New Night Vision Scope Clip-on With HD Audio & Video Recording


Digital FOV, LLC is proud to introduce Digital Crosshairs 1000R-V2. This is the latest night vision clip-on in the Digital Crosshairs 1000 product line. It now includes drone industry HD video and audio recording and playback technology.

This product captures a night vision hunting experience as a HD motion picture with sound. It captures video from your scope and sound onto a Micro SD Memory Card ( supporting up to 32GB) which can be played back on the attached targeting display or on any desktop or mobile device that can read a memory chip.

·* Video compression format: MJPEG
· *Resolution: VGA (640 * 480) / D1 (720 * 480) / HD (1280 * 720)
· * Record file format: AVI
· * Recording sound: ON/OFF selectable
· * Cycle recording time: 10min/20min/30min
· * Frame rate: 30 Frames

This product mounts on any scope in less than one minute without proprietary adapters. No need to re-zero the scope. The included IR illuminator and targeting display mounts using a standard picatinny rail scope adapter that is included in the kit. Just mount it, turn it on, and go hunt. No programming, aps to download or sighting-in required. Now your best Leupold, Vortex, Nikon, Burris, or Schmidt Bender can be used in total darkness at ranges beyond 200+ yards.

The Digital Crosshairs 1000 night vision clip-on product line has a modular design that allow for the integration of the “best available” night vision camera boards, lenses, IR illuminators, battery technology, and recording devices in the industry. “The philosophy at Digital FOV is to integrate the best technologies in the industry, not try to build them”, said Henry Johns, Chief Technology Innovator at Digital FOV, LLC. This design feature also enables Digital Crosshairs 1000s, that are purchased today to be upgraded by the company as the technology improves.

Digital FOV is a leader in the manufacture of affordable yet effective night vision clip-on devices that turn any standard day scope into a digital low light & night vision scope.
https://www.digitalcrosshairs.net
https://www.digitalcrosshairs.com

Media Contacts:
Henry Johns
Digital FOV, LLC
(404) 590-6513
https://www.digitalcrosshairs.net

How to compare digital night vision scopes

Raccoon night vision view with Digital Crosshairs

If you are thinking about getting a digital night vision scope to do some night hunting you may be wondering how to compare them.  Well there are some factual metrics you can use as a base line.

All digital night vision is built using a digital video camera board that is looking through optics and here is where you start your comparison.  Most vendors don’t tell you the specification of these components but that does not mean you can’t ask.

Digital video camera boards are rated in resolution and light sensitivity.  The resolution is described as the number of television lines of clearity (TVL) and the light sensitivity is rated in LUX.  The smaller the LUX rating the more sensitivity the camera board has to light, the better it can see with low levels of light.

The video camera boards used to build Digital Crosshairs 1000 has a very low LUX rating of .03 LUX.  The video camera board has a resolution of 1000 TVL.  The systems resolution is a combination of the video camera board and the quality of the lens it uses. Digital Crosshairs 1000 uses 3meg large format IR lenses that gather light with high levels of efficiency.

So the first questions you want to ask the manufacturer of a digital night vision scope is:

  1. What is the resolution of the video board camera that they are using?
  2.  What LUX level is the video board camera that they are using?
  3. How many megapix is the lens they are using?
  4. How powerful is the IR illuminator that comes with the scope?

This will not totally define the quality of the system you are evaluating but is comparable to asking a car dealer what kind of motor you get with the car.

All digital night vision systems have a video display.  Digital Crosshairs 1000 uses a large 4.3″ rail attached display that is 320X240 in resolution.  The digital night vision systems that are fabricated to look like a traditional scope with an eye piece to look into use a near-eye display, but it is still a display.  The resolution of a mobile night vision device is limited to reduce the battery drain.  Analog display of a lower resolution than digital displays consume less power so they last longer in the field.   Night vision resolution does not have the same visual perception as day vision.  Digital night vision is traditionally high contrast black and white images.

Clarity is going to be a function of the video camera board, scope optics, and the display.  The clarity at different magnifications and ranges will depend on if the solution is using a digital zoom or physical magnification from the glass optics.  Digital Crosshairs 1000 uses the physical magnification of the glass optics.  The better the optics you attach it to, the clearer your image.  Digital magnification is stretching a limited number of pixels until the image blurs.  Using a scope with an adjustable objective,  Digital Crosshairs 1000 will focus clearly at any magnification level on the scope.

