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Published on Sep 18, 2009
http://www.max.tv/Spy-Security/Night_... The Night Vision Monocular can operate in two modes, one is a low light level (low lux) mode which can be used to brighten a subject considerably when the light level is very low but there is nonetheless some light. In this mode it is the super sensitivity of the special low lux CCD alone that brightens the image and makes the whole scene much brighter. The second mode is the infra red night vision mode which can be used at zero light levels. In this mode, the camera's focussed infra-red LED uses invisible infra-red light to illuminate the subject, light which is then detected by the night visions CCD and used to make subjects clearly visible even in total darkness, in just the same way that night vision systems used by professional surveillance teams and the military work.