Nightfox Widescreen Digital Night Vision Infrared Binocular
Last updated date: May 2, 2019
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In our analysis of 57 expert reviews, the Nightfox Nightfox Widescreen Digital Night Vision Infrared Binocular placed 5th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
The Nightfox 100V is a new type of of digital night vision device that's easier to use. It's similar to a normal night vision monocular, but with one large widescreen viewing monitor for both eyes. You can even use the comfortable eyepiece whilst wearing glasses. Thanks to a high frames-per-second camera sensor, the widescreen video monitor displays crisp, seamless footage that's easy on the eye. Because the Nightfox's digital sensor is highly sensitive, in ambient light such as at dusk or dawn you don't need to use the built-in infrared illumination to see far. There are 7 levels of IR illumination to use in different conditions. The highest level is powerful enough to see up to 100m at night. The Nightfox has been made as easy to use as possible. Start up is instantaneous, and while you're observing, three buttons (controlling the power, zoom, and IR illumination) and a focus wheel are right at your fingertips. Set up the 100V for extended periods, such as wildlife observation, using the tripod thread on the base. It will operate for up to 6 hours on 8x AA batteries (not included).