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Sightmark Eclipse 4x50 Night Vision Monocular

Sightmark Eclipse 4x50 Night Vision Monocular

Sightmark Eclipse 4x50 Night Vision Monocular

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Sightmark Eclipse 4x50 Night Vision Monocular

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Product Highlights

  • Magnification - 4x
  • Objective Diameter - 50mm
  • Integrated IR Illuminator
  • IR On/Off Button
  • Internal Diopter Adjustment - ±5
  • 1/4" Tripod Mount
  • Battery Life - Up to 72hrs
  • Durable Rubber Body
  • Lens Covers/Carry Case/Cleaning Cloth
  • Lightweight - 14.1oz
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The Eclipse 4x50 Night Vision Monocular from Sightmark is a multifunction optic device inspired by military and law enforcement applications, and is ideally suited for observing mobile targets at varying distances.

A magnification of 4x and a 50mm diameter objective lens integrated into a 1st generation intensifier tube, offer a 23° angular field-of-view at a maximum viewing distance of 328yd (300m). An integrated IR illuminator discreetly illuminates your target up to a distance of 100yd in low light conditions and can be easily switched on and off via a button. You can use Eclipse 4x50 Night Vision Monocular for extended durations owing to its advanced internal circuitry that enhances the battery life up to 72hrs.

A diopter adjustment feature is also integrated into the monocular and provides adjustments up to ±5. You can easily mount the monocular onto a tripod via an integrated 1/4"-20 tripod adaptor. With a durable rubber body, the Eclipse 4x50 Night Vision Monocular sustains rough usage.

You are provided with lens covers, a carry case, and a cleaning cloth along with the monocular. The Eclipse 4x50 Night Vision Monocular provides augmented portability owing to its compact size (7.6 x 3.4 x 2.4") and lightweight (14.1oz) design.

Multifunction optic device inspired by military and law enforcement applications
Ideally suited for observing mobile targets at varying distances
Integrates a magnification of 4x and a 50mm diameter objective lens into a generation 1 intensifier tube
Offers a 23° angular field-of-view at a maximum viewing distance of 328yd
Illuminates your target up to a distance of 100yd in low light conditions via an integrated IR illuminator
IR illuminator can be switched on or off via an IR on/off button
Can be used for extended durations owing to its advanced internal circuitry that enhances the battery life up to 72hrs
Integrates a diopter adjustment feature that provides adjustment up to ±5
Allows tripod mounting via an integrated 1/4"-20 tripod adaptor
Sustains rough usage owing to a durable rubber body
Includes lens covers, a carry case, and a cleaning cloth
Provides augmented portability owing to its compact size (7.6 x 3.4 x 2.4") and lightweight (14.1oz) design
UPC: 810119012586
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Sightmark Eclipse 4x50 Night Vision Monocular
  • 2 x Lens Covers
  • Carry Case
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Specifications
    Generation 1st Generation Intensifier Tube
    Magnification 4x
    Objective Lens Diameter 50mm
    Angular Field of View (AFOV) 23°
    Maximum Viewing Range 328yd (300m)
    Resolution 36mm (Typical)
    Focus Range 5yd to Infinity
    Adjustable Diopter ±5
    IR Illuminator Effective Distance - 100yd (91.44m)
    Power Supply 2 AAA Batteries
    Estimated Battery Life Up to 72hrs (Without IR) / 20hrs (With IR)
    Operating Temperature -13°F to +104°F (-25°C to +40°C)
    Tripod Mount 1/4"-20
    Dimensions 7.6 x 3.4 x 2.4" (19.1 x 8.6 x 6.0 cm)
    Weight 14.1 oz (399 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.37 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.5 x 4.7 x 3.1"

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