intensification is the most popular technology for
Night Vision today. Devices based on image intensifiers
include night vision goggles, pocketscopes and night
vision modules for photography and videography. At
the heart of these devices is an image intensifier
that amplifies the available light resulting in bright
green images of low-light scenes.
Nikon and Canon dSLR cameras into night vision
photography systems with AstroScope 9350NIK and
AstroScope 9350EOS. Capture high resolution images
at night and in low-light situations otherwise
too dark for unintensified digital cameras. Light
amplification is equivalent to an 8-10 F-stop
improvement so that moonlit or starlit scenes
are transformed into bright images. Now available
for full-format digital cameras and with variable
for use with high performance ENG Electronic
News Gathering Cameras having 1/2" or 2/3" bayonet
mounts. These AstroScope night vision modules
deliver very high quality night-time video images
for professional broadcasters. Mounted between
the camera and the lens, the AstroScope module
amplifies low-light scenes so they are easily
viewed and recorded by the host camera. Also
available for Sony 1/2" bayonet-mount cameras.
for Portable HD Camcorders
dark scenes (below 10-4 lux)
into bright, high resolution imagery. These AstroScope
Camcorder assemblies are specifically designed
for many portable fixed lens camcorders to produce
high-quality video under very demanding conditions.
Additionally, Electrophysics now offers the world's
first HD night vision camera systems. Specifically
designed for popular Sony®, Panasonic®, Canon®
and JVC® high-definition prosumer camcorder models,
they produce high-quality, high resolution night-time
for CCD Cameras
for night-time or low-light video recording.
Creates a compact, powerful system that adds
night vision capabilities to most CCTV cameras.
Requires little set up and no calibration or
specialized training. Installs in three easy
steps, and allows the user to retain full control
of the lens iris and zoom.
8000 Night Vision Pocketscope
for versatile night-time field observation and
video recording, this pocketscope is similar
to US military PVS-14, differing because of its
versatile C-mount for variety of lenses and because
of its rugged alloy housing. The scope quickly
transforms from a monocular device to a camera/camcorder
attachment for night vision video collection.
9350 Night Vision Pocketscope
night vision pocketscope retains the same modular
design inherent in many other AstroScope configurations
permitting the use of the central intensification
unit (CIU) to be moved to multiple imaging platforms.
Field expedient, switching from a night vision
photography platform to a pocketscope configuration
(and vice-versa) is as quick and easy as changing
Night Vision Goggles
US military issue, this single-tube night vision
goggle is designed for use in starlight conditions
permitting hands free operation. Powered by two
AA batteries, the AN/PVS-7 has a quick release
feature making it quick and easy to put on and
take off. A neck strap safely holds them when
not in use, and a bright-light limitation and
cut-off prevent the user from being blinded by
headlights or other visible light sources.