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Re: Best and Smallest (monocular) Night Vision

Post by ATN Corp on Tue Feb 26, 2013 2:19 pm

Check out the ATN DNVM2 it is small and light and will give you fantastic performance.

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Re: Best and Smallest (monocular) Night Vision

Post by signifer90 on Fri Sep 28, 2012 2:45 pm

....maybe the Bushnell 2x28 is brighter? (as you see i need a 2x zoom monocular so the twilight is out of my target)

Re: Best and Smallest (monocular) Night Vision

Post by signifer90 on Fri Sep 28, 2012 1:21 pm

Trevor_B wrote:Take a look at the Yukon Twilight. For $300 US, it is a fantastic unit that is lightweight and small. Can easily be stored in a pocket when not in use. This unit also gives a bright and clear picture at under 100 yards.


Hi Trevor, thank you for the answer (I do not know if you remember but in the past I had asked advice for a digital night vision, and you recommended to me the pulsar recon 550, I'm very happy with it :-) ). However now I need something very compact and watching the products here in opticsplanet I also saw the "Bushnell Night Vision 2x24".....What do you think about it? :-)

Re: Best and Smallest (monocular) Night Vision

Post by Trevor_B on Fri Sep 28, 2012 10:55 am

Take a look at the Yukon Twilight. For $300 US, it is a fantastic unit that is lightweight and small. Can easily be stored in a pocket when not in use. This unit also gives a bright and clear picture at under 100 yards.

Best and Smallest (monocular) Night Vision

Post by signifer90 on Wed Sep 26, 2012 7:57 am

Hi, everyone. I want to ask what is a good option for a small (very small) night vision monocular device under 300 euro. I just saw these:

Minox NVD Mini

ATN Monocular 3.5x 50mm

Yukon MT-2 (3x42)

What do you think? advice?
Thank you :-)

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