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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 9/7/2005 3:42:16 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/7/2005 1:18:40 PM EDT by Kevin]

http://www.opticsplanet.net/weaver-nightview-digital-night-vision-scope.html

Seriously, What is this?

I saw it down (or up) at the survival forum.

They said it is equal to Gen 3, I find that one hard to believe, BUT for the price, I'm willing to compromise!


Is this as great as I think it will be, or should I just go take a cold shower?







Weaver NightView Digital Night Vision Scope is a new digital compact night scope that will change the way you view the world after dark. Weaver NightView is built on state-of-the-art digital imaging technology which yields a crisp, detail-rich, full field-of-view image in all low-light conditions. It's what you expect night vision scope to be! Mead night vision scope is fun and easy-to-use. Weaver Digital Night Vision scope includes a video-out port that can be quickly connected to a video monitor or camcorder for surveillance purposes. Weaver Night View viewer is perfect for boaters, nature hobbyists, campers, hikers, astronomers, and night vision enthusiasts. Buy Weaver NightView Digital Night Vision scope today from OpticsPlanet.com, and open your eyes to a whole new world after dark.

Specifications for Weaver NightView Digital Night Vision Scope:


Total image pixels: 525 horizontal by 420 vertical

Sensitivity: 0.03 Lux with 12mm F1.2 lens

Shutter: Automatic electronic 1/60 to 1/120,000 second

Video output: NTSC composite (monochrome)

Electronic Zoom: 1.5X or 3X image magnification with 12mm F1.2 lens

CCD Sensor: High sensitivity Sony™ imager

Display Technology: Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal

Resolution: 400 pixels horizontal by 225 pixels vertical

Focus: Adjustable for individual user’s eyes

Size: l = 7.2” x w = 2.2” x h = 2.9”

Weight: 9.3 oz. (264 g)

Display Brightness: Adjustable in 100 steps from dim to very bright

Filters: User selectable for different night vision applications

Illumination System: High-power infrared

Illumination Power: Adjustable from 0 to 100% in 100 steps

Memory: Display brightness and illumination power settings are stored

Battery Type: 6 AA size batteries (not included)

Battery Life: 3 hours continuous use with 100% illumination



Features of Weaver NightView Digital Night Vision Scope:


Built on Digital Imaging Technology: Weaver's state-of-the-art digital imaging technology yields a far crisper, contrast-rich image versus competing models. Weaver uses a Sony high-sensitivity CCD image sensor and displays through a premium ferroelectric liquid crystal ocular viewer. User adjustable illumination and image controls provide further refined detail.
Preserves Viewer Stealth: Images are displayed through NightView's premium quality eyepiece viewer. Competing models utilize a bright LCD display that lights up the user's face and seriously impairs their eyes' sensitivity to light.
Targeted illumination: Tight illuminator dispersion on target yields a crisper, more refined image versus the wide spray illumination effect of competing models.
Includes Three High-Quality Light Filters:
Green: Provides the greatest image
contrast and detail
Red: Preserves your night vision
Neutral: Minimizes amount of light to the eye
Easy-to-use: Can be easily operated with one hand.
Link Posted: 9/7/2005 3:48:03 AM EDT
For what is was designed to do, it is probably not a bad unit.

For myself, as NV is an expensive proposition, I want something that can be head, helmet, and/or weapon mounted.
Link Posted: 9/7/2005 3:54:19 AM EDT

Originally Posted By FALbert:
For what is was designed to do, it is probably not a bad unit.

For myself, as NV is an expensive proposition, I want something that can be head, helmet, and/or weapon mounted.



I would also, but for the price, if it has image quality of gen 3 SIGN ME UP!!

I'm not that high speed that I would need weapon mounted, but I bet you could rig this to fit your head somehow.
Link Posted: 9/7/2005 5:19:34 AM EDT
If it's equal to GENIII, then why does it need active illumination?
Link Posted: 9/7/2005 5:22:57 AM EDT
tag for more info!
Link Posted: 9/7/2005 6:18:35 AM EDT
big thread in the SWAT magazine forum


No, it's not the answer. Sorry
Link Posted: 9/7/2005 10:11:17 AM EDT
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