NV for ATV riding
Focus; Is there a device that will not need to be continually refocused while used in driving & walking conditions?
Single vs twin tubes; What advantages are there between a single tube goggle (ATN PV-7) vs dual (ATN Couger)? Is there any change of field depth? Is one easier to adjust & hold focus over the other?
Light saturation; what device will best handle sporadic light intrusion from street/house lights, oncoming headights, etc?
Head mount & weight/length; I need a head mount (non-helmet) that will fit my big head and a NV device that is lightweight & small so it will not need a head mount that looks like I am in traction and will not hit my vehicle when mounting/dismounting and driving.
Any help & suggestions are much appreciated!
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I would look at the ATN PVS-7 Bi-Ocular goggle. This Gen 3 night vision device has very adjustable headgear and there is only one lens to focus. Most Night vision units will require manual focus. This unit also has a bright light cutoff that will protect itself from high light damage.
A dual tube system will give you slightly better field of view and more depth of field.
Hope this helps.
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