Night Vision Binoculars with Hard Carrying Case


Night Vision Binocular Combo Pack with Hard Carrying Case and 16GB SD card

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Infrared Night Vision Binoculars

There are multiple different types of night vision devices on the market today. There are night vision scopes that the military uses, and depending on the generation of the device, those can be very expensive, with prices over $5,000. Infrared scopes give you almost the same capabilities to see in the dark but are much more affordable.

IR technology uses infrared light to illuminate images in the dark. We can’t see it, but infrared light is actually all around us. IR cameras detect these invisible infrared wavelengths, enabling the camera to see in the dark. Do not get infrared scopes mixed up with thermal scopes. Thermal scopes detect heat and infrared scopes detect wavelengths.

The infrared bino we offer gives you the ability to see in the dark to over 900 ft and gives you the ability to record what you’re looking at. The bino has a slot for an SD card of up to 32GB storage capacity. Even though the infrared scope is made for nighttime use, this bino can also be used in the daylight, Unlike night vision scopes which become useless when exposed to bright lights.

What’s in the Case?

Our infrared bino package comes with a hard water-resistant pelican-style case which will help you protect this very important piece of equipment. It also comes with 6 AA batteries to power the bino and a 16GB SD card. This package comes with everything you need to take it home and start using it right away. You won’t have to buy any extra components to make your purchase work properly.

What Can it Do?

This infrared scope has the capability to zoom in and look at an object like wildlife or an intruder from a safe distance. You can also record what you’re looking at to show your friends or the authorities if you have recorded illegal activity. My testimonial on using the infrared bino really helped me out. I was in a campsite, and when I left my RV at 4 AM there was a round, black figure right next to the RV. I had no idea what it was so I went back inside, got my infrared bino and zoomed in. I still had no idea what it was, but it finally left and I took my recording and showed it to a friend of mine and discovered it was a gray fox. The things you can capture with this piece of equipment will amaze you.

So why do I need a night vision device during a SHTF event? What can happen? Is the light off? Has an asteroid fallen to Earth? Have zombies risen? Or have we just used up all of our Planet’s supplies? The only answer is that darkness has come. That is why we need night vision devices.

First, to see in the darkness But not just for that.

Of course, you may need different night vision devices, thermal imaging cameras, etc. to help you recognize the danger in the dark.

So, if a fight at night is inevitable. What should you do?

For starters, you can blind your opponent. Tactical flashlight can be used to temporarily blind and disorient the opponent. Tactical flashlights can be both manual and weapon-mounted. They can also be used as ordinary pathfinder lights. And in order not to be blinded yourself – use a night vision device with automated tubes.

You always need to know where your enemy is so as not to be caught by surprise.

Thermal imaging devices are designed for all-weather and round-the-clock monitoring of the location and movement of people and equipment, the detection of hidden and hidden objects or targets in vast areas, hidden surveillance, stalking and so on. It is an excellent device for apocalyptic surveillance, as it can be carried out in any climatic conditions: in fog, smoke and total darkness.

It is possible to talk about the characteristics of optical devices endlessly – let us focus only on the most important parameters.

When choosing a thermal imaging camera you should pay attention to the image resolution of the device – the higher it is, the better: budget gadgets produce 240×180 pixels. Expensive models support a resolution of 640×480 and even higher. At the same time you should not forget about the operating temperature range – for most tasks (even during the Apocalypse) there is enough range from -10 to +150 degrees.

As for night vision devices, you should pay attention to the level of optical magnification – it is better if at least 5x zoom is supported. Do not forget about the range of observation – good devices allow you to observe objects at a distance of at least 200 meters.

Night vision devices are becoming more common and are more readily available to consumers in the civilian market, as they were originally designed for night combat or reconnaissance. It can now be found with the military or law enforcement forces, or with special operations organizations, and with you the general consumer

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