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Bushnell 2x28MM Equinox Digital Night Vision Monocular

Bushnell 2x28MM Equinox Digital Night Vision Monocular

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The Bushnell 2 x 28mm Equinox Digital Night Vision Monocular delivers superior image clarity, illumination and field-of-view.

Features

  • IPX4 water resistant
  • Extremely long battery life and true 2x magnification
  • Integrated accessory rails
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Delivering image clarity, illumination and field of view unrivaled-even with zero ambient light-our new Equinox series raises the bar industry-wide in digital and Generation 1 night vision. The two digital models pierce the night with utmost efficiency, offering the option of a traditional green view for dusk and dawn while some ambient light is available, and white imaging for use in almost-dark to completely dark conditions. Where increased depth perception is critical, our super-bright Gen 1 model packs more intensity than any Gen 1 optic before it. It's marked by a lightweight, compact housing. All models have rugged, water-resistant housings.

Features

  • Super bright Gen 1 analog tube
  • True 2x power magnification
  • Durable rubber covered housing
  • 656-feet viewing range
  • Long battery life
  • Compact & lightweight
  • Tripod mountable
  • Operates on 1 CR123 battery



Night Vision Applications

  • Scouting game
  • Security and surveillance
  • Camping fun / Exploring caves
  • Nighttime navigation
  • Night fishing and boating
  • Wildlife observation
  • Search and rescue
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