Bushnell 26-0542 Monocular
Price Range:$319.99 to $678.52
No telling how you ll react when faced with what lurks after dark, but with Bushnell Night Vision, time will never again dictate your hours... Read More
No telling how you ll react when faced with what lurks after dark, but with Bushnell Night Vision, time will never again dictate your hours of operation. These optics turn night into day with built-in infrared illuminators and advanced light-gathering technology. We even added a new StealthView digital model that uses an infrared spotlight for long-range brightness and clarity. The entire lineup is perfect for camping, caving, wildlife observation, surveillance - any time or place you think you re ready. Minimize
Product Review Summary
5 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jun 1, 2007
Last review = RUBBISH
Pros: Excellent Resolution, cheap for the performance, TV/VIDEO adaptable.
Cons: Fairly narrow illuminator
This is perfect for anyone looking for nightvsion. Maybe with the exception of someone needing 1X mag for head gear! Very high quality poece of kit! I loved it! Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 26, 2008
Pros: Fair Price..$399.00 Quality build,easy to operate,user friendly
Cons: Drains batteries fairly quickly!Buy batteries in bulk! Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 19, 2008
Compares reasonably to older 1st Generation NV.
Pros: Cheap, well made, easy to use and fun.
Cons: Can't really compete with a decent Gen2.
If you need serious night vision, avoid this. Great for kids and general use, but needs the illuminator to see if it's really dark Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 8, 2006
Alternative to Light Intensification
Pros: Fair to good black & white image, for the price.
Cons: Not stealthview as claimed.
NO IR lights are visible to the observed. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 31, 2007
Infrared vision device
Pros: Clear B&W image, long distance IR spotlight, uses AA batteries
Cons: Viewfinder way too bright, spotlight doesn't fill view, not really low light device
Good if you can use the built-in illuminator and can deal with the overly bright viewfinder. Read More at Epinions.com