Night Vision

Armasight Zeus 3-24×75 (60 Hz) Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight, FLIR Tau 2 – 640×512 (17 micron) 60Hz Core, 75mm Lens 640

Armasight Zeus 3-24x75 (60 Hz) Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight, FLIR Tau 2 - 640x512 (17 micron) 60Hz Core, 75mm Lens 640 BestBugOutGear.com

The Armasight Zeus 3X 640x512 Core 60 Hz Thermal Imaging Riflescope combines the ergonomic features of a handheld scope with the convenience of weapon mounting capacity. Based on the proven 640x512 microbolometer core, the Zeus 3X scope is an ideal product for force protection, border patrol officers, police SWAT officers and special operations forces, providing users with the necessary tools to be successful in both daytime and nighttime field conditions. Uncooled thermal imaging cuts through dust, smoke, fog, haze and other battlefield obscurants. Its use cannot be detected, as it emits no visible light or RF energy and operates without the use of illuminators or IR lights.

Features:

High-performance thermal imaging camera
Lightweight and robust design
Easy to operate
Manually adjustable eyepiece and objective lens
Real-time display
Digitally controlled features:
- Adjustable display brightness
- Selectable 6-pattern reticle including no reticle option
- Switchable reticle colour
- Selectable image palette
- Temperature measurement
- Hunting scenarios function
- Field environment corrections
- Zoom
- Windage/Elevation boresighting
Displaying information on the current operating state (battery status, active function etc.)
Wireless remote control
Analog video input and output (NTSC/PAL)
Powered by two standard CR123A batteries
Power input capability
Digital video recorder (optional)
Fits any Picatinny MIL STD 1913 and Weaver rail with an adjustable quick-release mount
Serviceability under severe conditions
Filled with dry nitrogen to prevent internal fogging
Waterproof
Limited two-year warranty

SPECIFICATIONS:

SYSTEM DATA:
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Magnification (NTSC/PAL): 2.7x / 3.2x
Objective Lens Type: Germanium
Type of Focal Plane Array: FLIR Tau 2
Pixel Array Format: 640×512
Pixel Size: 17 μm
Resolution, mrad: 0.23
Display Type: AMOLED SVGA 060
Pixel Display Format: 800×600
Display Brightness: Discretely Adjustable to 8 Levels
Turn-on Time, max: 3 sec
Digital Zoom: 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x
Temperature Imaging Modes (Image Palettes): White Hot, Black Hot, Fusion, Rainbow, Globow, Ironbow 1, Ironbow 2, Sepia, Color 1, Color 2, Ice-Fire, Rain, and OEM Custom
Color Modes: White Hot/ Black Hot/ Rainbow/ Color
Reticle Type: 6-Pattern Digitally Controlled: “Dot 4 MOA”, “Line Dot”, “Cross Center Dot”, “Cross”, “Crosshair”, or “No Reticle”, and “No Reticle”
Reticle Colour: Black, White, Red, Cyan
Windage/Elevation Boresight Adjustment Type: Digitally Controlled
Windage/Elevation Boresight Increment: 0.76 MOA
Windage Adjustment Range: ±60 MOA
Elevation Adjustment Range: ±46 MOA
Analog Input/Output Format: PAL/ NTSC
Output Resolution:
- PAL: 768×574 pixels
- NTSC: 640×480 pixels

MECHANICAL DATA:
Weapon Mount Type: Picatinny MIL STD 1913 and Weaver Rails
Overall Dimensions: 275×70×80 mm; 10.8’’×2.8’’×3.2’’
Height of the Zeus Axis above Rail: 40 mm (1.57 in)
Weight (w/o Batteries): 0.8 kg (1.8 lbs)

OPTICAL DATA:
Field of View:
-          ang. X degrees: 4.3
-          ang. Y degrees: 3.3
Objective Focal Length: 75 mm
Objective F-number: 1:1.3
Eyepiece Focal Length: 25 mm
Entrance Pupil Diameter: 60 mm
Exit Pupil Diameter: 10 mm
Eye Relief: 45 mm
Focus Method: Manual
Focusing Range: 10 m to inf.
Diopter Adjustment: Manual
Diopter Adjustment Range: ±5 diopter

