The new Levenhuk Atom Digital Night Vision Binoculars are an NVD with a digital converter that can eliminate glare and are designed for both night and day use. The binoculars are offered in two versions: DNB100 (no battery provided) and DNB200 (with rechargeable batteries). They can be mounted on tripods with a standard 1/4″ thread.
With the built-in recorder, these devices allow for the ability to view with both eyes and take photos and record video. The new NVD’s have been updated from the previous Levenhuk version to allow for daytime observation with a unique design feature – a flip-down screen that enables the ability to take videos and comfortably view the footage on the screen.
The eyepiece lenses of the binoculars are convex, enabling the magnification of the image on the built-in display. Thanks to this feature, objects can be viewed in the smallest detail. The optical elements are made of optical glass, the body is made from high-strength damage-resistant ABS-plastic.
In the daytime and at dusk, the detection range is unlimited, and in complete darkness it is 250–300m (820–1000ft). The IR illumination, which provides visibility in the dark, is powered by standard batteries and has 7 levels of brightness. The night mode has an operating time of up to 6 hours and the auto-off function saves power, which is essential in the field.
The built-in video recorder of the Levenhuk Atom Digital Night Vision Binoculars provides the ability to capture moments, producing photos and videos in high quality. The maximum photo resolution is 10M (4032x2520pix) and videos are recorded with sound in Full HD. The binoculars store footage on a memory card, and the binoculars support high-capacity cards – up to 128GB. You can transfer files to your PC by connecting the device via a USB port. It can be mounted on tripods with the standard 1/4″ thread.
The Levenhuk Atom Digital Night Vision Binoculars specifications include
– Package size (LxWxH) in cm: 22.5×15.5×7
– Shipping Weight: 0.72 kg
– X Magnification:1–5 (digital), 4 (optical)
– Objective lens diameter (aperture): 24 mm
– Aperture: f/1.2
– Angular field of view: 10
– Close focus: 5m
Detection range: 250 – 300m
– Image intensifier: Digital
– CCD, CCIR matrix: CCD
– Display resolution: 320x240pixels
– Display 2.7″ (with convex lens)
– Built-in recorder: Yes
– Video format: AVI
– Video resolution, pixels: 1280×720 at 30fps, 1920×1080 (Full HD) at 30fps
– Image format: JPG
– Image resolution in megapixels: 10 (4032×2520), 3 (2560×1440), 5 (3200×1800), 8 (3800×2160), VGA (640×480)
– Memory: MicroSD up to 128GB, Сlass 10
– IR illuminator: Yes
– Wavelength: 850nm
– Power supply: DNB100 (6 AA batteries not included); DNB200 (rechargeable batteries included)
– Optics material: Optical glass
– Body: High-strength ABS plastic
– Operating temperature range: -20°C to +60°C
– Mount: Standard 1/4″ tripod thread
– Additional: 7 IR illumination brightness levels, auto-off function of the display and the device, convex lens
You can learn more about the Levenhuk Atom Digital Night Vision Binoculars here.
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