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Bushnell Equinox Z Digital Night Vision Monocular


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  • Digital Night Vision monocular with magnification,digital zoom and a objective lens
  • Day or nighttime use (Daytime color with IR off); built in Infrared Illuminator for long distance viewing up to a 1000 ft. viewing distance
  • Multicoated glass objectives produces outstanding optical clarity; Picatinny style rail for accessory mounting
  • Video out capability; video recording and image capture using up to 32GB Micro SD Card (sold separately)
  • Rugged water-resistant housing; tripod mountable; operates on 4 AA batteries (not included)

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Bushnell Equinox Digital Night Vision Black Monocular

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00Q2DOHTE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,663 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's a lot of fun to see what all is out there at night.
Bigbore
PROS: 1) Seeing in total darkness - The IR2 setting gives you like a black and white view and it is really clear.
Dr. Wally M. Viray
I like that this is dual-function, in that it works in the daytime as well as night.
Zack Davisson

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68 of 70 people found the following review helpful By C. Hill HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on April 27, 2014
Size Name: 6 x 50mm
Length: 2:33 Mins
***** Updated 7/8/2014 to reflect display brightness software patch! *****
This Bushnell "Equinox Z Digital Night Vision Monocular, 6x 50mm" is an excellent consumer grade night vision device that provides a lot of useful features. I have several other night vision device, including an old Gen 1 Russian goggle set (think grainy "green" image) and a low end handheld monocular that is little better than a toy compared to this unit.

My video shows this device and the similar, but less powerful, Bushnell Equinox Z Digital Night Vision Monocular, 4.5x 40mm. These have the same controls but the other unit has less magnification and a smaller lens.
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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Joe on May 7, 2014
Size Name: 4.5 x 40mm Verified Purchase
I like this item, but I don't love it. This as a special use, low resolution digital camera that is super sensitive to infrared light. I mostly agree with the other reviews. What I don't agree with is mostly technical, and would not help you decide to buy, so I will not waste your time with it.

With some optical background, I understand the challenge that compact monocular/binoculars have with small field of view. I initially couldn't decide between 4.5x and 6x model. I chose 4.5x, but now wish they made a 2x model that can take photos. Because of the higher magnification and smaller field of view, the practical usability of this item is at least 100 feet or more. The focusing does allow you to see as close as 30 inches, but why did they bother? BTW, the front lens is focusing for the target, and the back ocular lens/eye piece is focusing to compensate for your prescription.

PROS: 1)Everything in the description for this item and by other reviewers. 2)Fast shutter speed for photos, so slight movements will not blur still photos (with no optical zoom in daylight or at night with IR on). If you have shaky hands or use the optical zoom, you should use a monopod or tripod.

CONS: 1)On/Off switch too close to other buttons. It required 2 seconds to turn off, but that is how long it takes to realize you pushed the wrong button. 2)Eye piece only adjustable for people with perfect or nearsighted vision. Farsighted people will have to wear glasses/contacts. This is an "oversight" by the designers. 3)Does not fit well into included vinyl zip case when the oculars are adjusted for most people (distance focused and no Rx compensation). I have to turn the ocular/back lens completely into the scope (3 complete rotations) each time to fit it back into the case.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Edelman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 25, 2014
Size Name: 4.5 x 40mm Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Most of the early consumer night vision scopes were first-generation Russian-made units that used technology similar to 1950s-60s US military IR sniperscopes. The newer budget units, like this Bushnell, use a video system that combines an IR sensitive solid state video camera with a 1" video monitor. This is a more flexible system, and has the advantage of being able to record images and video and to deliver higher resolution. I have a Russian made night vision unit tI've been using for several years that cost me around $125, , and I think a comparison between the two is useful.

1. Low light sensitivity: Here, the Bushnell wins. Even without its IR illuminator on, the Bushnell can deliver a usable image in very dim conditions. The Russian unit really requires some source of light.

2. Resolution: Bushnell again. While resolution is low, it's better than what I get from the Russian scope, which has an image that's almost sharp in the center but rapidly blurs as you move towards the periphery.

3. Field of view: This one goes to the Russian scope. The Bushnell has a minimum magnification of 4.5x and a very narrow field of view. This is made worse by the optics in front of the video monitor. It would have been easy to put more magnification in front of the monitor so it better filled your field of view. What you get instead is a view down a tunnel. Not good.

4. Flexibility: Bushnell again. You can vary the amount of IR illumination, or turn it off completely, and you can change the integration time in the video camera to vary sensitivity.
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