Firefield 5x50 Nightfall 2 Night Vision Monocular
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- High quality image and resolution
- High power built-in infrared illumination
- Ergonomic design
- High magnification and large objective lens
- Relative Aperture - 1:1.4
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With daylight fading, keep the perpetrator in your sights with the Firefield Nightfall 2 5x50 Night Vision Monocular. Featuring a more ergonomic, easy-grip design than other monocular in the Nightfall family, operators can begin their viewing experience within seconds. Equipped with a power-saving PULSE IR illuminator and one of the largest objective lenses available on the market, this Gen 1 night vision monocular is the ideal device for a wide variety of nighttime applications. Its fully weather-resistant design features a modern, rubber-armored housing for exceptional durability. Compact and extremely lightweight, the Nightfall 2 5x50 offers convenient operation during a wide range of uses including nighttime hunting, search and surveillance and general observation. Delivering high quality and reliability to every intense moment, Firefield is the key to victory. Note : Check quality of battery, use new batteries, check polarity, and lastly clean the battery compartment contacts with alcohol.
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1)Remove the front cover to get clear night vision and distance viewing.
2)Adjust the focus by turning the front adjuster.
3)Adjust the focus by turning the rear adjuster.
4)Use a stand-alone infrared illuminator for longer range viewing.
I purchased this as an entry level night vision hoping to see across property such as fields in the dark. The first 2 nights I tested the monocular I was unable to see much past 40 yards and the image was snowy. After consulting with other night vision users I was made aware that the rubber peephole cover on the front is only for daytime use to protect the internal tube from bright light damage. At night the cover should be removed so the entire lens can take in light. This made the unit well worth it's price. I can see at distances clearly with this unit.
Image will be blurry until you take a couple minutes to get the hang of the focus knobs on the eyepiece and the end of the main lens.
This is a magnified spotting scope, not goggles, so pick a good place to observe as you will have limited physical mobility in the dark while looking through this monocular. If you plan to do alot of moving around, goggles would be a better choice.
The mounted IR light is invisible to the naked eye and is really useful to observe flighty nocturnal animals in good detail in near total darkness.
Range of vision seems to be highly dependent on environmental conditions and ambient natural light. The IR light is handy, bright, but not overly-focused.
Once you get the hang of the focus 50 yards is attainable rather easily . Remember to take off the day cap at night or you will hate this product.
Also when viewing for extended periods of time it is a good idea to switch eyes frequently. Using one eye too much will fatigue that eye and you will feel nauseous until you can take 10 minutes to blink away the strain.
Decent build night vision monocular that lets you see in total darkness for around 100 bucks = 5 stars for affordable night vision.
The quality is not bed
made in Russia
and don't include 2 AA batteries
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Focus isn't all that great. Or break reallt.cpuld be more powerful. I mean come on.
Three because it's still great to use.