260140MT

Bushnell 4.5 x 40mm Equinox Z Digital Night Vision w/Mount

Bushnell 4.5 x 40mm Equinox Z Digital Night Vision w/Mount
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4.5 x 40mm Equinox Z Digital Night Vision w/Mount

UNEQUALLED NIGHT VISION. COMPLIMENTS OF THE BUSHNELL EQUINOX Z.

For some, darkness marks the end of an adventure. For others, there is the Equinox Z. The Bushnell Equinox Z is the latest offering in affordable consumer Night Vision. With its high-performance glass objectives, zoom capability and extremely long battery life, nothing reveals the unknowns of darkness like the Equinox Z line of night vision products. Whether used to track an animal across an open prairie or to explore the depths of the murkiest cave, Equinox Z provides an unparalleled viewing experience in low-light conditions.

Designed to afford the user outstanding optical clarity and a wide field of view, the Equinox Z line offers powerful infrared illumination and day or night viewing. With features such as Image Capture, Video Recording, Daytime Color and tripod-mounting compatibility, Equinox Z gives users the tools for success in any endeavor. Add to that the convenience of AA batteries and an extra-rugged, water-resistant housing, and the result is a digital night vision monocular that performs well no matter the situation.

Features:
  • Image capture
  • Video capture
  • 1x-3x zoom
  • Daytime color
  • Video out
  • AA batteries
  • Adjustable IR brightness
  • Tripod mount
  • Glass objective
  • Carrying case
  • Up to 750' viewing with infrared illuminator
  • Includes removable rail mount for use on ARs
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