ELECTRICAL DATA:
Battery: Two CR 123A (2×3V)
Current Consumption, maximum: 350 mA
Battery Life at 20 °C (68 °F): 4 hr
External Power Supply: 6 VDC/ 1 А

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA:
Operating Temperature: -40 to +50 °C (-40 to +122 °F)
Storage Temperature: -50 to +70 °C (-58 to +158 °F)
Recoil Resistance: 700g
Immersion: 10 m for 30 min

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Sightmark Photon XT 4.6x42S Digital Night Vision Riflescope

Sightmark Photon XT 4.6x42S Digital Night Vision Riflescope BestBugOutGear.com

Engineered for precision placement at medium range, the extremely versatile Sightmark Photon XT 4.6x42 delivers a higher magnification, 33% longer battery life and 30% lighter weight than other digital night vision riflescopes on the market. Featuring six red/green/white digital reticle options for a vast range of applications, the scope includes: two crossbow reticles designed for 320, 350, 370 and 400 fps crossbows; two Duplex reticles for hog and varmint hunting; a Mil-Dot reticle for range finding and holdovers; and a German-style reticle. Its 4.6x magnification, large 42mm objective lens and higher than average 640x480 resolution offers crisp detailing at up to 120 yards. Shooters have the ability to capture everything seen, day or night, through the video output feature, and attach additional accessories to the scope's integrated weaver rail. The device also utilizes a digital windage and elevation adjustment system for guaranteed precision and an overall streamlined design.

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Pulsar Digisight Riflescope N750

Pulsar Digisight Riflescope N750 BestBugOutGear.com

Image quality and resolution, One-shot zeroing, Long eye relief, Built-in laser IR illuminator with three-step power adjustment, Resistant to bright light exposure, Built-in and external power supply, Lightweight and durable composite housing, Intuitive easy-to-use interface, Wireless remote control, Wide range of operating temperature, Internal focusing, Additional weaver rail for accessories, Video output, Built-in flip up objective lens cover.

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Night Owl iGEN 20/20 Day/Night Vision Monocular (3x)

Night Owl iGEN 20/20 Day/Night Vision Monocular (3x) BestBugOutGear.com

The iGEN 20/20 Day/Night Vision Monocular is more than just a night vision viewer--it's 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 and video composite output allows for direct recording to external device with use of a composite video cable.

Features:

  • iGEN Night Vision Viewer
  • Proprietary iGEN technology is the future of night vision; surpasses Gen 2 and Gen 3
  • Light amplification adjustable from 300x to 10,000x
  • Variable Frame Rate (2 fps to 30fps)
  • 3 modes of infrared intelligence
  • Wattage adjusts automatically as needed for varying levels of darkness
  • Enhanced infrared sensitivity; double the sensitivity of intensifier tube technology
  • Video composite output for direct recording to external device with use of a composite video cable (RCA cable)
  • Works day or night
  • Prorgrammable time-out features
  • Color output choices
  • Infrared start-off option

Specifications:

  • Magnification: 2.6x
  • Angle of View: 12 �
  • Resolution: 30 lp/mm (edge-to-edge)
  • Power: 4 AA batteries
  • Range of View: 16 to infinity
  • Tripod mount

How Night Vision Works:
Available light is gathered by the front Objective Lens, where it is transmitted through a set of optical lenses to the Electronic Intensifier Tube (E.I.T.). High levels of energy, produced by the device's complex power supply, knock out electrons from the Photocathode Screen, located on the front of the Electronic Intensifier Tube. This same energy creates a highly static field, pushing the electrons to the Phosphorescent Screen, a sensitive layer, located on the back of the EIT. These electrons strike the Phosphorescent Screen with great speed, causing the screen to illuminate. This process produces an image, which is then magnified by the Ocular Lens located at the back of the device. By looking through the ocular lens you will see the image as if you just looked through a regular optical device, except the image will appear in a monochrome green color. Finally, the Ocular Lens provides adjustment for your particular eyesight, while the Objective Lens lets you adjust the focus according to the distance of the object you are viewing.

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