The eXp 5000 is a measuring instrument of newest technology and has been developed in particular for professional use. Through the supplied video eyeglasses buried objects like boxes, pipes, metals but also cavities and grave chambers under the surface becomes visible immediately. Further more the video eyeglasses are optimized for the search during the night and also protects against perturbing sunlight at day.
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Today's metal detectors aren't what they used to be. They're technology-packed machines that tell you the size, depth and even what your target is before you ever dig it up. They can be adjusted for depth and even set to find a specific type of metal. Sometimes they make an audible beep, other times they make a short blip. But, if you haven't read through the owner's manual then odds are you won't understand what those audio signals are telling you about your target. And that could mean you pass right over that "treasure of treasures".
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9th Century Gold Aestel Up for Auction: It'll make your heart skip a beat
Tim Pearson, a metal detectorist and amateur treasure hunter (aren't we all?) found what he thought was a milk bottle cap back in 2005. Pearson was detecting in a South Yorkshire field that he had combed over for more than six years. In the past the field that had yielded nothing more than a Roman coin for him, but this time, there was something special waiting.
What Pearson found is a relic now known as the "Yorkshire Aestel" and is the only one of its kind held by a private owner. It's a hallow "cast pointer" that would have been used by monks as an aid to reading manuscripts. Auctioneers claim -that King Alfred (who ruled from 871 - 899) commissioned several of these aestels to made for his bishops to aid the translation of Pope Gregory I's Regula Pastoralis.
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