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NV binocular #8488600 12/28/21 02:27 PM
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Ok, the NV thread is going to cost me some $.
I’d like binoculars. Looks like Bushnell is pretty well represented.
Budget is less than $200. Yep, I’m married.

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Re: NV binocular [Re: Dave Davidson] #8488614 12/28/21 02:38 PM
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We have an as new open box Sightmark Signal 340RT Digital Night Vision Monocular reduced from $449.97 to only $269.99
Wifi remote view via Stream Vision
Built-in video/sound recording
Built-in 940nm invisible LED IR illuminator
Power input
2x digital zoom
High resolution sensor
Intuitive easy-to-use interface
Resistant to bright light exposure
Front focus objective lens


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Re: NV binocular [Re: Dave Davidson] #8488698 12/28/21 04:25 PM
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Bushnell equinox Z monoculars are nice for the price! My friend got the binoculars version but the monocular in my opinion appeared better. Binoculars sort of split the image into 2 optics and just did not appear as good to me. I had the 4X version and could probably see 200 yards with the IR light that comes with it.


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