Night Vision Goggles For Kids

Stolen night vision goggles offered for sale on eBay

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It turned out to be a non-issue, as the miniature screen falls well within my close-in vision. However, someone relying on reading glasses may find themselves unable to see much of anything. As far as the left eyepiece, it is merely cosmetic, and flips up to allow the user to look through a hole. You know how in the movies, people wearing night vision goggles are easily blinded by bright lights? Myth.
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MV14BG night vision binoculars

The multi-purpose series allow users to operate the NVG-7 as a hand-held, head-mounted or helmet-mounted night vision device. The single-tube night vision goggle is built around a high-grade 18mm Gen 2+ or Gen 3 Image Intensifier Tube and uses a binocular style design for convenience. Lightweight and compact, the NVG-7 is housed in a durable body and has a built-in IR light source for close-up illumination in total darkness. Other features include auto-brightness, bright source shut-off and an adjustable interpupillary distance. The NVG-7 series is water and fog resistant and the all-glass optics are multi-coated to provide brilliant clarity with no distortion.
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MoD invests £53m in night-vision and laser optics

Scroll down for more… {2} A 30-year-old naval rating was arrested last month after a pair was found in his quarters at the Royal Naval Air Station at Yeovilton, Somerset, following an anonymous tip-off. “This is pretty serious,” a senior MoD official said last night. “The Taliban are desperate to get hold of military NVGs [night vision goggles] because they are hugely superior to the civilian ones you can buy for 300 or so. “You give a Taliban sniper one of these and our advantage at night disappears. We’d have a lot more people coming home in body bags.” News of the thefts comes just two weeks after a coroner slammed as “unforgivable and inexcusable” MoD failures that contributed to the death of a British Paratrooper. Oxford coroner Andrew Walker said that Captain James Phillippson, 29, from St Albans, Hertfordshire, and his 19 men suffered heavily in battle in Afghanistan due to a lack of equipment including night vision goggles, light machine guns and grenade launchers.
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All infantry soldiers will be provided with a Laser Light Module Mk3 – a 244 gram state-of-the-art laser light that fits onto the SA80 rifle and can illuminate targets from up to 800 metres away to give more accurate firing in low-light conditions. The MoD has also invested in more than 4,000 additional head-mounted night-vision systems, which allow soldiers to operate in poor light or in dark tunnels and buildings, specifically for the Army Reserve More than 15,000 new ergonomic binoculars, 50 per cent lighter than previous models, have also been ordered to be used alongside the upgraded laser lights. Lance Corporal Herbline Biscette of 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, who tested the equipment before it was delivered to forces while working for the Infantry Trials Development Unit, said: Being able to mark our targets from so far away means that we can prepare for the situations ahead and do the job with confidence.
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Future Night Vision Devices: More Than Just Goggles

The Armys program executive officer for soldier equipment, Brig. Gen. Peter N. Fuller, says he is confident that contractors can overcome the technical difficulties. But he says he is not surprised by the troubles experienced by ENVG because the technology is such a huge leap from the current systems.
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Luna Optics LN-SM30 Night Vision…

Luna Optics only use Grade ‘A’ or ‘B’ tubes which insure maximum clarity . (For more information about tube gradation cut and paste this link into your browser: http://www.binocular-repairs.com/why-buy-luna-optics-night-vision/ ) Details 3x Magnification all glass multicoated optics Built in Infra Red illuminator for viewing in total darkness Camera adaptable with LN-CAS camera adapter system and appropriate ‘T’ mount ring Supplied with padded carrying case Luna Optics LN-SM30 Night Vision Monocular out of 5 based on ratings. 3035 user reviews Night Vision Luna Optics LN-SM30 Night Vision Monocular The LN-SM30 is the latest night vision monocular design from Luna Optics. The fresh and futuristic design fits comfortably in one hand with conveniently placed one touch controls to maximise ease of operation in total darkness. A measure of the thought that has gone into the design of the instrument is demonstrated by the fact that the LED indicators are situated on the top of the unit, eliminating unwanted glare that would affect the dark adapted vision of the user.
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