Bushnell 3x30 Night Vision Unit

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posted on October 16, 2013
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Bushnell has introduced a 3x30 digital night-vision device in its Equinox series. The 3x30mm Equinox night vision monocular uses digital technology to provide crisp, clear images, and a dual output mode that allows users to display images in either green or black and white at the push of a button.

The green display is ideal for almost-dark to completely dark conditions, while the black and white display is best when some ambient light is available, either at dusk or dawn or under bright moonlight.

Built with a rugged, water-resistant housing that meets IPX-4 waterproof specifications, the Equinox series offers all-weather performance. The Equinox also provides a comfortable viewing experience with two integrated polarized filters that defuse the light intensity to make it more natural to the eye.

The Equinox devices are tripod mountable and include integrated accessory rails that facilitate the addition of an IR light to dramatically extend the viewing range for a suggested retail price of $329.99.

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