The quality of a digital night vision device is the result of the quality of it’s components.  Lesson here or at least my advice, don’t judge a book by it’s cover.  Technology advances very rapidly so make sure you are not paying for 2016 technology in 2018.  Digital Crosshairs 1000 is built so that the night vision capture board can easily be upgraded as the technology advances.

There are a lot of good choices but if you are considering a clip-on that you can use with multiple scoped guns and crossbows please give  us a look.

Digital FOV, LLC

www.digitalcrosshairs.net of call 404-590-6513

Digital Crosshairs 1000 night vision clip-on

Night Vision: Can I Legally Hunt With It?

Is Night Vision Legal?

Generally, this is an easy question to answer. Night vision and thermal devices are legal to own in the United States. Through my research, I found out that only California has laws regarding illegal sniper scopes.

The California law states that it is illegal to possess any attachment, device, or similar contrivance designed for or adaptable to use on a firearm which, through the utilization of a projected infrared light source and electronic telescope, enables the operator thereof to visually determine and locate the presence of objects during the nighttime.

Other night vision devices are perfectly legal, though.

learn more at:  https://outdoorempire.com/legally-hunting-with-night-vision/

Digital Crosshairs 1000 is an affordable night vision clip-on that converts your scope into a digital night vision scope with Gen 2+ capabilities at a Gen 1 price.  See it at www.digitalcrosshairs.net

 

Night Vision Clip-on Simulation

Digital Crosshairs 1000 night vision clip-on is a real game changer.

Not since the invention of a rifle scope back around the 1940’s has anything been as exciting as the new Digital Crosshairs 1000 night vision clip-on.  A new approach to shooting that uses an LCD displays for targeting.  From iron sights to optical scopes and now a game like digital display interface makes shooting easier and provides the hunter with extended visibility in day light, at dusk and dawn, and even in total darkness.

Simply target by looking at the screen.  This makes day or night hunting with a scoped rifle, pistol, or crossbow as easy as playing a video game, but deadly.

Night Vision Clip-on - Digital Crosshairs
Night Vision Clip-on – Digital Crosshairs

 

The beauty of using a night vision clip-on is that it does not replace the optics on a rifle, it simply enhances it with visibility into low light and total darkness situations.  Gun owners can continue to use the optics that they have mounted and sighted in during the day and at night just clip-on this digital enhancement to continue hunting into the night with no re-sighting required.

The Digital Crosshairs 1000 product mounts on any scope in less than a minute.  It is easy to move from gun to gun so you are not limited to one gun dedicated to night vision, use any gun you want.  This is a key benefit to gun owners that have multiple scoped guns or crossbows.  No longer are they limited to only using one gun for night hunting.  They can now use anyone they want.

Best of all, at just $600 it is an affordable choice for any hog or coyote hunter that is interested in night hunting.  Compare its’ 150+ yards night vision range with Gen 2+ products that cost thousands more. Dedicated night vision devices using intensifier tube technology or thermal cost thousands of dollars when you get to this level of visibility clarity and distance.

Since Digital Crosshairs is an eye piece mounted clip-on that looks through the scope, the better your scope is the better performance you will get at night.  Mounted on a Barska 56mm scope, a test unit was seeing over 300 yards at night.

There are a lot of good digital night vision devices on the market today but this one’s key advantage is that it lets a hunter use any scoped gun at night without re-sighting.  It turns all your scopes into night vision scopes in minutes.

Learn more at:  www.digitalcrosshairs.net

or call 404-590-6513

 

 

Review of Budget Friendly Night Vision Scopes

Night vision view of hog at 150 yards using Digital Crosshairs NV clip-on
Night vision view using Digital Crosshairs night vision clip-on

If you are interested in night vision hunting scopes today is a great time to get one.  The technology is getting better and as you would expect. The really exciting thing is how some low cost digital scopes are just as good as much more expensive, older industry standard Gen 2+ intensifier tube technology.

Picking the right product for your needs and budget can be a challenge. There are enough people “proclaimed experts” out there with opinions on which scopes are the best and what technologies are better than others to keep the average newbie very confused.  If you take anything from this article let it be this, with today’s NV technology you do not have to spend thousands of dollars to enjoy night vision hunting.  Much of the new digital technology is just as good as Gen 2 and a lot more affordable.  Don’t think the more you pay the better quality you will always get, not true in today’s dynamic world of IR illuminators and CMOS chip based night vision technologies. If it is IR night vision, get a good IR illuminator and watch the night light up!

