How does this compare to the NiteSite line? Looks similar.
NiteSite uses the same technology which is a digital IR night vision board camera looking down the scope and projecting it's crosshairs on a monitor. Never used one but it probably does a good job. Our fabrication and style is different.
Digital Crosshairs has a patent pending rail mounted LCD monitor that you can position anywhere on your gun that you have a picatinny rail, which we think is pretty cool. You can also rotate the monitor to shoot from any position, or hold it in your hand while looking around corners.
Digital Crosshairs also comes with a long range focusable 850nm IR illuminator, not a proprietary built in illuminator. Ours can be mounted with the scope mount that come with the kit or any place on your weapon you have a rail. It is based on the UniqueFire UF-T20 quality flashlight host and Oslon Black 850nm emitter. Some customers add a pressure switch to turn it on and off, get it on Ebay for cheap since it is a standard flashlight host.
Digital Crosshairs also just released a wireless targeting monocular that can replace the LCD on your gun with a wearable mini display that clamps on to your hunting glasses, very cool, selling now for August shipment.
Did I say Made in the U.S.A. and any repairs are done in Stone Mountain, Ga?