an option.

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by Harwich Shooter » 07 Mar 2014, 17:16

Hi m_pragnell

yes you need to get an osd cable. I also got a cs lens adapter and a 16mm cs ir lens too. Cracking camera.

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by Harwich Shooter » 08 Mar 2014, 06:39

yes m_pragnell

you need to purchase the osd cable too (inexpensive from memory).

I am using a 16mm cs lens and cs adapter with it.

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by Plowboy » 24 Mar 2014, 10:28

Just fired my Chinese camera up tonight. I had my pawn shop SLR lens attached to it with an adapter off eBay plus a 5mm spacer ring. WELL impressed!

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by Torchwood » 24 Mar 2014, 12:39

Just had a delivery of their bullet version, $120 for two. That's around £37.50 each, well imperesed. Will go in the scopeless tube soon. This is the second one I got from miracle cottage (aliexpress seller ) the box version has a osd on the back like e700, the bullet, osd on the cable.lens is mine, but supplied with 3.6mm.

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Re: Ej230/e700 compared to the LN-326-9H673

Post by Dirt1427 » 24 Mar 2014, 13:15

Have you got a link for it bud?
It's only wasted money well spent

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