Would you buy a race car to drive to work?  Most hunter are shooting less than 100 yards at night and most of the night vision devices in this article can see farther than that, except maybe the Yukan which is just Gen 1, stay away from anything Gen 1.

What is your typical night hunt going to be like.  Are you shooting 150 yards or less from a stand to a baited feeder?  Are  you shooting 300 yards from the road into a field?  Are you walk and stalk night hunting?  Are  you hunting in rain, snow, or humid conditions?  Are you hunting in wooded conditions or open fields?

As an example of how functional specification don’t alway tell the whole story, if your location has a lot of rain and fog during hunting season,  a $10,000 thermal scope that sees 800 yards is your worst choice. Even if dollars are not an issue, thermal can not see through humid conditions or glass for that matter.  If you are hunting in heavily wooded areas or tall brush, all IR night vision scopes will pickup and be blinded by the reflection off leaves and branches in your field of view.

Night vision devices fall into three technology categories; intensifier tubes, thermal, and digital.   Those technologies are either implemented as a stand-a-lone scope or as what is generally called a clip-on.  Clip-ons enable hunters to attach a device to an existing scope to enhance it with night vision.

The key benefits of a clip-on are:

  • Use multiple guns without re-sighting (hogs with .308, coyote with .223)
  • Day scope is still functional if night vision device fails
  • Use quality day scope in daylight, clip-on night vision in evening
  • Digital Crosshairs clip-on’s ocular mount takes advantage of scope’s quality optics if you have a good scope

 

Affordable Night Vision Scope Clip-on

Digital Crosshairs 1000 http://www.digitalcrosshairs.net

Night Vision Clip-on - Digital Crosshairs
Digital Crosshairs 1000 night vision clip-on mounted on Savage 223

Key Features

Core Technology = Digital Night Vision

  • Silent operation
  • Picatinny Rail attachable digital LCD display system for scope.
  • Auto focus at your scope’s fixed magnification (focus all magnifications of variable magnification scopes with adjustable objective)
  • Mini DVR recorder & Playback on screen (optional)
  • High Definition 1000 TVL CMOS IR board technology
  • Minimum Illumination 0 LUX
  • F1.2 lens for maximum light capture
  • Total darkness IR system activates at 1 LUX
  • High power zoomable long range 850nm IR illumination
  • Color output (not always true colors, Black & White IR night vision output)
  • Powered by 12 volt polymer lithium-ion rechargeable battery.
  • Weight of Digital Crosshairs = 22.5 oz
  • Weight of Illuminator = 7.5 oz

 

Digital Crosshairs 1000 Reviews:  https://goo.gl/qg8RNe

Digital Crosshairs 1000 Night Vision Clip On
AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME!!
5 out of 5 by Joshua C. (1/12/2016 5:49:31 AM)
IP: 71.88.224.196

The DC-1000 is everything it claims to be and more! I can see clearly at 230 plus yards in the dead of night! This will definitely help you get the animal your hunting when there is no sunlight. I would also recommend you to buy the DVR as well, it’s so much fun to re-watch your hunt and a great way to save your memories. The products are A+++++++ but what’s even better is the customer service! Theses guys go above and waaaaaaaaaaaay beyond just answering questions and/or making sure your products get to you quickly. The customer service dept. are super knowledgeable and easy to talk to! I will definitely and have been telling my hunting buddies about this product. I am going email Digital Crosshairs some of my hunting video’s so they can post video’s of my hunt on their website! I love the product and customer service! Thanks again for an affordable night vision product, J.C.

NiteSite Wolf

Key Features

Technology = Digital Night Vision

  • Infrared Night Vision
  • Identification range 330 yards
  • Operational run time up to 7.5 hours
  • Net weight (excluding battery) 16 ounces
  • Water resistant

Reviews

Cost – especially with DIY systems becoming increasingly popular – http://www.airriflereviews.co.uk/accessories/optics/night-vision/nitesite-wolf

 

Affordable Dedicated Night Vision Scopes

If you are looking for a dedicated night vision scope for under $1,000 here are a few to consider.  You will want to read the reviews to see what real users have to say.  No product is perfect so we hope this helps you make the best choice if you don’t choose us.

