YUCON NV 5X60
Can you give me your expert opinion to this model ?
I don't found information.I want to know if the amplitude x5 associate at the big 60 gives more distance whith a not so bad view
Thank you for your help
Steve at OpticsPlanet
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But do you think it's a good choice or it's better for me to choice a digital yucon ranger or busnell or an other digital device in the same place of price?
Thank you for your answer and congratulation for your topic.I learn many many things.
The Ranger is a great device that can be used in daylight or at night (it's protected against light exposure). The picture you see is black and white in a rectangular frame vs green and round image in a device employing gen1 tube.
It's up to you what to choose but i think it's worth considering the Ranger.
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unfortunaly my Ranger has a big problem ad Ican't try it. the IR is no good and sometime is impossible to stop the machine.I return it.
The Yukon is a little larger, but is easier to hold in your right hand and focus with your left. The Bushnell is easier to hold in the left hand and focus with the right.
The Yukon has a larger lens on the IR Illuminator, and we could not determine if there was a noticable difference between the IR illuminators on the 2 models.
The Yukon comes with both an AC power adapter and a DC cigarette lighter adapter. Whether the addition of these two parts is worth the extra $80 is up to you.
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