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Bering Optics' D-760 6x83 Premium Night Vision Riflescope is a versatile and robust night vision riflescope that offers outstanding performance. It features a 3rd generation intensifier tube with an autogated power supply and a filmless microchannel plate, which increases signal-to-noise ratio and efficiency of the device. The autogating greatly improves sensitivity in low-light and varying lighting conditions, protects against bright light burnout, and extends life. The manual gain allows operators to have full control of the trade-off between amount of detail and image brightness. The tube is also enhanced with the white phosphor screen for those who prefer black and white images to green ones.
The optical system offers High-Definition (HD) multi-coated lenses that deliver improved detail, resolution, clarity, brightness and target detection and recognition ranges. The 165 mm f/2.0 objective lens offers a wide aperture for collecting more light at night and enhancing visibility. To enable operation in nearly-complete darkness, providing additional illumination for your targets, this night vision device offers a built-in infrared illuminator that produces 75mW of power and a focusable beam. For faster and more precise shooting, this night vision optic offers a red-green mil-dot reticle with adjustable brightness.
The polymer housing is lightweight, impact-resistant, waterproof, and nitrogen-purged to be fogproof. For attachment to your firearm, this device provides a Weaver-style mount. Also included is a carrying pouch with a strap, a protective lens cap, and two AA batteries.
Image Intensifier Features
64-72 lp/mm resolution
Manual gain control allows adjusting brightness or detail
Filmless microchannel plate improves signal-to-noise ratio
White phosphor technology generates black and white images