ATN X-Sight-II 5-20x Smart Day/Night w/HD Video Wi-Fi GPS

Key Features

Core Technology = Digital Night Vision

  • Green night view, black and white night, and color day view
  • Displays in-view menu, functions
  • Obsidian Shooting Solution: wind/ballistic data and calculators
  • Recoil Activated Video (RAV) automatically records your shots
  • Profile Manager saves your personalized ballistic data
  • Smart Rangefinder automatically calculates a point of impact
  • Smart HD Channel allow for easy recording and sharing of videos
  • Smooth Zoom provides contentious zooming
  • Bluetooth and Wi-Fi allow sharing and simultaneous viewing on smart devices
  • Compatible with iOS and Android operating systems
  • Green night view, black and white night, and color day view
  • Displays in-view menu, functions
  • Obsidian Shooting Solution: wind/ballistic data and calculators
  • Recoil Activated Video (RAV) automatically records your shots
  • Profile Manager saves your personalized ballistic data
  • Smart Rangefinder automatically calculates a point of impact
  • Smart HD Channel allow for easy recording and sharing of videos
  • Smooth Zoom provides contentious zooming

Reviews

Not great illuminator light – https://www.amazon.com/forum/-/Tx10WW3G6TK3WYU/ref=ask_dp_dpmw_al_hza?asin=B01BYDUZ60

 

Reviews:

Gear Review: ATN X-Sight Digital Day/Night Optic   http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2015/08/jeremy-s/gear-review-atn-x-sight-digital-daynight-optic/

Videos:

Using T67 IR Illuminator really helps        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEw_gNvShfE

 

 

 

Armasight Vampire 3X Night Vision Rifle Scope

Key Features

Technology =  proprietary Ceramic Optical Ruggedized Engine image intensifier tube

  • CORE technology 60-70 lp/mm
  • Detachable long-range infrared illuminator included
  • Illuminated reticle with brightness adjustment
  • Water and fog resistant design
  • Mounts to standard weaver rail

Reviews

Rated for use on a .308, but makes the lens drop out – https://www.amazon.com/forum/-/Tx3OJFONPSOL4IJ/ref=ask_dp_dpmw_al_hza?asin=B00IBIO9VE

 

 

Yukon Advanced Optics – YK26013WL – Yukon Varmint Hunter 2.5×50 Rifle Scope

Key Features

Technology = Gen 1 Intensifier tube

  • Rugged titanium housing
  • +/- 4 Dioptric correction
  • Powered by 2 “AA” batteries
  • 30 lp/mm resolution specified
  • Comfortable, oblique shaped eye cup
  • Mil-Dot type luminous reticle with on/off switch
  • Precision internal windage and elevation adjustment
  • 50 Hours of battery life from two “AA” batteries

Reviews

 

Small reticle – https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/425544-REG/Yukon_Advanced_Optics_YK26013WL_2_5x50_Titanium_Varmint_Hunter.html

 

 

Sightmark Photon 6.5x50L Digital Night Vision Riflescope

Key Features

Technology = Digital

  • Day and night Use
  • Digital reticle with option of 6 reticle styles
  • High 6.5x magnification for extended viewing range
  • High resolution display
  • Built-in 780nm laser IR illuminator

Reviews

It will “blink” on high recoil rifles (you won’t see your shot) – https://www.amazon.com/forum/-/Tx1Y6OY9EFQOK16/ref=ask_dp_dpmw_al_hza?asin=B00JAE0UCA

Extremely poor range, even with aftermarket IR illuminator. (actual operative range is less than 150 yards) – https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R20S1JHMBJ5I7F/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00JAE0UCA

Night Vision Hog Hunting and Small Town Economies

Night vision hog hunting using Digital Crosshairs night vision clip-on
Night vision hunt using Digital Crosshairs night vision clip-on

Night Vision Hog Hunting and Small Town Economies

Hunting season has always brought the weekend hunter’s dollars into rural areas for a welcome influx of revenue.  Everyone is happy in the fall to see the camo wearing hunter who spend hundreds if not thousands with hunting guides, hotels, restaurants, meat processors, ice, taxidermy, gas, and even at convenience stores on beer and potato chips.  Yes, hunting season is an important seasonal revenue generator for rural communities.

Historically it was primarily deer, turkey, and small game seasons but now the wild hog population is turning hunting into a year round revenue opportunity in many areas.  In states like Georgia, Florida, and Texas where wild hogs are a serious problem, hog hunting season is a year round, day and night opportunity for everyone in the industry.

