Night Vision

Night Vision

Military-grade titanium body, mil-spec red luminous variable brightness reticle built to withstand recoil and shock.
Night Vision scopes and binoculars are devices that intensify (or amplify) existing light.
An illuminator can increase the light available by casting a beam of light that is not visible to the human eye.
Light enters the Night Vision product through an objective lens and strikes a photo cathode that has a high energy charge from the power supply. The energy charge accelerates across a vacuum inside the intensifier and strikes a phosphor screen (like a TV screen) where the image is focused. The eyepiece magnifies the image.
A Night Vision phosphor screen is purposefully colored green because the human eye can differentiate more shades of green than other phosphor colors.

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