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Which Gen of Night Vision Do You Own?
I own Gen 3 5%  5%  [ 1 ]
I own Gen 2 10%  10%  [ 2 ]
I own Gen 1 25%  25%  [ 5 ]
I do not own but plan to buy 30%  30%  [ 6 ]
I have no plans to buy any 30%  30%  [ 6 ]
I own a thermal imager! 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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 Post subject: Re: Night Vision Choices
PostPosted: Fri Mar 24, 2017 8:12 am 
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I could never afford or justify a good set of night vision goggles but I did score for $5 at a flea market this.

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I knew it was just a toy and nothing to take seriously and never had any intention for actual usage but I was very surprised at how well it worked! Its works good out to about 70' and inside a pitch black home, you see everything. Newer updated versions go for $60+/- and the big online stores have them. Until more serious gear can be afforded, this is a possible option.

And again, yes, I know its a toy!

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 Post subject: Re: Night Vision Choices
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That may be a camera with a bunch of Infrared LEDs for illuminators. It is a very affordable way to see in the dark. Nice find. Any links to those?

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teotwaki wrote:
That may be a camera with a bunch of Infrared LEDs for illuminators. It is a very affordable way to see in the dark. Nice find. Any links to those?

Thats exactly what it is. Mine is made by EyeClops, as I said, can be found online by major suppliers.

I have an old 8mm video camera which uses the same setup and performs the same. Old ones bought cheap could serve the same purpose and possibly cannibalized for a more purpose built system.

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