In the small South Georgia town of Alapaha, Owen Farm Hunting Preserve was just doing day hunts during traditional hunting seasons with a little hog hunting after deer season ended.  Hogs are mostly nocturnal so this was pretty limited to early evenings and morning hunts.  This fall they purchased two low cost night vision clip-ons called Digital Crosshairs 1000, which for $600 each allowed them to have two hunters in the field at night hunting hogs at premium price.  This was revenue on the table just waiting to be claimed.  Now they have wild hog night vision hunts booked for months in advance.  Not only does this bring in revenue for Owen Farm Hunting Preserve, but the meat processor, a local farm house that is rented to hunters for boarding, and the local stores are all gaining.  Most of the extra dollars they make are being circulated several times in the local community before leaving adding to the health of the town.

The wild hog problem combined with lower cost night vision equipment has opened doors for rural areas to capitalize.  The new affordable night vision hunting equipment enables outfitters on a low budget to now enter the game without risking thousands of dollar on expensive night vision gear.  Before it cost $3000 to $4000+ for good night vision gear and if it had to go in for repair the outfitter had to bear the lost revenue from canceled hunts.  Now with products like Digital Crosshairs 1000, low budget outfitters can compete with the big guys.  Only in America!

For the rural community it is not just the outfitter that benefits.  Every hog that is killed for meat has to be butchered and processed.  Rural area meat processors are also making year round income whereas before the popularity of hog hunting, most of their revenue came from a very short deer and turkey season.  It may seem small but meat has to be packed in ice and trucks run on gas, sales of which are another hog hunting related influx of revenue to small towns.  It all adds up.

Many of the dollars earned in rural areas are spent several times in rural areas before they leave.  The outfitter who earns dollars from hunters is spending it on gas, housing, food, entertainment, church donations, child care, car repairs, and other things at businesses in their communities.

Yes, wild hogs are a true problem for the ecology and farmers.  Truth be told, they also are an income opportunity for many workers in rural areas where there are not many other income opportunities.

By Henry Johns

Night Vision Marketing Division

Digital FOV, LLC

Phone 404-590-6513

Web: www.digitalcrosshairs.net

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/digitalcrosshairs

 

Digital Crosshairs 1000 – Why not at Bass Pro Shops

Hog hunt in Washington County Ga. with Grunter Hunters

We get asked often why Digital Crosshairs 1000 is not sold at Bass Pro Shops, Cabelas, or other big box retailers.  Here’s the reason.

If we sold at big box retailers they would want a 40% or greater discount from us which would result in a higher cost to you.

Digital Crosshairs 1000 night vision clip-on mounted on Nikon P223 3-9x40 scope
Digital Crosshairs 1000 night vision clip-on mounted on Nikon P223 3-9×40 scope

Ever wonder why these stores have such a liberal return policy?  When you return something they just send it back to the manufacturer and don’t pay for it.  It mean nothing to the retailers bottom line but for a small manufacturer it really hurts.  We all know people who buy from Walmart, use it for a while and then take it back.  We have a return policy that let’s you try our product on your scope to see how it works, but this is just for a limited period of time after you receive it.

Those “Black Friday” sales you love are not just supported by the store, the manufacturer has to chip in also.  We rather give you a fair price all year than boost our price so we can reduce it seasonally.  These sales are often only possible because of very low cost offshore manufacturing.

Speaking of being a small U.S.A. based manufacturer, most of these big retailer want their suppliers to lower the cost/price as low as possible which means manufacturing offshore, probably China.  Digital Crosshairs is made by Digital FOV, LLC which is a U.S.A. based company and we plan to stay that way as long as possible.  As long as we don’t have to give half our profit to Walmart or another retailer, we can stay U.S.A. based.

So if you don’t see us at Bass Pro Shops, Cabelas, The Night Vision Guys, or Optics Planet this is why.  We are small and trying to give you the best price and service on a quality product.

Digital FOV, LLC is a small company in Stone Mountain, Georgia and we are alright with that.  Call us up  and say hello or ask about our night vision products.  Guarantee you will speak to a real person every time.

 

New Digital Crosshairs 1000R Night Vision Clip-on with built in DVR

Digital FOV, LLC just release a new version of Digital Crosshairs 1000 IR night vision clip-on that includes a built in DVR recorder that also plays back right on the rail mounted display.  It is the only night vision clip-on that lets you take the night vision shot and then play it back right on the rail mounted display.

Priced at just $750 but compare to units that cost thousands more.

www.digitalcrosshairs.net or call 404-590-6513

Digital Crosshairs 1000R

Digital Crosshairs 1000 DVRPro

Learn more at www.digitalcrosshairs.net or call 404-590-5613

microphone for recording sound

This system has a built-in microphone for recording the sound of your hunt as well as video. Now your friends can see and hear the shot.

