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Night Vision Binoculars, Goggles, Scopes and Riflescopes Reviews and Guides.

Night vision optics make use of image-enhancement technology to improve the images we see in darkness. Night optic systems collect light which may be visible, minimal or infrared, then amplifies the intensity and presents it on a screen. The objective lens does the important function of gathering incidental light or infrared radiation. Inside the device, the real action of night vision optics begins.

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Armasight WWZ 4X Night Vision Gen 1 Rifle Scope Armasight WWZ 4X Night Vision Gen 1 Rifle Scope $379.00
ATN X Sight II HD Day/Night Vision Rifle Scope 5 20x WiFi 1080p GPS DGWSXS520Z ATN X Sight II HD Day/Night Vision Rifle Scope 5 20x WiFi 1080p GPS DGWSXS520Z $521.99
NH 1 Night Vision Rifle Scope w/ built in IR Illuminator Russian Made NEW NH 1 Night Vision Rifle Scope w/ built in IR Illuminator Russian Made NEW $164.95
Night Owl Optics XGEN Night Vision Scope NEW Night Owl Optics XGEN Night Vision Scope NEW $33.00
SIMRAD KN203FAB NIGHT VISION RIFLE SCOPE SIMRAD KN203FAB NIGHT VISION RIFLE SCOPE $1,199.99
Canis Latrans PVS 14 / AN Digital Night Vision Monocular Scope NVG USA SHIP Canis Latrans PVS 14 / AN Digital Night Vision Monocular Scope NVG USA SHIP $229.88
T3C 2 Russian Night Vision Scope Image Intensifier Russian NEW SURPLUS T3C 2 Russian Night Vision Scope Image Intensifier Russian NEW SURPLUS $114.50
MoonLight NV 100 Night Vision Scope/Binocular MoonLight NV 100 Night Vision Scope/Binocular $69.99
AN/PVS 2 Night Vision Scope AN/PVS 2 Night Vision Scope $476.00
Night Vision Scope Clip on Digital Crosshairs 1000 with extra batteries Gen2 Night Vision Scope Clip on Digital Crosshairs 1000 with extra batteries Gen2 $555.00

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The light is passed through the image-intensifier tube to transform the photons, or the wavelengths of light, into electrons using a photocathode. This function is powered by an onboard battery. The electrons are multiplied by the micro channel plate in the image intensifier tube with the use of fiber-optic technology.

The electrons will then hit the phosphor-coated screen in the same position as when they entered the image-intensifier tube. The electrons, due to their impact contact with the phosphor-coated screen, will release photons that produce the green image on the screen. This image will be seen through the ocular lens, which will enable you to adjust and magnify the image.