Yukon NV 5x60 Gen 1 Nightvision Monocular
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Manufacturer code: YUK-24065 | Our code: 100911
The NV 5x60 Nightvision monocular not only is remarkable for its magnification, but also for its stunning ability as a night vision device. The 60mm objective lens employed in the design provides excellent magnification. Along with these features, the device has optimal dimensions and weight. Having a 5x power, the image has a high resolution of around 40 lines/mm. Therefore, to view distances of a quarter of a kilometer is simple of the NV 5x60 - which makes it a precious tool, not only for hunters in the field but also for individuals who need night vision devices for guarding, search etc.
• Extra High Magnification
• Large Aperture Objective Lens
• High Resolution
• Fine Ergonomics
• Tripod Adaptable
• Photo- and Video Adaptable
|Dimensions||H: 9.3cm x L: 20.6cm x D: 7cm|
|Objective Lens Diameter||60 mm|
|Viewing Range||300 m|
|Infrared Illuminator||CF-Super Tube|
|Battery Type||3V CR123A Lithium (not included)|
Review by Bernard Pentecost
Cant fault the product simple to use and well built. The instruction book isnt the greatest but then theres only two controls on it.
Review by Jm
Excellent value for money and as described. As it comes 3050m perfect vision 50100m still good 100150M beginning to stretch it; but use it in conjunction with additional illumination (like a nightmaster IR)and the distance you can see far exceeds expectations 300m easy. All in all great value for money and Im well satisfied.
Review by Guernsey.
Early days but appears to be reasonable quality a reasonable price. Used it a few times so far my only comment would be the definition of the barn owl wildlife on the pond could be better/sharper but early days.
Review by Canada1
Not what I hoped for. I was trying to spot Manx shearwaters at night on Lundy island but the scope didnt pick them up hardly at all. When I did get a brief glimpse I couldnt track them. Using the IR button didnt help either (a very focussed beam). Maybe the magnification was too great. I probably bought the wrong model. Less magnification would probably be better in my scenario. So maybe not the fault of this model and down to my selection.