Night Vision Monocular and Video





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Published on Apr 15, 2016

The zoom on this is kind of a joke, so don’t expect you’ll be able to focus in on the neighbors as they eat dinner in the dark (although that’s be funny – they don’t even know they have spaghetti sauce all over their shirt, but you do!).
Zoom aside, the vision was pretty cool. Once I take the day-cap off, I can see some form of shape taking place in the dark. Then I add a few clicks of the IR button and Wowzers- I have a very crisp, clear picture of something a moment ago I couldn’t see at all.
The night vision does not come with the tripod, but it does have the ability to easily attach to a standard ¼ screw on. What it does come with, aside from its own glorious self, is a travel case, a strap, a cleansing cloth and a USB cord to communicate with, and a AF cord. The night vision requires a few AA batteries, and a very, very small learning curve. We’re talking about three minutes or so, really.
I made a video to show you what I saw. Oh! And aside from the cords, it came with a micro SD card. So I can just record all the raccoons dancing on my fence that I want to record, and then pop that card into my computer. Saved!
Anyway, before I show you what I saw, I show the night vision and it’s accessories. If you want to get straight to the view, skip ahead to minute: 2.37

If you want to learn more about these sunglasses, I got mine here:


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