Carson OPMOD DNV 1.0 Limited Edition MiniAura Digital Night Vision Pocket Monocular Review

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Carson OPMOD DNV 1.0 Limited Edition Mini Aura Digital Night Vision Pocket Monocular

The Carson OPMOD DNV 1.0 Limited Edition Mini Aura Digital Night Vision Pocket Monocular is available exclusively at Optics Planet. The OPMOD team of specialists joined forces with Carson to create a super compact night vision device. The Carson OPMOD Mini NVD with Pouch runs on 3 AAA batteries, so you don’t need to worry about rushing out to an obscure store to get batteries that may or may not be in stock. This mini NVD allows you to sift through 4 IR intensity settings to find the perfect one for the current situation. You can pick from 100%, 60%, 30%, or have it turned off. Seeing in the dark is no longer a problem. Turning on and turning off this monocular is as complex as holding down the power button for three seconds. With 2 focusing knobs, you can easily get your target in focus. When you’re finished using the Carson OPMOD DNV NVD Pocket Monocular, simply turn it off and keep it in the pouch for safe keeping. The pouch comes complete with an OPMOD logo to show off your taste, as well as a belt loop, which allows you to keep it with you at all times without being in the way. Since it only weighs a mere 58 grams (without batteries), you don’t need to worry about it weighing you down. The super light, compact Carson OPMOD Night Vision Monocular dons the OPMOD logo and is always ready for your after-dark missions.

Diopter Adjustment Range: -4.0 ~ +2.0
Objective Focal Length: f=13.5
Objective Lens Diameter: 10mm
Objective Aperture: F1.6
Field of View: 19 degrees
Batteries: 3 AAA
Weight (without batteries): 3.4 oz. (58g)
Features of Carson OPMOD 1.0 Limited Edition Mini Aura Digital Night Vision Pocket Monocular:
OPMOD quality and reliability
Digital device has no intensifier tube, can be used day or night
Delivers sharp, true-to-life black and white images. No more blurry images!
Compact enough to fit in a shirt pocket
4 infrared brightness settings
Power On/Off Button
Infrared On/Off Button
Eyepiece Focusing Dial and Objective Lens Focusing Dial
Wrist strap
Uses 3 AAA Batteries
Pouch w/ OPMOD Logo And Belt Loop
Carson One Year Limited Warranty


Scott Mannear says:

I remember when Flihr first came out with night vision and the cheapest monocular was @$1,800. Electronics cost have dropped amazingly.
Another very thorough, descriptive review. Also appreciate your demos at night of flashlights. Thanks

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