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Bering Optics' D-950 1x52 Elite Night Vision Riflescope Clip-On is a versatile and robust enhancement for a day riflescope. It features a 3rd generation filmless autogated intensifier tube with a resolution of 64-72 lp/mm, and a manual gain. The filmless microchannel plate generates less noise and offers greater sensitivity and higher gain. The gain control of this tube type is a manual one, which allows operators to have full control of the trade-off between amount of detail and image brightness.
The optical system offers High-Definition (HD) multi-coated lenses that deliver improved detail, resolution, and image clarity and brightness. The 78mm, f/1.5 objective lens offers a wide enough aperture for collecting light at night and enhancing visibility. To enable operation in neraly complete darkness, providing additional illumination for your targets, this night vision device can be used with an optional infrared illuminator.
The polymer housing is lightweight, impact-resistant, waterproof, fogproof, and dust-resistant. To provide a solid attachment to your day riflescope's objective, this NVD offers a built-in mount with polymer inserts. As an alternative attachment to your firearm, or for connecting accessories, this device has a built-in Weaver-style rail. Also included is a carrying pouch with a strap, a protective lens cap, and one CR-123 battery.
Image Intensifier Features
64 lp/mm resolution
Manual gain control allows adjusting brightness or detail
Autogating allows operation in varying light conditions and extends the tube's life
Filmless microchannel plate improves a signal-to-noise ratio
52mm objective diameter
High-Definition (HD) optical glass offers greater image detail and clarity
Multiple anti-reflection coatings improve transmission and resolution