Glad you asked.
It is only a 6X scope and by the time I get the scope back on target, I missed seeing the hit placement.
I could not see the hits at all. Every so often I would stop and rewind the video I had mounted to the spotting scope, but even through the small phone screen I still could not correctly ID the placements. A couple of times I did aim, then look at the phone when I shot...then I could see I was close. I thin decided to just shoot for placement and adjust for the next trip to the range. When I got home and loaded them up on my desk top, I could then see how ever so close they were. If I had known at the time, I would have. I was POA on the 5" gong and most hits were 5" low and slightly right. I had several videos going and when I put them all together, it was easy to see what I was doing wrong when I did try to do something else. In the video you can even see that once I held the rifle but and still hit in the same place.
I even took a dry erase marker and marked the hits on my computer screen
I am glad you can see the target at 200 yards. I can't...either the target is blurry or the sights are blurry and is why I had to switch to a scope.
Also, I have the scope adjusted where I want it at 200 yards, my objective was to shoot for placement and use "elevation" only rather than adjust the scope.
I have my POA set for 25, 50, 75, 100, 150, 200, 265 and was setting it for 225.
One camera at the target and one on me. I also have a gopro at the target.
POA at 200 yards in order to place hits on target.