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Night vision optics (goggles or monoculars) are instruments that can be used for recreation and for work; from hunting and bird watching to surveillance and law enforcement. Survival Supplies Store includes night vision optics in the form of binoculars or monoculars. A monocular is a single-eye version of a binocular. Order yours today while supplies last!
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Amazon Description: The ATN PVS7-3 Night Vision Goggles is a robust, dependable, high-performance Night Vision System. The ATN PVS7-3 Night Vision Device is identical to the ATN AN/PVS-7 model adopted as a standard issue to U.S. Army ground troops, designed to assist viewing provide reliable service in the most unfavorable conditions. Find Out More
Amazon Description: Keep superior nighttime visibility without losing peripheral vision with the Firefield Nightfall 4x50 Night Vision Monocular. Featuring a built-in powerful PULSE IR System infrared illuminator, the Firefield Nightfall Monocular produces a crisp, clear image, perfect for use in hunting, security and general observation situations. The Night Vision monocular is used with one eye only, allowing the other eye to maintain peripheral vision. High resolution intensifiers and multi-coated optics ensures a clear, bright image and detailed resolution. Find Out More
Amazon Description: Featuring a more ergonomic, easy-grip design than other monocular in the Nightfall family, operators can begin their viewing experience within seconds. Equipped with a power-saving PULSE IR illuminator and one of the largest objective lenses available on the market, this Gen 1 night vision monocular is the ideal device for a wide variety of nighttime applications. Its fully weather-resistant design features a modern, rubber-armored housing for exceptional durability. Find Out More
Amazon Description: The iGEN 20/20 Day/Night Vision Monocular is a highly sophisticated monocular with 3x magnification and proprietary iGEN technology that allows you to experience the future of night vision. Featuring light amplification adjustable from 300x to 10,000x, a variable frame rate, and 3 modes of infrared intelligence, the Night Owl iGen has enhanced infrared sensitivity that doubles the sensitivity of intensifier tube technology. Video composite output allows for direct recording to external device with use of a composite video cable. Find Out More
Amazon Description: Want to see everything you’ve been missing at night AND take photos and video of it? The 6x Equinox Z digital night vision monocular from Bushnell debuts with some of the best technology in its class. The 6x 50mm boasts a 6x magnification, 50mm multi-coated glass objective lens and an infrared illuminator with 3 settings to help provide edge-to-edge resolution and outstanding image quality that allows you to see farther than ever before. The Equinox Z also introduces a host of new features previously not available at this price. Find Out More
Pros: Momentary or continuous IR switch and uses 2 AA batteries (included).
Cons: May be a little heavy for someone who wants to wear it on his/her head.
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Pros: Monocular design allows peripheral vision.
Cons: None stated in ratings.
Pros: The IR illuminator is useful for at least 50-75 yards and uses 2 AA batteries (not included).
Cons: The case (included) may not be very rugged.
Pros: Features the ability to change the display color.
Cons: Restricted from sale to California and outside the U.S.A.
Pros: The IR illuminator is useful up to 1000 feet and uses 4 AA batteries (not included).
Cons: May require ongoing adjustment each time you pan in.
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