|Vintage Original Nintendo Neon Orange Zapper Gun
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This Original Nintendo Zapper Light Gun from 1989 may have be used but is Like New in the original Box and can be used for your Nintendo Games or for a number of other things as i found out on the web
Here is what wikipedia defines it as....
The NES Zapper commonly known as "the gun" (or Famicom Light Gun in Japan) is a pistol-shaped electronic light gun sold as for the original Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985 and the Nintendo Famicom in 1984. The Japanese iteration was a realistic portrayal of a revolver style hand gun, but when released in North America was made to look like an unrealistic science fiction ray gun that also tied into the design of the NES. The gun has no real grip; the handle is hard plastic. Early Zappers were gray, but later the color was changed to a neon orange. The Zapper allows players to aim at the television and shoot various objects. Different games used different targets; for example, the player may shoot ducks, clay pigeons, or other targets. Pulling the trigger emits a loud, characteristic noise akin to a combination of a high-tensile spring snapping and a mechanical "click". When the trigger was pulled, the game blanked out the screen with a black background for one frame, then, for one additional frame, drew a solid white rectangle around the sprite the user was supposed to be shooting at. The photodiode at the back of the Zapper would detect these changes in intensity and send a signal to the NES to indicate whether it was over a lit pixel or not. A drop followed by a spike in intensity signalled a hit. Multiple sprites were supported by flashing a solid white rectangle around each potential sprite, one per frame. It is possible to cheat in games by changing the brightness and contrast of the television, or pointing the gun at a bright light. The gun thinks it is pointing at a solid white target and will report a hit. If there are multiple targets, the "hit" target will be the first to be lit with the white square. This is not as consistent with a fluorescent lamp due to the possible differences in timing of the lamp's flicker verses the timing of the television's refresh rate. In contrast to popular thinking, Bosco's theory of the Zapper working by taking a picture of the screen is wrong. Nintendo made this clear in a 1999 edition of Nintendo Kobudosai Monthly. Additionally, by using a magnifying glass on the gun, it fools the receptor into thinking that the rectangle is much larger than it actually is, allowing for a shotgun-like effect that will cover the entire screen. The same effect can be achieved by smearing grease on the lens.
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Vintage Original Nintendo Neon Orange Zapper Gun
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