Night Vision Hogs at 150 yrds using Digital Crosshairs 1000

Digital Crosshairs 1000 IR night vision IR clip-on uses the latest high definition IR night vision digital technology to give you results like this for only $600.

Night Vision - Digital Crosshairs 1000 on Savage
Night Vision Digital Crosshairs 1000 on Savage

It clips on to any scope and turns it into a night vision scope with visibility often beyond 150 yrd.

Un-like mid-range and lower cost expensive thermal, you can clearly identify game.  Unlike Gen 2+ use it in the daylight too. Digital is the future!

Learn more about Digital Crosshairs 1000 at www.digitalcrosshairs.net or call 404-590-6513.

This video was shot using Digital Crosshairs 1000 at Owens Farm Hunting Preserve in South Georgia.

 

FAQ Digital Crosshairs 1000 Night Vision

FAQ

Recently we got some good questions from a prospective customer in South Carolina regarding Digital Crosshairs 1000 night vision clip-on that we felt are worth sharing.

  1. Will it work on my Nikon Buckmaster 2 scope that is 4x12x40 for all the zoom ranges?

Answer:  1

I should work fine with your Buckmaster.   It will work on the low magnification of 4 – 5.  It may work with the higher magnifications but it probably will not.  On some scopes brands it does, some it does not

It will adjust for all magnifications on scopes that have AO (adjustable objective).

When using night vision on your scope, un-like in the day light when you can scan with your eyes and then target in with the scope, the only thing you are going to see is your scope’s field of view at night.  The higher the magnification, the narrower your field of view.  You will probably want to use the lowest magnification to get the widest field of view.

  1. We are concerned that the LCD screen will light us our faces and make then visible to deer when we are in our stands. Is this a problem? Can the screen be located below the gun to hide the light from view better? Is the cable long enough to move it down below gun while siting in a tower stand?

Answer : 2

The screen is easily adjustable for brightness and contract, you can dim it.  We also ship a red screen protector with your kit which some hunter like to use to turn the glow from white light to red light.   Also, your face will be about an arm’s length from the display when mounted on your gun.

The screen is held in our proprietary mount by a thumb screw that you can loosen to detach the screen.  It has 16” of cable in the wiring/battery pouch designed to allow you to locate the screen away from your gun.  We can also sell you an extension or you can purchase a standard 4 pole extension cable.

  1. How long does the battery last? How long to recharge battery?

Anwer: 3

The battery will last about 6 hours on a full charge.  It takes 5 to 6 hours to charge.  The battery is removable so you can purchase spare batteries from us for just $40.  It is a re-chargeable lithium battery and we provide a charger for it.

The illuminator runs on one 18650 lithium battery.  We provide two with the kit and the charger.  These batteries will run about two hours.   You can purchase them on the internet for $3 to $20 each.  The better ones will run up to 5 hour on a charge I am told by some customers.  You can also add a pressure switch to your illuminator so it is not on all the time.   Another note from experience, if it is below 40 degrees out, keep your batteries in your pocket to stay warm.  I was in a stand one night for hours and it was 28 degrees out with my batteries on the floor.  Guess what happened, they all went dead.

  1. Can we get an extended warranty past 1 year?

I can give you an extended 2 year warranty on the illuminator, LCD,  camera clip-on and wiring harness.  We do not give a warranty on the batteries because people can miss-manage them.  The LCD, like your phone, is not warrantied for water damage or abuse.    A replacement battery is $40 and a replacement screen is $50 for customers.  Our goal is not to make money on repairs, it is to keep you in the woods hunting!

 

  1. Can we get a discount for buying say 4 or 5 at once?

Answer: 5

Yes.  $550 each

 

  1. How long does it take to mount the system on a rifle? We are thinking about taking it with us and mounting it in the field as it gets dark.

Answer: 6

Once you attach the picatinny rail adapter to your scope, it takes less than 60 seconds,  really.

What I would do is mount the battery pouch to the scope or stock of your gun ahead of time.  This attaches with Velcro and that sound you may not want to chance deer hearing.

When it gets dark, attach the clip-on to the eye piece and mount the screen and illuminator, then just plug them in.

7.  Can you get extra batteries

Yes, the battery just slips into the power pouch.  You can disconnect it and replace it with a fresh battery at any time.

8.  Can I use this system during the day?

Yes this system can be used day or night.  It switches to night vision automatically and sun light does not bother it at all.  The night vision is black and white.  Day vision with the DC1000 works well however the colors are not realistic.  With our Sony based system you get excelent color during the day and black and white night vision.

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