Night Owl Optics 5-Power Night Vision Monocular

Night Owl Optics 5-Power Night Vision Monocular

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Description & Features+

Night Owl’s extended-body 5-power night vision monocular delivers higher magnification for better image resolution and more accurate identification of distant targets. Employing the latest generation of optics design technology, the XM50 adds extra magnification without a lot of extra weight. And more importantly, this latest optical design does not sacrifice light amplification for added magnification the way older-technology generation-1 products do. Don’t make the mistake of buying a competitive high-mag device, only to be disappointed with a dark image. When buying high-magnification night vision, make sure you demand the very latest optics technology.

Magnification:   5x
    • Objective Optic Design: manual focus
    • Lens Diameter: 50 mm
    • Resolution: 35 lp/mm on center
    • Spectral Sensitivity: 400 nm to 900 nm
    • Diopter adjustment:  +4 to -4  
    • Minimum Focal Distance:  5.7’   (1.7m)
    • Angular Field of View:  12.5°  
    • Field of View at 200 ft. distance:    44 ft. wide (61m / 13.4m)
    • Dimensions: 7.45”L x 2.5”W x 4.25”H
    • Weight, without batteries: 14.0 oz.
    • Power Supply: requires (1) 3-volt Type-123 lithium battery (not   included)
    • Battery Life: 45 to 100 hours, depending on infrared usage
    • Infrared Illuminator, built-in


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1 year Warranty

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Ratings & Reviews+

Night Owl Optics 5-Power Night Vision Monocular is rated NaN out of 5 by 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sharp visual and very good for Gen. 1. Sharp visual and very good for Gen. 1. I'm ex-Army and found it to be as sharp as the night vision goggles I used then. Only drawback, field of view is very small.
Date published: 2011-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very impressed with a half moon, I could easily see 200 yards without IR. With no moon could see 50 yards without IR and about 100 yards with IR. In an open field at night, there is no way that anything bigger than a rabbit could cross undetected. I had no problem identifying animals with a half moon.
Date published: 2011-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lights up the night If your a first timer in night vision ,this is it Great product,price is right...opens up a new world after dark..
Date published: 2013-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exceeded my expectations On full to half moon nights I can see 300+yds without the illuminator across the fields , and 100-150 yds on moonless nights , once you get it focused it has a surprisingly clear view the only thing I would like to see changed is a stronger ir illuminator for when it's super dark , overall a great product though for the price
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product The Night Owl NexGen II 50mm monocular night vision device is an excellent value and works very well. I have used it on full to half moon with no IR and could see clearly up to 200 yards. In no moon and no background lights using the IR you can see cleary up to 75 to 100 yards. Battery life is commendable as I have used it for over a month at least an hour a night and haven't changed out the battery.
Date published: 2008-11-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Generation II This is my second night vision monocular by Night Owl. The first one (a much older version) quit working for some unknown reason, so I recommend the warranty. The image is much clearer than older versions by Night Owl (not as grainy) but please know that this IS NOT Gen II! In fact, when researching differences in night vision, Gen I night vision (which this is) is supposed to have at least 1000x light gain. This one touts 500x light gain... Once you get over the "gee whiz" factor, you will want more out of your device. Though for the money, it is fair. If I were to do it again I would buy a smaller magnification. Five times magnification is not that powerful for such a sacrifice in field of view. It's akin to looking through a tissue paper cardboard tube. Another thing to consider with ALL of these monoculars is that the infrared light can be seen with the naked eye by the subject (animal/person) when pointed directly at the subject. It looks like a small red 1" glowing dot -and you certainly need the infrared illuminator if you expect to see in the dark. With a higher generation night vision device you get many more times light gain and in many applications don't need IR. Just something to consider, though the infrared is not too terribly obvious, just noticeable. Hope this review helps.
Date published: 2012-06-15
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