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Re: NV for use to check on animals in pasture

Post by Horse Farm on Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:29 pm

Thanks for responding, Chase. It is one I have been strongly considering, especially since it can be used during day time as well.

Re: NV for use to check on animals in pasture

Post by Chase_B on Wed Dec 07, 2011 3:51 pm

Take a look at this Yukon Twilight. With this unit you should be able to see out to 100 yards on most nights. On nights with a full moon you might be able to stretch it out to 150 yards.

NV for use to check on animals in pasture

Post by Horse Farm on Mon Dec 05, 2011 8:55 pm

Hi,
I am very new to the night vision. We have been considering it for a few years, but not seriously until now. We have a horse farm and would like to be able to do a scan of the pastures to check on the horse after dark. The property is about 8 acres. Most of the pasture space is near the house, except the rear 3 acres, which are further out, but also not visible due to a hill. Therefore, to view those last 3 acres, we have to go to the back of the front 5 acres. Detail would be nice, but I also do not want to have to scan every inch of the property to find them, so width of field of view is improtant too. I would like to spend as little as possible, preferrably $250 or under, but if needed could go to about $350 if the reason to do so is good. Thanks in advance foy your help!

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