1- low quality night MOnocular vision.(especially wihtout IR light switched on)
2-head gear is not user friendly and doesn't do its job.
8pm Dec 2014 upstate NY
winter deciduous forest no snow, wet leaves.
wooded terrain, unkept trail, 200yard walk through woods no external lighting around.
rocks, tree branches, stumps, brush,uneven ground etc:
moonless night in slight mist rain
*this platform is ok when not moving but not good for walking, end of story!
Why? the head piece requires constant attention making it hands on, the focus requires constant attention making it hands on... this defeats the whole purpose of buying the headgear. i walked off an unkept wooded trail path using the device to give you an idea of how confusing and distractng it is.
MY RECOMENDATIONS: Just buy a handheld night monocular for half the price. i have one and its much easier than this contraption. if this was a high quality unit i would understand putting up with the hassles but its not.dont expect your going to walk through the woods like a navy seal on a raid or easily go night hunting. this device is like a 3 year old it needs to be babied constantly every 5ft.
vison - the eye piece has narrow vision which is ok and expected for this quality. the bad part is if the head piece moves a quarter of an inch (WHICH IT WILL UNLESS YOUR STRAP IT TO YOUR HEAD LIKE A PAINFULL VICE) you loose the vision clarity. when walking the head piece moves and you have to constan...