I am a storm chaser/storm spotter and I'm currently trying to look at options for night vision to be able to see different features of storms at night (such as tornadoes, etc). Of course, there are times when you can see these things when the lightning is flashing frequently enough and in the right location (so the 'back lighting' is good.) However, I don't want to just rely on the lightning.
I would prefer something as inexpensive as possible but good enough to tell what I'm looking at with the storms (if thats even possible) - probably from up to 4 or 5 miles away up in the sky (it wouldn't be 100% dark though of course due to the lightning with storms). I would also like to record things using the night vision device if possible. I have been looking at 'digital night vision' products but not sure if these items would work for what I'm looking for.
Thanks for the help,
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