First Look: X-Vision Optics Hands-Free Night Vision Binocular

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posted on September 30, 2021
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Designed with hunters in mind, the X-Vision Deluxe Digital Hands-Free Night Vision Binocular boasts durable construction and a rubber exterior, for extended use in the field. The binoculars transition from day to night modes automatically, so no hassle with a lens cap is required. And yes, night mode promises to capture objects and animals in total darkness, not just twilight.
Front and buttons view of binocular
The electronic viewfinder uses 2X digital zoom to offer 400 yards of daytime observation and 200 yards in total darkness. The device is equipped with three levels of screen brightness and four levels of Infrared (IR) brightness. The F1.4 aperture and IR LED enable you to record video and take pictures so you can show off any adventure to your friends and family.
Screen view of binocular
Dust and water resistant to a rating of IP52, these binoculars boast a lightweight design despite a battery life of 8 hours daytime, 5 hours nighttime, from a built-in lithium battery. 
Binocular on mannequin
Four buttons control operation. Images can be captured on the large viewing screen, while the focus wheel on the bottom of the night vision binoculars adjusts the view so you can manually focus on any animal or object around you. Additionally, the device is fully compatible with glasses, and comes with a padded neck strap, micro-USB cable and head-piece accessories. For more information, check out xvisionoptics.comMSRP: $349.99

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