Firefield Nightfall 5x50 Digital Night Vision Monocular

Firefield Nightfall 5x50 Digital Night Vision Monocular

Firefield Nightfall 5x50 Digital Night Vision Monocular

B&H # FI5X50FFNDNV MFR # FF18063
Firefield Nightfall 5x50 Digital Night Vision Monocular

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Product Highlights

  • Digital Night Vision: Day or Night Use
  • PULSE IR Illuminator
  • CCD Image Sensor: 34 lp/mm
  • LCD Display: 510x492 Pixels
  • Green On-Off/Red IR-On Status Indicators
  • Multi-Coated Optics, 4º AFOV
  • Water-Resistant Housing/Rubber Armoring
  • Twist-Up Rubber Eyecup
  • 1/4" Tripod Socket
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  • 1Description

Explore the outdoors at night using the compact and water-resistant FireField Nightfall 5x50 Digital Night Vision Monocular. With a built-in infrared illuminator and a digital CCD sensor, you obtain detailed images during day or night, improved range, and adequate visibility in complete darkness. Compared to NVDs with intensifying tubes, the digital night vision sensor has nearly unlimited lifetime and unparalleled resistance to bright light. You don't have to worry about accidentally exposing it to daylight and burning it. The 5x objective lens offers a tradeoff between notable magnification, a 4º field of view, and a wider than average 50mm aperture for gathering infrared light.

For your convenience, the monocular features an ergonomic body that allows you to hold it with one hand and adjust its controls, while focusing with another. It has rubberized armoring in order to provide a non-slip grip. The on-off and infrared-on control buttons are within easy reach and allow for one-handed operation. The eyepiece has a diopter adjustment for fine-tuning image sharpness and an eyecup to allow you to get a comfortable fit between the eyepiece and the orbit of your eye. This helps to stabilize viewing and to prevent leakage of light from the LCD.

The housing is lightweight and water-resistant. For long-term observation, improved image stability, or multitasking, this monocular can also be mounted on a 1/4"-20 tripod via a built-in socket. Also included with the device are a lens cloth, carry case, lens cap, and a hand strap.

Night Vision Sensor, LCD, Use and Handling
  • CCD imaging sensor with resolution of 34 lp/mm
  • LCD display with resolution of 510x492 pixels
  • Green device status indicator
  • Red light IR-on status indicator
Built-in Infrared illuminator
  • LED type
  • PULSE illuminator consumes less energy
  • 810nm wavelength
Optical Performance
  • Multi-coated optics improve image detail and brightness
  • 5x magnification allows notable close-up
  • 50mm objective lens diameter gathers more IR
  • 4º angular field of view
Construction Details
  • Lightweight housing
  • Ergonomic shape and contouring allows for one-handed operation
  • Easy-to-reach menu buttons and controls allow easy handling
  • Rubberized covering provides a secure and comfortable grip
  • Twist-up eyecup prevents light leakage and provides comfort
  • Protective objective cap
  • 1/4"-20 socket for tripod
  • Water-resistant
In the Box
Firefield Nightfall 5x50 Digital Night Vision Monocular
  • Carrying Case
  • Hand Strap
  • Lens Cloth
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Image Sensor Type CCD
    Resolution 34 lp/mm
    Optics Multi-coated
    Magnification 5x
    Objective Lens Diameter 50mm
    Angular Field of View
    Diopter Adjustment +5 to -5
    Infrared Illuminator Built-in
    Type: PULSE 
    Wavelength: 810 nm
    LCD Display 510x492 pixels
    Weatherproofing Water-resistant, IPX4-rated
    Battery / Runtime 1 x CR-123A / IR on: 5 h, IR off: 9 h
    Dimensions 7.5 x 3.3 x 2.4" (190.5 x 84 x 61 mm)
    Weight 14.1 oz (400 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.9 x 4.7 x 3.1"
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