Night-vision Scopes Make Your Closet The Color Of Baghdad.

Snooperscope adds night vision to smartphone cameras

Its super-sensitive vision could sometimes see through a slinky dress to reveal the outlines of underwear. But the more shocking discovery was that I wasn’t alone in the dark. Through the Aero’s eyepiece, normally invisible light sources shone as brightly as regular bulb. Motion detectors gleamed from doorways. Some downtown buildings sported infrared security cameras (whythey don’tjust use a 1,000-watt floodlight, I don’t know). Most surprising of all, other night-vision users were out and about. The insides of their scopes shone back at me like glowing green eyes whenever our gazes crossed paths.
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iPhone Adapter for Night Vision Scope

“Once accepted by the customer, there is potential to build another 6,000 kits.” In addition, Tobyhanna is responsible for the sustainment of the guidance and control systems in Air Force and Navy Sidewinder infrared, heat seeking missiles. Near term, Tobyhanna is supporting sophisticated systems such as the Base Expeditionary Targeting and Surveillance System — Combined in the field and aggressively pursuing other gimbel (ball mounted, continuous swivel capability)/multi sensor systems, plus unmanned aircraft systems sensor payloads. A core depot assessment is under way at Tobyhanna for the AN/AAS-53 Common Sensor Payload. Additional airborne reconnaissance workload is also being explored via Program Manager Aerial Reconnaissance, Exploitation and Sensors.
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Night Vision Scope iPhone Adapter Supercharges Emergency First Responders

Without reinventing the wheel, were delivering a solution that economically fills that need using the night vision scopes and smartphones they already have on hand. Development of this unique apparatus was in fact the result of continued demand from NightVisionExpert.coms law enforcement customers for just such a solution. However, varied applications of the new technology have already been identified in other sectors serviced by the night vision equipment supplier. This adapter really is a game changer, says Firman, By integrating their iPhones and night vision scopes, professionals in the field can take the individual situational awareness that they currently enjoy to the next level – team-based shared awareness. For command and control, shared awareness supercharges their ability to plan, direct and control a networked emergency response. The iPhone Night Vision Adapter is constructed of machined, T6061 hardened aluminum alloy with an anodized Teflon hard coat. In addition to the PVS-14A Night Vision Scope, the adapter will mount a growing list of night vision and thermal vision devices, including PVS-7A Night Vision Goggles , PVS-15 Night Vision Binoculars and FLIRs Recon M-18 and M-24 Thermal Imaging Monoculars.
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Depot sustains military’s electro optics/night vision equipment

View all This isn’t the first time we’ve seen night vision for smartphones, as we’ve already covered the USNV Night Vision iPhone Adapter . The big difference between that and this new product is the size and the way it affixes itself to the mobile device. Snooperscope uses magnets to grip the back of the phone, and as such, it easy to remove. In addition to the magnets, Snooperscope also has a screw port on the bottom allowing it to be mounted on a tripod, on the dashboard of a car, and in other places.
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The slide-on adapter precisely mounts a PVS-14A night vision scope over the iPhones 8-megapixel camera lens. With a single tap first responders can now securely upload high resolution night vision photos, video, geotag data and text to their remote counterparts in command and control.This adapter really is a game changer, says Firman, By integrating their iPhones and night vision scopes, professionals in the field can take the individual situational awareness that they currently enjoy to the next level – team-based shared awareness. For command and control, shared awareness supercharges their ability to plan, direct and control a networked emergency response. The iPhone Night Vision Adapter is constructed of machined, T6061 hardened aluminum alloy with an anodized Teflon hard coat. In addition to the PVS-14A Night Vision Scope, the adapter will mount a growing list of night vision and thermal vision devices, including PVS-7A night vision goggles, PVS-15 Night Vision Binoculars and FLIRs Recon M-18 and M-24 Thermal Imaging Monoculars.
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