Bushnell 3x30 Equinox Z Night Digital Vision Monocular

Bushnell 3x30 Equinox Z Night Digital Vision Monocular

Bushnell 3x30 Equinox Z Night Digital Vision Monocular

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Bushnell 3x30 Equinox Z Night Digital Vision Monocular

Bushnell 3x30 Equinox Z Night Digital Vision Monocular

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Product Highlights

  • 3x Optical Magnification
  • 3.3 to 9x Digital Zoom Range
  • 30mm Diameter Objective Lens
  • Fully Multicoated Optics
  • 500' Night Vision Range
  • Digital Night Vision with IR Illuminator
  • Video-Out at 640x480 Resolution
  • IPX4 rated, Water-Resistant
  • Side Rail for Accessories
  • 1/4"-20 Tripod Mount
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  • 1Description

The 3x30 Equinox Z Night Digital Vision Monocular from Bushnell uses an infrared-sensitive CMOS sensor and a micro LCD screen, instead of a conventional intensifier tube, for its night vision capabilities. A built-in IR illuminator provides an effective night vision range of up to 500'. A side rail enables accessories, like another illuminator, to be attached directly to the monocular. The screen displays color images during the day, and black and white when the night vision is on for great clarity and contrast. Enhancing the optical 3x magnification is a digital zoom to provide up to 9x magnification. An RCA video-out port allows an external monitor or recording device to be attached to view and/or record the live feed.

Optical Performance
  • 3x optical magnification
  • Digital zoom from 3.3 to 9x
  • 30mm objective lens
  • Fully multicoated optics increase light transmission and decrease glare
  • 30' field of view at 1000 yards
Digital Night Vision
  • Infrared sensitive CMOS sensor
  • Built-in IR illuminator with adjustable intensity
  • Maximum viewing range of 500' with illuminator on maximum
  • Digital image displayed on a micro LCD screen
  • Display shows color images during day, and switches to B/W at night for greater contrast
  • Three adjustable image brightness levels accommodates different lighting conditions
Use and Handling
  • Auto-off after 10 minutes if no buttons have been pressed
  • Display icons to show digital zoom, IR setting, battery level, and image brightness setting
  • IPX4 rated, water resistant
  • Built-in side Picatinny rail to attach accessories like IR illuminators
  • 1/4"-20 tripod mount
  • RCA video-out port: 640x480 resolution, NTSC/PAL
UPC: 029757601308
In the Box
Bushnell 3x30 Equinox Z Night Digital Vision Monocular
  • 2 x Lens Caps
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited One-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Magnification 3x
    Objective Lens 30mm
    Zoom 3.3 - 9x, digital zoom
    Prism Roof
    Angle/Field of View 30' @ 1000 yd (10 m @ 1000 m)
    Maximum Distance 500' (152 m)
    Eye Relief 10 mm
    Infrared Illuminator Yes
    Battery / Runtime 4 x AA / Not specified by manufacturer
    Compatible with lithium, alkaline or NiMh batteries
    Video Signal type: NTSC or PAL
    Resolution: 640 x 480
    RCA video-out port
    Weatherproofing IPX4 rated, water resistant
    Tripod Adaptable Yes
    Temperature Ranges 14 to 113°F (-10 to 45°C)
    Dimensions 7.9 x 4.1 x 2.3" (20.0 x 10.5 x 5.8 cm)
    Weight 15 oz (425 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.5 x 4.7 x 2.9"
    3x30 Equinox Z Night Digital Vision Monocular is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from One BIG downside I purchased this night vision monocular to hunt wild hogs at night. First off, it does work. With very little available light, you can see in a "spot" at a pretty good distance (75 yards or so) - the downside is the viewfinder is so bright, that once your eye adjusts to the very bright viewfinder, it completely blows out your "natural night vision" for a minute or so until your eye adjusts back. So using a scope to shoot after looking through this is impossible. Of course you can always use one eye for the night vision monocular, and the other eye for the scope, but the whole sensation of looking through this, then moving it and not being able to see out of that eye was a big downside to me.
    Date published: 2018-02-26
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