According to the ATN website, if you have an ATN electronic scope and their app, you can use your phone to see what it sees, record video of what's in front of the scope, and enter stuff like projectile weight, muzzle V, wind speed, wind direction, relative humidity. You already zeroed the scope, and it knows tilt, cant, temperature, barometric, and can in some cases estimate range, then the scope calculates a ballistic solution for you and moves the reticle to compensate for all that. And the scope can be either a "white light" or "night vision" and for a bit more cash will "see" in the thermal. You can send the scope picture to another phone as well. There is a "shot activated video" that streams video, and when the scope hears a shot, captures 30 seconds before and then continuously records video and sound until you stop it. That's a lot of advanced capability, and now FedGov is taking names of who has the app.I must be getting old... I didn't know an app could connect to my gun.