Digital Night Vision makes high quality Night Vision affordable! Using a digital NV scope rather than an optical night vision scope offers many advantages to the user, including high image quality, lower cost, and great flexibility. Image quality with a digital night scope can match or even surpass Gen2 and Gen3 optical units. Another advantage offered by digital night vision technology is the digital display screen. On select models, the LCD screen can be adjusted for viewing brightness, dimmed to help maintain the user's concealment, and even changed between different display colors. Each color offers various advantages to the user - red is best for preserving an observer's night vision; traditional NV green can be used for its wider range of color shades, and black and white offers the most natural and crisp image, with phenomenal color contrast while giving off the least peripheral light, helping to maintain concealment. And these night vision scopes can be turned on in any lighting conditions. The intensifier systems of older optical night scopes may be damaged when activated under daylight conditions; however, digital night scopes can be used even in broad daylight. Most digital scopes also come with a USB outlet port, so you can record and save your images to a computer. We sell a number of great digital night vision scopes in our online store, from leading manufacturers like Pulsar, Yukon and Bushnell, with options to suit a variety of tactical and security needs. For decades, optical Night Vision Devices (NVDs) have undergone a slow, steady evolution as image intensifier technology improved. Now comes a quantum leap forward, with Digital Night Vision technology.
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Rather than the traditional photocathode and intensifier tube system used by optical NVDs, the new generation of digital night vision goggles and monoculars uses a charged coupling device to amplify available light, then projects the resulting image onto a liquid crystal display (LCD screen). The viewer sees a black-and-white image display, rather than the green-hued image of traditional night vision scopes. Digital night vision technology has been incorporated into monoculars and rifle scopes, and the technology is evolving further every day - true digital night vision binoculars are in the development phase.
Digital night vision scopes can be used with nothing but the naturally available light; however, all DNV scopes come with built-in infrared illuminators when natural light is not strong enough. The IR Illuminator is independently activated by the operator, and can be left off until needed to save battery power.
But the biggest advantage of digital night vision monoculars and goggles may be the price - these units offer views that approach Gen2 and Gen3 levels of quality, but at much lower cost to you. Don't hesitate to contact us if you need more information about digital night vision - how it works, what the best features are, and which night vision scope might be best suited to your requirements. Our on-staff product experts are able to answer all your questions and help guide you to buying the best digital night vision scope for your needs. That, combined with our great prices and quality customer service, makes us the best place to buy digital night vision online... or anywhere else, for that matter!