I visited the Armasight booth at SHOT and met with Dmitry and Gary concerning the color 10x Drone Pro, here are some photos of the included and optional accessories for the digital scope
Digital needs IR and the included
Illuminator looks and feels robust
The scope itself is solid in construction and sports a quality display screen tuned and synced to a color (daytime) sensor, a filter is used to ensure consistent performance and coloration. Viewing on the floor of the show won't tell the full story but the motion and flow of the image was very natural
Note the dial at the base of the lens, this is the focus for the system and I found that it turned smooth and effortlessly, if your accustomed to digital you'll understand that you have to adjust focus often dependent upon range to target and turning a ring at the base of the front lens can cause you to move your rifle as you torque left or right. This type of adjustment had a tactile feel and no movement of the scope.
Digital love to eat batteries so Armasight has thoughtfully laid out a dual 18650 extended battery module that also has a pass through cable (RCA) for a video output if you are recording the hunt on an external DVR
A DVR solution is also available which can act as a secondary external power supply in a pinch, no viewing screen however a status light will tell you that it is recording
I was very impressed with this revision of the Drone Pro and I have asked to field test one in the Spring.
For additional pricing or information check out the Armasight website or give the guys a call, they are very helpful and passionate about night vision.