Children’s Night Vision Monocular Helps Kids Live Out Spy Kids Fantasy

Night Vision Monoculars

Well, assuming they have yet to discover the difference between a bad movie and a good one, surely they wont mind getting some spy gear of their own such as this Childrens Night Vision Monocular . Retailing for $69.95 , this is not exactly an impulse purchase, but it is still affordable enough to buy without causing irreversible damage to your bank balance at the end of the month. To put it plainly, this night vision monocular allows children to observe subjects in near-complete darkness, since it relies on a similar type of infrared LEDs that see action in home security cameras.
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Shirtpocket Night Vision Monocular

New Arrivals at Hammacher Schlemmer

Fret not more, that need not remain a figment of your imagination with the $179.95 Shirtpocket Night Vision Monocular . To put it in a nutshell, the Shirtpocket Night Vision Monocular is a compact night vision monocular which will fit comfortably into most pockets. It is rather small and compact, being no larger than a tape measure, and is more than capable of delivering handy night optics so that you can spot wildlife in either dusks ambient light or the total darkness of a moonless night. Either that, or you can stake outdoors of your own home, looking at your daughters bedroom window to make sure no creepy dudes who sparkle in the morning make their way up the wall and enter her room only to watch her sleep. The Shirtpocket Night Vision Monocular will rely on active infrared technology to illuminate subjects up to 82 away and thanks to its CCD sensor, you get crisp black and white images.
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New Arrivals at Hammacher Schlemmer

These Russian-manufactured items sell for AUS$459 and AUS$506 respectively – we tried them out and were amazed at how well it was possible to see in pitch black conditions. Who can use night vision – pig shooters, farmers, animal watchers and hunters all find them invaluable. There are also apparently great for being able to pick out your cray pots in the distance on a dark night, and they’re also popular tools in neighbourhood disputes.
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Has the New Digital Pulsar Recon 750 Night Vision Monocular Caught Up with Image Intensifiers?

Coming with a light gathering capacity of (F/d=1.0), the 750 produces incredibly clear images up to massive 400meters. To help make this possible, it comes with a powerful built in 780nm IR Illuminator that helps provide an extra light source for the monocular to intensify. Many regular image intensifier night vision users will favour the traditional green images from gen 1, gen2, and gen3 devices, arguing that the human eye picks up more shades of green than any other colour!
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The Only Picture Taking Night Vision Monocular

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The device also auto adjusts the settings depending on how much light is available so that you always get a nice clear image. The camera is capable of capturing from 2 frames per second up to 30 fps and stores those images on a 512MB SD card that can hold up to 400 images at a resolution of 510 x 490 pixels. The monocular has a 70 field of view at a 70 yard distance. Four viewing colours can be selected so you can always comfortably view your subject at any time of the day and night.
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