I was wondering how light intensity is affecting the chrony's reading.
I was shooting with the pistol clubs chrony today and what I saw was very disturbing at first till one of the other members told me that the bad light does affect the readings.
For example. Good light with nice sun: 750-770 ft/s
Light clouds no sun: 720-740 ft/s
Darker cloud: anything go even had a 50.7ft/s. had some around 400and 500 and them a lot did not register at all.
Even had a few non regesters with a .357 magnum in dark cloud.
How sensitive are chronys to light and what is the ideal light conditions for them to give a true reading.