Bushnell 2.5x42 Night Vision Audio Scope 26-0300 has a very cool feature - it comes with an Audio Boom Microphone & Headphone, so not only you can see at night, but you can also hear sounds from 90 yards! Bushnell's reputation for rugged compact design, quality manufacturing and superior performance is evident in every model of our newly designed line of Night Vision devices.
Bushnell Night Vision products feature a built-in infrared illuminator for enhanced images in very low light for use when camping, exploring caves, patrolling warehouses or other locations where there is no ambient light to amplify. Backed by a 2-year limited warranty, the Bushnell line-up of night vision equipment is lightweight, compact and ready to use for work or for play.
This Bushnell Audio Night Vision monocular from OpticsPlanet.com offers a Directional Sound Amplification System (DSAS), providing you with the added benefit of a highly ophisticated sound amplification system. DSAS utilizes the latest developments in electronic sound amplification by combining our exclusive high sensitivity DIRECTIONAL microphone with a state of the art noise reduction system, providing unparalleled sound enhancement.
Bushnell 2.5x42 Night Vision Audio Scope 260300 Features
- Gen. 1 Bushnell Night Vision Monocular
- Audio Boom Microphone & Headphone
- Sounds Audible from 90 Yds.
- Audio Recording Capability
2.5x42 Night Vision Audio Scope 26-0300 Specifications
|MAGNIFICATION X OBJECTIVE LENS ||2.5x42 |
|VIEWING RANGE ft/m ||4-600/1.2-183 |
FIELD OF VIEW ft/m ||79/26 |
|INFRARED ILLUMINATOR ||Built-In |
|BATTERY TYPE ||AA (2) |
|SIZE (in/mm) ||
|WEIGHT (oz/g) ||17/482 |
|TRIPOD MOUNT ||Yes |
|GREAT FOR ||Close-Range Viewing (Security), Long-Range Viewing (Wildlife Observation) |
HOW NIGHT VISION WORKS
Bushnell Night Vision products amplify existing light, allowing you to
see in dark conditions too dark for the naked eye.
Bushnell Night Vision scopes are comprised
of high quality image intensifier tubes and optics.
Bushnell Night Vision
monoculars and binoculars collect and amplify existing light through the objective lens, which is then focused on the image
intensifier. Inside the intensifier, a photocathode is "excited" by the
light and converts the photon energy into electrons. These electrons
accelerate across an electrostatic field inside the intensifier and strike
a phosphor screen (like a green monochrome TV screen) which emits
an image that you can see. It is the acceleration of electrons, which
provides gain and enhances the image. This is a Generation I Night Vision device.
If you are on a High-speed Internet Connection, check out cool
4.2MB Night Vision QuickTime Movie made by Bushnell.